We hadn't seen Driesen since back in the 2005 U-18 championships, a sort of coming out party for him, where he fed the intrigue with a very nice perimeter stroke for a seven-footer. But that was virtually everything he did on the court, spot-up long-range jumpers. You can tell Estudiantes is trying to increase his versatility and array of weapons, although he still has a long ways to go. Actually, whenever he would have shot the ball without a second thought from the three point line in the past, now he often contains himself even if he's fully open.
Apparently, the mantra for him is to go inside. Driesen has gained significant strength in the past couple of years, but there's still work to do on that regard. He's rather active in the low post, but his footwork looks unpolished and his moves lack fluidity. He still doesn't show much ability to release hook shots, so in the end the usual outcome is a turnaround jumper, being able to use a slight fade away move to create space. He's also showing some timid attempts of putting the ball on the floor, usually with the right hand, but getting mixed results.
Decently athletic for his size, enjoying a good wingspan, he's a solid rebounder and has some interesting defensive tools, although again his lack of strength hurts him in this department. Combine that with his offensive limitations, and chances are we will still have to wait until we see him in the ACB League.