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Rate Yourself

As a player.. using the nbadraft.net ratings rate yourself as a player

give yourself a 1-10 on the following..

Position:
Age:
Height:
Weight:

Athleticism:
Defense:
Size:
Strength:
Jumpshot:
NBA Ready:
Quickness:
Ball Handling:
Passing:
Leadership:
Potential:
Intangibles:

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NBA Comparison:

Strengths/Weaknesses


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Me

Position: PG
Age: 19
Height: 6
Weight: 185

Athleticism: 7
Defense: 6
Size: 5
Strength: 9
Jumpshot: 9
NBA Ready: 5
Quickness: 8
Ball Handling: 9
Passing: 10
Leadership: 6
Potential: 8
Intangibles: 7

Total: 89

NBA Comparison: poor man's Steve Nash

Strengths: Passing, Shooting, and Strength
Weaknesses: Size, Defense, and Athleticism

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Position:Point

Position:Point God
Age:19
Height:6'1
Weight:170

Athleticism:8
Defense:9
Size:7
Strength:6
Jumpshot:8
NBA Ready:7
Quickness:9
Ball Handling:9
Passing:10
Leadership:10
Potential:10
Intangibles:10

Total:95

NBA Comparison:Tim Hardaway meets Jr Smith-for real

Strengths/Weaknesses: Strengths-under control and very poised
weaknesses-shot selection

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Position: PGAge: 32Height:

Position: PG
Age: 32
Height: 6'4
Weight: 190

Athleticism: 5
Defense: 8
Size: 8
Strength: 8
Jumpshot: 6
NBA Ready: 1
Quickness: 6
Ball Handling: 7
Passing: 7
Leadership: 9
Potential: 2
Intangibles: 6

Total: 73

NBA Comparison: Kirk Hinrich ( Even less offense )

Strengths/Weaknesses

Strengths: Tall for a PG and very aggresive on defense...takes pride in his on ball defense...above average passer and sees the whole court well...excellent free throw shooter...nice guy - Ady Josef

Weaknesses: No shot at all of making the NBA....very streaky shooter who often goes into month long slumps...loses confidence in his jumper and shuts it down....can't go to his right or his left effectively....8" vertical doesn't allow for rebounds....can't create own shot, relies on teammates to get him open shots....footwork needs major improvement... - Aran Smyth

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I wanna see this james

I wanna see this james fowler kid play...89 overall rating not bad at all. Hes got a 9 on ball handling jump shot and passing hahahah sounds pretty good

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Positon pg/sg/sf Age:

Positon pg/sg/sf
Age: 22
Height: 6'7
Weight: 185
Athleticism: 8
Defense: 8
Size: 10
Strength: 6
Jumpshot: 7
NBA Ready: 9
Quickness: 8
Ball Handling: 9
Passing: 10
Leadership: 6
Potential: 8
Intangibles10
total:99
NBA Comparison: magic/alfernee hardaway
Very Tall for a PG and very aggresive on defense...takes pride in hisall round defense...way above average passer and sees the whole court extremly well...excellent slasher...a very quit guy

weakness: his on thing is that he is not very out spoken but those thing can be work on with his jump shot and post game

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my ratings...

see john wall

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Position: PG
Age: 16
Height: 5'11
Weight: 155

Athleticism: 8
Defense: 8
Size: 5
Strength: 6
Jumpshot: 7
NBA Ready: 5
Quickness: 10
Ball Handling: 5
Passing: 7
Leadership: 7
Potential: 9
Intangibles: 6

Overall: 83

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Position: C Age: 24 Height:

Position: C
Age: 24
Height: 6'4
Weight: 215

Athleticism: 7
Defense: 7
Size: 3
Strength: 9
Jumpshot: 5
NBA Ready: 2
Quickness: 7
Ball Handling: 4
Passing: 4
Leadership: 7
Potential: 2
Intangibles: 9

Overall: 66

Strengths: Hard worker and intelligent player. Agressive on the boards, with soft hands around the basket. Explosive and quick for his position. Two year starter in university with lots of experience albeit at a low level. Technically sound down low with a strong center of balance and a decent repetoire of moves with his back to the basket.

