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1 - Andre Hollins

Minnesota 

  • Birthday: 12/10/92
  • NBA Position: Point Guard
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-1
  • Wt: 200
  • Hometown: Memphis, TN
  • High School: White Station
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Overall

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Comparison: Tim Hardaway Sr.

Strengths: Hollins is a big time shooter with a lightning quick release and ultra-deep range ... Has a nice build and frame for his height, looks to have a pretty nice wingspan as well ... His athleticism and quickness off the dribble are both well above average ... Does a great job of attacking the rim when he sees an opening and is a solid finisher once he gets there ... Very poised player, always looking supremely confident in his ability and shows up in clutch moments ... Pressures the ball well defensively and always seems to be putting forth 100% effort ... Phenomenal free throw shooter at over 90% as a freshman last season ... Despite poor season averages he was Minnesota’s best player over the last month of the season ...

Weaknesses: Needs to improve his PG skills considerably (1.8/2.1 A/T ratio) ... But still obviously very young ... His decision making is inconsistent and at times will get out of control and shot happy ... Needs to improve his passing ability to solidify himself as a 1st round prospect ... Although he moves well in a straight line, laterally he could use a bit of work ... Not an elite athlete, which hurts him as a combo guard ...

Overall: Hollins should be a dynamic scoring guard at the college level for the next few years ... Was playing hurt for a large portion of last season, so getting fully healthy could help him play wityh more consistency ... If he can improve upon his PG skills, he'll be a legitimate 1st round prospect as he brings intangibles, scoring, and hustle on the defensive end to whatever team he plays for ...

Sam Gallenberger 7/3/12

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