|Tony Parker (GA)|
|DraftExpress: HoopHall 2012 Reports, part 2: Tony Parker (GA), Omar Calhoun, Ricardo Gathers, Jerami Grant, Jordan Adams, Rosco Allen http://t.co/lTVmQo2N|
|DraftExpress: High school coaching legend Bob Hurley on ESPNU right. St. Anthony vs Miller Grove. Two elite prospects in Kyle Anderson & Tony Parker (GA)|
H: 6' 9"|
W: 273 lbs
(20 Years Old)
|Rank 51 in NCAA Sophomores |
High School: Miller Grove
Hometown: Lithonia, GA
|Height w/o Shoes||Height w/shoes||Weight||Wingspan||Standing Reach||Body Fat||No Step Vert||Max Vert||Bench Press||Lane Agility||3/4 Court Sprint||Class Rank|
|6' 7"||6' 9"||273||7' 1"||9' 0"||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA||NA|
Basic Per Game Statistics - Comprehensive Stats - Statistical Top 25s
|2013/14||NCAA||Tony Parker (GA)||29||17.9||7.1||3.0||4.9||60.8||3.0||4.9||60.8||0.0||0.0|| ||1.1||2.2||49.2||1.9||2.8||4.6||0.1||0.4||0.6||1.0||2.9|
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|2012 Nike Hoop Summit: USA Team Measurements|
April 7, 2012
Tony Parker (GA)
Height without shoes: 6'7
Height with shoes: 6'9
Standing Reach: 9-0
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HoopHall Classic Scouting Reports: 2012 Prospects (Part Two)
January 19, 2012
Tony Parker (#19 Scout, #33 Rivals, #31 ESPN) had arguably the toughest matchup of any player this weekend, having to play against legendary coach Bob Hurley's undefeated St. Anthony squad, and a defense designed specifically to stop him.
Parker was defended by an assortment of fresh bodies all game long, faced a constantly changing mixture of fronting and straight man defense, and didn't get the ball once without the defense sagging heavily towards him. Parker didn't respond to this very well, being taken out of his game and scoring a disappointing six points on 1-for-7 shooting, also leading to visible signs of frustration throughout the game.
Standing 6'9 with a large frame, very good length, and excellent strength, Tony Parker has some intriguing tools for a big man prospect, but is sporting a lot of excess weight and isn't quite near his athletic peak at the moment. His extra mass helps him out battling in the post on both ends of the floor, but his conditioning and ability to run the floor suffer for it, and his offensive game is fairly one-dimensional at this stage as well.
On the offensive end, Parker's greatest asset is his ability to score around the basket, something he had a tough time displaying here. He boasts good hands, soft touch, and a good ability to establish position down low, where he's capable of finishing on simple moves by taking advantage of his physical tools. He actually has some ability to get above the rim in the post, showing some deceptive explosiveness in the right situations, but definitely could improve some here by maximizing his physical condition, toning down while maintaining his power.
On the defensive end, Parker showed some decent ability in man-to-man defense, utilizing his strength and length to block and contest shots, but wasn't a big contributor on team defense and was prone to taking plays off as the game went on and his frustration level set in.
Looking forward, it's tough to take much away from Parker's game in this setting, where he clearly had a lot of cards stacked against him, but he'd definitely help himself going forward by maximizing his physical tools and doing a better job keeping his head in the game when things are going poorly. His size and natural ability to score around the basket alone make him a player to keep an eye on in the long term, but how he supplements those abilities with the rest of his game will be key to his success and pro prospects down the road.
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