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4 - Bryce Taylor

Oregon 

  • Birthday: 9/27/86
  • NBA Position: Shooting Guard
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-4
  • Wt: 210
  • Hometown: Encino, CA
  • High School: Harvard-Westlake
  • 2007 Statistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Overall

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NBA Comparison: Willie Green

Aran Smith - 10/9/2007

Strengths: 2-guard with the skills and feel of a coaches son: his father Brian Taylor had a 10 year career in the NBA and coached Bryce from a young age ... An excellent athlete with great foot speed and leaping ability ... Has a well rounded offensive game with the ability to knock down shots from the perimeter, pull up off the dribble, and use his excellent ball handling to get by his man to the rim ... Displays good vision and plays unselfishly, a team player ... Smooth wing who does a good job of taking what the defense gives him and has a solid midrange game... Has shown the ability to step up in big games: Shot 11-11 with 7-7 from 3 for 32 points in the Pac-ten championship game against USC ... Shot 42% from 3 in his junior year ... Can fill in at the point guard position when needed with adequate ball protection ... Attacks the rim with aggressiveness and the body strength to finish at the rim ... Quality free throw shooter (82%) ...

Weaknesses: Undersized for the 2-guard position at a shade below 6-5, although his quickness and athleticism helps him to compensate ... Must assume a larger role in his senior year with Oregon's leader from last year Aaron Brooks off to the NBA ... Struggled for much of his first two seasons, but broke out with an excellent junior year ... Lack of size could give him some trouble defensively on the next level, although he shows a disciplined approach to playing that end of the floor ...

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