Taylor is a lightning quick guard whose game is probably more suited to the 2 guard position than the point right now. He has the ability to get into the lane at will, and has a decent shot from outside, but tends to force things too much, including a lot of bad shots. His erratic shot selection is highlighted by his 38% field goal percentage. Taylor does get to the free throw line 4 times a game, and shoots 83% once he gets there. Kammron is a junior this season, and has to make some major adjustments to the way he plays if he would like to be drafted.
In the NCAA tournament, Kammron Taylor
can help Wisconsin greatly if he plays under control. He has a high energy style of play that teammates can feed off of if hes sharing the ball, but it also alienates teammates if Taylor takes bad shots in the process. Taylor will have to display some point guard skills if NBA scouts are going to take notice of him. A good start would be improving his .88 assist to turnover ratio. If Kammron Taylor
can play more like a true point guard in the NCAA tournament, it will greatly improve both his draft potential and his teams chances of winning.