|Team: Hawaii, Junior|
H: 6' 7"|
W: 205 lbs
(23 Years Old)
|RSCI: 129 ||
High School: Huntington Prep School
Hometown: Scarborough, ON
A big, smooth guard who is starting to generate good buzz amongst recruiting services, Negus Webster-Chan is a raw player with nice upside who was extremely up and down here in Hamburg.
6-7 with long arms, a nice frame and a fluid blend of athleticism, Webster-Chan is a versatile player who can do a little bit of everything but doesn't excel in any one area at this stage in his career. A talented ball handler who saw minutes at backup point guard for Canada, Webster-Chan can create his own shot and get to the basket with either hand, but he struggles in his decision making and can be turnover prone. He gets to the basket, but rarely finishes at the rim. He lacks a degree of strength and toughness and is clearly still inexperienced. He makes a great play on one possession and a terrible one immediately after. He's not consistent at all with his play, but he clearly has the talent to achieve consistency the road if he keeps working on his all-around game.
As a shooter, Webster-Chan has potential. He shows a quick release and decent range from the perimeter, even if he is still very streaky in this area and needs to improve his shot-selection. Defensively, Webster-Chan has outstanding potential. He had some very nice moments in Hamburg, even though his lack of experience showed up regularly, particularly in the way he gambled in passing lanes.