Victor Rudd (unranked Scout, #108 Rivals) had one of the more inconsistent performances here this weekend, on one hand making a tremendous impact with his outstanding athleticism, but on the other hand not really showing a great understanding of his limitations, and having an inconsistent impact in the areas he is able to help his team.
Rudd relies a lot on his three-point shot at this stage, which while having decent form, doesn't seem to get much success, or at least did not here, where he missed more than a handful of threes over the course of the weekend, without much results to show for it. Where Rudd did make a positive impact was cutting to the basket in half court and in transition, where he showed good hands and athleticism along with nice body control, getting to the line and finishing pretty well, showing some creativity with a nice baseline reverse on one occasion as well.
In terms of the rest of his game, Rudd is inconsistent on the glass and the defensive end, at times making impact plays, but a lot of times not doing all the little things like boxing out or playing tough, fundamental defense.
It's early to label him purely a power forward, but if he doesn't have more success with his jumper than he did this weekend, or he doesn't work on his ball-handling, which doesn't seem to be much of a threat, then he will have trouble playing the 3 position, which is the position his body type would seem best suited for.