Weaknesses: Way too short to play down low in the NBA, would ideally need to be at least 6 inches taller to play his style of game in the league. Older than most prospects means his ceiling is much lower than others with little room to improve. Ball handling and outside shot need lots of work, doesn't stretch opposing defences at all. Very weak going to his left hand. Liability at the free throw line.

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It looks like you have good

It looks like you have good court vision and you can shoot the ball pretty good too

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Position: PG Age: 26 Height:

Position: PG
Age: 26
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 165

Athleticism:9
Defense:8
Size:5
Strength:7
Jump shot: 7
NBA Ready: 7
Quickness: 10
Ball Handling:9
Passing:8
Leadership:9
Potential:6
Intangibles:9

Total: 94/120

NBA Comparison: T.J. Ford

Strengths. I am extremely quick when healthy , slick ball handler, can dunk at my height, can shot it pretty well from mid range. I can run a team pretty well and pass well. Lead my private high school ball team in TX won a state Chip in 2001.
Won in Juco. Very competitive.

Weaknesses. I am to small to guard big pgs, and I am injury prone. streaky 3 pt shooter.

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@R_Dot_13

thanks man, that was my junior year in high school. Im now in my freshman year in College.

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why yall hating

im really 6'7 and i played point in high school i just sucked

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I think some of you think a

I think some of you think a whole lot of yourselves compared to college/nba caliber players.

Position: PG
Age: 19
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 145

Athleticism: 7
Defense: 6
Size: 4
Strength: 6
Jumpshot: 6
NBA Ready: NOT PLAYING IN THE NBA ANYTIME SOON
Quickness: 8
Ball Handling: 8
Passing: 9
Leadership: 6
Potential: NOT PLAYING IN THE NBA ANYTIME SOON
Intangibles: 6

Total: 67

NBA Comparison: Jason Williams

Strengths: Very quick and has great court vision. Good feel for the game. Very good ball handler who can breakdown the D. Good at getting to the basket despite lack of size. Has nice jumper when he focuses on rotation and stepping into the shot. Great free throw shooter. Solid defender for size, can guard very quick players. Nice vert. Passing is his best asset. Good at drawing the foul.

Weaknesses: Needs to focus on stepping into the shot. Not the best player off the ball, much better on the ball player. Sometimes thinks too far ahead of the game. Struggles a big against taller guards who can shoot over him. Size is a major concern. Seems to play streetball too much at times, sometimes dribbling for too long. Very streaky shooter. Decent rebounder for his size but will not be a threat on the boards at the upper level. Needs to develop more leaderships skills. A bit too passive at times.

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I think some of you think a

I think some of you think a whole lot of yourselves compared to college/nba caliber players.

Position: PG
Age: 19
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 145

Athleticism: 7
Defense: 6
Size: 4
Strength: 6
Jumpshot: 6
NBA Ready: NOT PLAYING IN THE NBA ANYTIME SOON
Quickness: 8
Ball Handling: 8
Passing: 9
Leadership: 6
Potential: NOT PLAYING IN THE NBA ANYTIME SOON
Intangibles: 6

Total: 67

NBA Comparison: Jason Williams

Strengths: Very quick and has great court vision. Good feel for the game. Very good ball handler who can breakdown the D. Good at getting to the basket despite lack of size. Has nice jumper when he focuses on rotation and stepping into the shot. Great free throw shooter. Solid defender for size, can guard very quick players. Nice vert. Passing is his best asset. Good at drawing the foul.

Weaknesses: Needs to focus on stepping into the shot. Not the best player off the ball, much better on the ball player. Sometimes thinks too far ahead of the game. Struggles a big against taller guards who can shoot over him. Size is a major concern. Seems to play streetball too much at times, sometimes dribbling for too long. Very streaky shooter. Decent rebounder for his size but will not be a threat on the boards at the upper level. Needs to develop more leaderships skills. A bit too passive at times.

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no problem, where are you

no problem, where are you playing in college right now?

