DraftExpress NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Marshall Plumlee, Stats, Comparisons, and Outlook
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DraftExpress: Watching the #jbclassic regional game. A couple of interesting guys here like Marshall Plumlee, Deuce Bello. Anyone else to look at tweeps?
2011-04-16 05:48:55
DraftExpress: Video interviews & practice highlights w/ Bradley Beal, Wayne Blackshear, Marshall Plumlee, Kyle Witjer, Branden Dawson http://bit.ly/grAYSX
2011-04-15 12:47:40
DraftExpress: Mcdonald's AA Evaluations: Marshall Plumlee, Chane Behanan, Branden Dawson, Cody Zeller, Amir Williams http://bit.ly/fZOUG9
2011-04-05 07:44:17
DraftExpress: Duke & Indiana commits Marshall Plumlee & Cody Zeller debate who's the best brother trio in the state of Indiana: http://bit.ly/igdXY8
2011-04-05 07:30:20
DraftExpress: Wrapped up a great week in Chicago with some more interviews. Got Kyle Wiljter, Brendan Dawson, Marshall Plumlee and Wayne Blackshear.
2011-03-31 01:13:36
Team: Duke, Junior
PhysicalsPositionsRankings Misc
H: 7' 1"
W: 214 lbs
Bday: 07/14/1992
(22 Years Old)
Current: C
NBA:   C
Possible: C
Rank 68 in NCAA Juniors
RSCI: 50
High School: Christ School
Hometown: Arden, NC

Predraft Measurements
YearSourceHeight w/o ShoesHeight w/shoesWeightWingspanStanding ReachBody FatNo Step VertMax Vert
2010Amare Stoudemire CampNA7' 1"2086' 8.5"NANANANA
2010NBA Top 100 Camp6' 11.5"NA2146' 9"8' 9.5"NANANA

Basic Per Game Statistics - Comprehensive Stats - Statistical Top 25s
YearLeagueNameGPMinPtsFGFGAFG%2Pt2PtA2P%3Pt3PtA3P%FTMFTAFT%OffDefTOTAstsStlsBlksTOsPFs
2013/14NCAAMarshall Plumlee308.51.30.51.055.20.51.055.20.00.0 0.20.635.31.21.02.20.30.20.60.31.0

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McDonald's All American Game Interviews/Practice Highlights, Part Two
April 15, 2011

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Mcdonald's All-American Week Player Evaluations
April 5, 2011
One of the more impressive performers at this year's McDonald's All-American practices; Marshall Plumlee (#67 Scout, #82 Rivals, #37 ESPN) exceeded expectations relative to his modest recruiting rankings with his athleticism and aggressiveness.



Sporting a long frame with great potential for growth and an athletic profile similar in many ways to his brother, 2008 McDonald's All-American Mason Plumlee, Marshall is an impressive specimen for a big man his age. A bit taller than his older brothers at nearly 7'0, he clearly needs to continue packing on muscle to help battle inside the paint, but he's made tremendous progress in that area already over the past year or so, and will likely continue to do so as his body fills out in time.

Despite his lack of strength relative to the more physically mature players he'll be matching up with in the ACC next season, Plumlee isn't afraid to mix it up down low. Though he converted many of his touches this week facing-up and using his quickness to create separation for his hook shot, he was equally as impressive fighting for position when crashing the offensive glass, finishing in traffic with his tremendous explosiveness, and scrapping for loose balls.

Stepping away from the basket, Plumlee knocked down a few face-up jump shots, but was primarily looking to put the ball on the ground when he got a touch on the block. He hasn't been known to try to impose his will offensively in the past, but showed an unexpected assertiveness here that could set him apart from his brothers. If Marshall can continue to play with the aggression he did this week, gain some weight, and polish his skill level, he could be a great asset for Coach K down the road.

Defensively, Plumlee's potential was very clear. He's a good rebounder in his area already and showed a fine energy level. His physical tools competitiveness will help him in the college game, and with some added strength and experience, he'll fit in just fine with the coaching he'll receive in Durham.

Considering Plumlee may be competing with both his brothers for playing time next season, as well as with fellow McDonald's All-American Ryan Kelly, he may not be looking at extensive playing time early in his career, but with his size, athleticism, and budding skill-set, he's a definite prospect to keep an eye on down the road.
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Mcdonald's All-American Interviews: Plumlees vs Zellers, Cuse Recruits
April 5, 2011
Duke commit Marshall Plumlee and Indiana commit Cody Zeller debate who's the best brother trio in the state of Indiana.


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2011 McDonald's High School All-American Dunk Contest Videos
April 1, 2011
Marshall Plumlee's two final round dunks looked like this...



Marshall Plumlee cuffs the ball in his right hand as he runs and jumps out in front of the hoop with his body sideways and rotates his arm and dunks it all while keeping his left hand on his head in a pose.



Marshall Plumlee takes the ball in one hand and jumps while moving his arm up and under before dunking it on the reverse side of the basket.
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