|Team: Delaware State|
H: 6' 6"|
W: 211 lbs
(29 Years Old)
|RSCI: 34||Agent: Jared Rice ||
High School: Mount Zion
Hometown: Orlando, FL
Roy Bright decided to test the waters this year, applying for early entry to the draft, but after not receiving an invite to the Orlando pre-draft camp, there’s a good chance he’ll be returning to school this season, where he will try to repeat or even improve upon the 15.5 point per game he scored this season. On first glance, Bright looks like he’s built better for the power forward position, with a very well filled-out frame, but his skillset is definitely more perimeter-oriented, and at 6’6, he’s making a wise decision playing a perimeter-oriented game. After the workout, Bright mentioned that he’d lost some weight this summer, and he’s certainly in solid playing shape, but he should continue to trim down over the course of the next year, as he could use all the agility he could get to play the wing at the next level, especially being able to defend it.
Bright struggled a bit at the start of the workout, not consistently converting on his mid-range shots, hitting for just 17-28, though his efficiency actually improved as he stepped back to the college and NBA three-point lines, hitting for 16-25 from college range and 17-25 from NBA range. What really jumped out as he moved back was the amount of strength he possesses, as he put up shots from NBA range effortlessly. He seemed to push forward a bit more on his shot as he stepped back, but it wasn’t anything drastic, and it’s hard to argue with the efficiency. Bright shot just .328 from three-point range this past season, to go along with .440 overall.
After shooting drills, Bright moved onto lots of dribble-drive drills, practicing crossovers, ball-fakes, stepback jumpers, pull-up jumpers, spin moves, and more. Bright looked very fluid for a man his size going through all the moves, selling them well and not making many mistakes, picking all the series’ up quickly and effortlessly. He didn’t have much trouble hitting on the pull-up and step-back shots from mid-range, and despite not being incredibly quick, looked effective with all the moves. The biggest question mark for Bright will be if he can continue to do all the things he does at Delaware State against stronger competition, something he’ll have a chance to show at the pre-draft camps next year. Even if not, he should go on to have a productive career overseas.