Position: Combo Guard
Age: 16
Height: 6' (still growing)
Weight: 175

Athleticism: 7
Defense: 6
Size: 6
Strength: 5
Jumpshot: 10
NBA Ready: 7
Quickness: 6
Ball Handling: 7
Passing: 9
Leadership: 8
Potential: 8
Intangibles:7

Total: 84

NBA Comparison: JJ Redick (@ Duke)

Strengths/Weaknesses
Great 3 point shot, and can attack the rim with either hand. At 6 foot Im short, but Im still growing, hopefully to about 6'3. If you leave me open thats usually 3 points on the board, but I am still a shooter with a hand in my face.
Im not unathletic but im not athletic either, im average there. Good court vision and can find teammates open easily.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IyhL-iyMBZc

this is me in a game against a team that isnt so great, but i was double and triple teamed quite a bit

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Athleticism: 4Defense:

Athleticism: 4

Defense: 8

Size: 7

Strength: 9

Jumpshot: 6

NBA Ready: 9

Quickness: 6

Ball Handling: 7

Passing: 8

Leadership: 10

Potential: 0

Intangibles: 9

Total: 83

NBA Comparison: Popeye Jones but prettier

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Position: PG/SG Age:

Position: PG/SG
Age: 21
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 225

Athleticism: 8
Defense: 6
Size: 5
Strength: 9
Jumpshot: 7
NBA Ready: 7
Quickness: 7
Ball Handling: 9
Passing: 10
Leadership: 8
Potential: 7
Intangibles: 9

Total: 92

NBA Comparison: Avery Johnson/Brevin Knight

Strengths: Uncanny court vision, strong guard with solid leaping ability. If he gets his shoulder by his man it is usually 2(and alot of times three). Cant really say enough about the court vision and has the ability to get the pass anywhere using an array of different passes. Bounce pass, chest pass, between the legs no look, behind the back, etc.

Weaknesses: Very undersized for the NBA game. A good leaper(37" running vertical) but that is the only shred of athleticism he is good at. Meaning he is not very quick at all. Can knock down open jumpers and pull ups but if there is a man running at him or within 4 feet you can bet its a miss.

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Alot of you are definetly

Alot of you are definetly feeling yourselfs...

Position: Whatever is required....but i like SG/SF
Age: 16
Height: 6'1-ish
Weight: 160-170-ish

Athleticism: 6...
Defense: 4...im good when i try, but i gotta admit..i dont try often
Size: 3?
Strength: 3?
Jumpshot: 7
NBA Ready: -5
Quickness: 7
Ball Handling: 6
Passing: 6
Leadership: 0....lol, i always just go with the flow...
Potential: im only 16, so i guess anything is possible..but im gonna say 2 lol
Intangibles: 7

NBA Comparison: A homeless Eddie House

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Paul Milsap

Position: SF/PF
Age: 19
Height: 6'6
Weight: 220

Athleticism:7
Defense:9
Size:6
Strength:8
Jumpshot:7
NBA Ready:5
Quickness:7
Ball Handling:5
Passing:8
Leadership:9
Potential:7
Intangibles:8

Total:86

NBA Comparison: Paul Milsap

Strengths: Goes 100000%. High Motor, crashes boards hard. Finds away to put the ball in the rim. Has good court vision and passing ability for position. Very coachable and puts in extra work after practice. Extremely long with 7'0 wingspan. Gets alot of deflections and steals on defence due to long arms. Hits the three when open and can get to the rim well and finish.

Weaknesses: Ball Handle needs work. Needs to develop midrange game. Not strong going left. A bit undersized at PF and not overly quick to play SF. Only goes right to finish at the rim or hits the occasional three. Needs to find other ways to score. Average athlete.

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Me as an NBA prospect (yikes)

Position SF/PF
Age: 27
Height: 6'2''
Weight: 175

Athleticism: 8 ( still have a 30+ inch vert )
Defense: 6 ( good shot blocker, very good rec league defender, but I couldn't hold an NBA player )
Size: 5 ( would be about a 7 or 8 if I were a point guard...but Im not)
Strength: 8 ( Tony Douglas is about my size and did 15 reps with 185 which is what I can do so and his rating was 8 so thats what Im going with)
Jumpshot: 7 ( good form, but only have range til about 17' )
NBA Ready: 2 ( I'd get killed )
Quickness: 7 ( pretty good athlete, so pretty fast, but nothing more than average for a prospect at an NBA level )
Ball Handling: 5 ( not great handles )
Passing: 7 ( good post passer, low turnover player )
Leadership: 6 ( not a very vocal player )
Potential: 1 ( 27 year old 6'2'' forward...1 is being generous )
Intangables: 8 ( fundamentally sound, playing basketball for 15 years )

Total: 70

NBA Comparison: Theo Ratliff meets DeMarre Carroll

Strenghts: Good shot blocker and fundamental defensive player, a variety of offensive post moves as well as a good high low passer. Solid athlete with good strength, vertical leap and court speed. Very good in the open floor whether on offense or on defense, as well as a high basketball IQ and low turnover player. Can grow a pretty sweet beard.

