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0 - De'Aaron Fox

Kentucky 

  • Birthday: 12/20/97
  • NBA Position: Point Guard
  • Class: Freshman
  • Ht: 6-3
  • Wt: 175
  • Hometown: Katy, TX
  • High School: Cypress Lakes
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Overall

96

2017
Mock:  6

NBA Comparison: Dennis Schroeder

Strengths: 6’3 shifty left handed point guard … Good size and length for the position … Explosive athleticism and high skill level. Changes speeds very well. Great lead guard in transition. Pushes the ball at every opportunity and is a blur in the open floor. Elite quickness: quick hands, feet, and great reaction time … Good court vision and passing ability. Great touch on lob passes and floaters. Handles the ball very well ... Has the ability to avoid traps and break a press by himself ... Has good body control; plays with a lot of creativity and craftiness ... Gets where he wants off the dribble and breaks down the defense efficiently ... Uses hop steps to get to the middle of the floor and avoids contact. Swift footwork in traffic … Can score from multiple spots on the floor. Very good midrange scorer where he can get to at will. Good pull up jumper ... Has range out to three … Rebounds well for a guard … Top notch defender especially on the ball, can rip good ball handlers in one on one situations ... Great anticipation in the passing lanes. Great defensive tools moving forward with his length, quickness, and instincts …

Weaknesses: Can be a streaky shooter. More of a scorer than consistent shooter right now … Has a slight frame. Very light at 175 pounds ... Lacks ideal strength in both upper and lower body, although he has added some muscle tone over the past year ... Can score in traffic but playing through contact will be an obstacle at the college level and beyond … Definitely shows good passing ability but can put too much heat on passes at unnecessary times. Can try to do too much at times, can play a bit more under control and limit turnovers. Can improve overall as a decision maker and could benefit by keeping the game simple … Can improve as a leader and floor general. Also, setting the pace of the game ... Has room to improve in the half court …

Outlook: Fox enters his college career as Kentucky’s next elite point guard prospect. Led the Nike EYBL in assists and steals per game with 5.4 and 2.8 respectfully. Fox earned Co-MVP of the Jordan Brand Classic along with Kentucky backcourt teammate, Malik Monk.

Notes: Measured 6'3.5 (in shoes) 164 lbs, with a 6'6 wingspan at the 2014 Nike Guard Skills Academy ... Measured 6’4’’ in shoes, with a 6’6’’ wingspan and 170 lbs at the 2015 Nike Basketball Academy

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