DraftExpress NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Ryan Arcidiacono, Stats, Comparisons, and Outlook
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DraftExpress: Ryan Arcidiacono Damyean Dotson James Robinson and Marcus Georges-Hunt the last four cut from @usabasketball's U19 World Championship team
2013-06-18 08:10:30
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2013-06-16 14:47:40
DraftExpress: Ryan Arcidiacono is super fun to watch. Pure PG. Always has head up. Can shoot it. Has size. Need to see more defensively but he can play.
2012-11-15 23:06:07
DraftExpress: Ricardo Ledo (6-4.5), Kuran Iverson (6-7.5) & Ryan Arcidiacono (6-2.5)- some of the top prospects here. Heights are from today & w/out shoes
2010-09-26 11:29:54
Team: Villanova, Senior
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H: 6' 4"
W: 188 lbs
Bday: 03/26/1994
(21 Years Old)
Current: PG
Possible: PG
Rank 70 in NCAA Seniors
RSCI: 56
High School: Neshaminy
Hometown: Langhorne, PA

Predraft Measurements
YearSourceHeight w/o ShoesHeight w/shoesWeightWingspanStanding ReachBody FatNo Step VertMax Vert
2013USA Basketball6' 2"6' 3"2006' 2.75"8' 0.5"NANANA
2011Deron Williams CampNA6' 4"1886' 4"NANANANA
2010NBA Top 100 Camp6' 2.5"NA1916' 4"7' 11"NANANA

Basic Per Game Statistics - Comprehensive Stats - Statistical Top 25s
2014/15NCAARyan Arcidiacono3630.410.13.07.739.41.53.641.

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USA Basketball U19 World Championship Training Camp Report, Part Two
June 19, 2013
The Villanova point guard struggled for the most part throughout his first few sessions at Colorado Springs, but lived to see another day initially, likely thanks to his experience playing with USA Basketball as well as his team first mentality and playmaking skills. Eventually the coaching staff elected to go with the superior athleticism, defensive prowess and versatility of Marcus Smart, Nigel Williams-Goss and Elfrid Payton over him on the final roster, though.

Featuring very good size at 6-3, but below average athleticism, Arcidiacono is a creative ball-handler who shows nice ability to play at different speeds and keep defenders off balance. Unfortunately his underwhelming first step and lack of strength made it difficult for him to be very effective as a finisher inside the arc—something that was clearly an issue for him as a freshman as well, as indicated by his sub-par (37%) 2-point percentage. He also was extremely streaky from beyond the arc in Colorado Springs, really struggling to get anything going with his perimeter shot for long stretches, and also having a difficult time keeping opponents in front of him defensively. Arcidiacono will have to step up his play on both ends of the floor if he's to make strides in his sophomore season at Villanova and help his team return to the NCAA Tournament, even if his size, court vision, ball-handling and creativity are very interesting attributes to work with long term.
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