Weaknesses: 6'2'' forward with average handles and is a 30% 3 point shooter from the college 3 point range at best. Size plus skill set makes no sense for him to play NBA ball, despite good post moves, they would be incredibly un effective against NBA level competition. A GM would have to smoke a great deal of crack cocaine to consider this prospect.

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Position: PG/SG Age:

Position: PG/SG
Age: 17
Height: 5'10"
Weight: 150

Athleticism: 6
Defense: 7
Size: 6
Strength: 5
Jumpshot: 9
NBA Ready: lol....0
Quickness: 9
Ball Handling: 7
Passing: 10
Leadership: 6
Potential: 7
Intangibles:7

Total: 79

NBA Comparison: Darren Collison

Strengths: I'm quick and can get where I want most times..Long arms (6'3" wingspan) for my size..Nice spot-up jump shot..Very good and unselfish passer..Flashy and explosive in the open court..High basketball IQ..Streaky, very hard to stop if I make my 1st shot..Solid ball-handler..

Weaknesses: STREAKY, can have a bad game if I don't make my 1st shot...Can get out of control...Sometimes I stare down my passing targets...Not strong at all, even for High School ball (I bench 150 lbs)...Average court vision..Gamble for steals too much at times..Not a great ball-handler for my size/speed..I'm not more than mediocre athletically even for HS.

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Position: Age: 14 Height:

Position:
Age: 14
Height: 5'9
Weight: 137

Athleticism: 9 (Cant fully dunk yet, ball slips out every time)
Defense: 8
Size: 6
Strength: 7
Jumpshot: 7
NBA Ready: 6
Quickness: 8
Ball Handling: 5
Passing: 8
Leadership: 6
Potential: 8

Total: 78

NBA Comparison: Jodie Meeks/ Eric Maynor

Strengths: Heavy playmaker at the age of 14, fierce competiter, great on-ball defender, plays in the passing lanes effectivily, has great speed, and a good sence of changing directions. Rarely makes turnovers on the offensive end. A Decent jumper.

Weaknesses: Very ugly jumpshot, shot starts from from hip, then arches it from behind the head, cant hit the jumpshot consistently. Often shys away from contact because of poor ball handling skills.

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Sidney

Does anyone think that Renardo Sidney will come out this year because he has to sit out 9 games next season and repay $11k ????

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Position: PG/SG/SF
Age: 13
Height: 5'9
Weight: 125

Athleticism: 8.5
Defense: 9
Size: 5
Strength: 7
Jumpshot: 6
NBA Ready: debatable. hah
Quickness: 8
Ball Handling: 9
Passing: 8
Leadership: 8
Potential: 8
Intangibles: 8

Total: 85

NBA Comparison: Avery Bradley

Strengths/Weaknesses

Strengths: Good mid-range game. Gets to the lane at will. Lockdown defender, super long arms for some reason, pretty athletic, (almost got rim). Can create for myslef as well as my teammates, throw pretty good passes, but nothin extremely flashy. ampidextrious. (spellcheck)

Weaknesses: Streaky shooter. When hot, i can give you 30. When im cold, ill be lucky to make a layup. Not a great 3-point shooter.

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Position: PG/SG/SF

Position: PG/SG/SF
Age:15
Height: 6 Foot (STILL GROWING)
WEIGHT: 158

Athleticism 9
Defense:8
Size:6
Strength:6
Jump shot :7
NBA Ready: 2
Quickness:7
Ball handling:7
Passing:7
Leadership:7
Potential:8
Intangibles:7

Total:81

NBA comparison: Dahntay Jones/ J.R Smith

Strengths/Weaknesses

Strengths: Can finish at the rim. Good mid-range game. Long arms (6ft4 wingspan)and plays great defense. Good off the ball shot blocker. Great IQ knows how to play against bigger and smaller players, Can create for myself and teammates. I can dunk on a fastbreak. Can score off of his defense.

