Having played some minutes for Entente Orleans of the Euroleague and showing well in last years U18 European Championships, LeBrun has spent most of the season playing in the French Espoirs. A solid athlete with a 68 wingspan and a developing frame, he was very deferential throughout the Hoop Summit practices, though his pass first approach did earn him four assists during the game.
Looking more comfortable playing a complementary role in this setting, LeBrun did a nice job defensively and made some smart plays on the offensive end, but seemed to struggle with his confidence from the perimeter and just wasnt looking to score. He looked capable of slashing to the basket when he put the ball on the floor, but had a hard time getting his shot to fall, looking a bit erratic with his follow through from beyond the arc. He flashed some athleticism finishing at the rim, and isnt the type of player that is looking to stand out in an All-Star setting. Moving forward, LeBrun could develop into a quality complementary player, especially if he is able to shore up his jumper and receive consistent minutes in Pro A France.