A surprise entry on the roster after deciding to forgo his final two years at Clemson in favor of playing professionally next season, Oglesby had somewhat of a rude first acquaintance with European basketball, struggling badly to make a strong impression throughout the camp. Oglesbys decision making skills and shot-selection was very poor, which neutralized basically the only thing that makes him interesting at this pointhis perimeter shooting ability. He settled badly for tough, contested fade-aways and really wasnt able to convert on the spot-up jumpers he took as well, which is not indicative of just how good of a shooter he really is.
Oglesby will need time and patience from the team that signs him in terms of learning how to play the European game. Hes never going to be the type of player that stands out in a setting like this, as hes far better when his team is creating shots for him rather than trying to get things done on his own. With that said, he also needs to improve his body language and become more of a willing teammate if hes to reach his full potential. Defensively, Oglesby struggled throughout the week as he typically doeshis poor wingspan coupled with his average athleticism makes it difficult for him to guard his position even at the European level, which is something hell have to work on. Nevertheless, Oglesby is a lights out scorer who can absolutely bury an opponent with his deep range and terrific stroke. In the right situation, he could be quite an offensive weapon.