Weaknesses: Streaky offense. Sometimes forces drives

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Position: PG Age: 22 Height:

Position: PG
Age: 22
Height: 5'5
Weight: 160

Athleticism: 8
Defense: 10
Size: 5
Strength: 8
Jumpshot: 6
NBA Ready: 5
Quickness: 8
Ball Handling: 9
Passing: 10
Leadership: 7
Potential: 9
Intangibles: 7

92:Total

NBA Comparison: Russell Westbrook/Corey Brewer

Strengths showstopper defender good playmaker attack the rim and my balling handing is very good
Weaknesses: shooting size outside shooting

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love it!

this has got to be the greatest forum topic i've ever seen...when i have more time i hope to add my own scouting report! kudos fellas...

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Ratings question

How relative should the rankings be? Keep in mind that Jon Scheyer is rated an 84 on this site, so even if one were a former D1 starter they'd still probably be rated in the low 70s. With adjusted rankings taken into consideration, should a solid high school player be ranked in the 70s/80s? Should a recreational player be in the 50s or 60s? I think we need to establish a consensus ballpark range (something within reason)...with that said -- great, great idea.

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Position: PG/SF Age:

Position: PG/SF
Age: 18
Height: 5'7"
Weight: 220

Athleticism: 3
Defense: 5
Size: 3
Strength: 6
Jumpshot: 7
NBA Ready: 0
Quickness: 6
Ball Handling: 6
Passing: 8
Leadership: 10
Potential: 2
Intangibles: 7

Total: 63

NBA Comparison: Baron Davis

Strengths/Weaknesses

Strengths

Great competitor, doesn't like to lose and will do what it take to win the game. Not afraid to take matters into his own hands. Streaky shooter, but there are times when he can light it up from anywhere. Not fast but quick, good footwork. Very fundamentally sound, boxes out on boards, can handle the ball well enough. Gets to the rim easily due to his size and quickness. Good form on his jump shot. Turns on the jets when the game is on the line. Very clutch. Good court vision. Praises his teammates and fire them up when he feels its needed.

Weaknesses

Very short and nonathletic for the position. Tends to get to emotional with the game. Inconsistent player, has his days where he is almost unstoppable, and has his days where he is a complete not factor. While his jumpshot is good, it is streaky and inconsistent. Can be a liability on the defensive end when tired. Gets discourages very easily by bad play by himself and his teammates. Doesn't play great against intense defense. Tends to become a spectator at times and watches plays instead of being part of them.

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Tobias

This was pretty fun to do, I don't think there is a right or wrong way to do it, but I wanted mine to be as accurate as possible compared to a pro prospect and not just the other rec players I play against so if there is any true constant I would say comparing your athleticism and size to combine results. Stuff like jumpshot, defense, leadership, and potential leave more room for interpritation but you can accuratly compare yourself and rate yourself on the same scale as prospects with the definate numbers used to measure prospects in the combine.

For athleticism and strength or anything you can measure in numbers I used combine re&$#%#&@! for vertical and bench reps of 185 compared with players about my size to determine an accurate rating compared to a prospect. A lot of guys with verticals in the low 30's had a rating of 8 for athleticism so thats what I went with, I did the same thing for strength rating picking a player my size and comparing his combine results to my abilities. Same with height I picked the smallest player at SF (6'5'' Marqus Blakely rated a 7) I could find and compared my height to his at got a 5.

Like I said there is no right or wrong way to do it, but if you were looking for a benchmark, I'd say go with combine results.

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I tried to be realistic

Position: PG
Age: 16
Height: 5'5"
Weight: 125

Athleticism: 5
Defense: 5
Size: 1
Strength: 3
Jumpshot: 5
NBA Ready: 0
Quickness: 6
Ball Handling: 5
Passing: 7
Leadership: 1
Potential: 5
Intangibles: 5

Total: 45

NBA Comparison: Boykins

Strengths/Weaknesses

Strengths

Pure energy player. Active hands. Gets a lot of steals due to quickness and size. A streaky shooter. Makes good decisions on the fast break. Good court vision. Fights for every rebound. Good flopper. Rarely makes mistakes. Grew from 5'2 to 5'5 and gained 20 pounds this year

Weaknesses

Too small to play anywhere. Can't defend anyone bigger than 5'9 and heavier than 155 lb. Almost doesn't score (only fast break points).

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I made this EXACT topic a

I made this EXACT topic a long long time ago

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