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Height: 6'5" (196 cm)
Weight: 163 lbs (74 kg)
Age: 15.8
Position: SF
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Relatives: nephew of Jennifer Digbeu
son of Alain Digbeu
Hometown: Barcelona, Spain
Current Team: Barcelona U-18
Win - Loss: 6 - 1

PreDraft Measurements

Year Source Height w/o Shoes Height w/ Shoes Weight Wingspan Standing Reach No Step Vert Max Vert
2017 Eurocamp 6'3 ¾" 6'5" 163 6'6 ½" 8'5 ½" - -

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2017 adidas Eurocamp: Day Two

Jonathan Givony
Jonathan Givony
Mike Schmitz
Mike Schmitz
Jun 10, 2017, 06:31 pm
Another second-generation star, Tom Digbeu, whose father Alain was drafted with the 49th overall pick by the Hawks in 1997 and worked as a scout for the Atlanta Hawks this past season, also stood out here.  Scoring a team-best 12 points in a winning effort, Digbeu impressed with his tremendous athletic ability, body control, potential as a jump shooter, instincts defensively, and team-first approach.  Coming off a very strong showing in the Spanish U16 Club Championship with Barcelona and a nice effort at the Jordan Brand International Game, Digbeu continued his upward trajectory here.  Measuring 6'5 in shoes with a 6'6.5 wingspan and a 163-pound frame that still appears to be growing, Digbeu seems like a strong candidate to develop into a fluid, explosive two-way guard down the road as his body fills out.

Jordan Brand Classic Global Showcase Scouting Reports

Jonathan Givony
Jonathan Givony
Mike Schmitz
Mike Schmitz
Apr 18, 2017, 01:16 pm
Tom Digbeu, France/Spain, Shooting Guard, Class of 2021, FC Barcelona, 15.5 Strengths
-Fluid athlete. Quick off his feet. At a very early stage of development physically, but shows impressive flashes
-Big feet, immature frame. Likely he's still growing
-Shows potential as a perimeter shooter. Ball comes out of his hand smoothly. Shows good touch. Has made shots consistently in the youth categories. Has a good foundation to build on
-Finishes with either hand around the basket. Has touch on his floaters
-Good feel for the game. Makes extra pass and plays the right way.
-Does a lot of little things by virtue of his instincts and anticipation skills. Rotates for blocks. Gets in the passing lanes. Crashes the glass. -Appears to be competitive. Will fight in the post with stronger players. Chase-down blocks.
-Has great bloodlines. Father, Alain Digbeu, was a NBA draft pick, a French national team standout, and a longtime Euroleague player. Now an NBA scout with the Atlanta Hawks.
 Weaknesses
-Lack of strength affects him on both ends of the floor. Gets knocked off his path easily offensively. Struggles to finish in traffic. Can get overpowered defensively by stronger wings.
-Has some things to iron out as a shooter. Low release point on his jumper. Brings the ball up from his hip. Jumps sideways. Some bad misses at times
-Ball-handling skills are a work in progress in the half-court. Struggles with ball pressure. Has a ways to go as a shot-creator.
 Outlook The left-handed Digbeu was fairly quiet throughout the week, but dropped plenty of glimpses of his potential throughout. He looked to be at an earlier stage of physical development than many of the players in attendance, and may be due for another growth spurt that would take him to an entirely different level as a prospect. Either way, Digbeu demonstrates a number of interesting characteristics scouts look for in young players, and is already doing some impressive things at the youth categories in Europe in different tournaments we track.

Latest results

05/20/2017 87 - 66 at Red Star U-18 Red Star U-18
05/19/2017 88 - 90 at CSKA Moscow U-18 CSKA Moscow U-18
05/18/2017 66 - 85 at INSEP U-18 INSEP U-18
05/06/2017 83 - 71 at Malaga U-18 Malaga U-18

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