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11 - Drew Neitzel

Michigan St. 

  • Birthday: 5/7/85
  • NBA Position: Point Guard
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-1
  • Wt: 175
  • Hometown: Wyoming Park
  • High School: Grand Rapids, MI
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  • 2007 Statistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Overall

86

NBA Comparison: Jose Juan Barea

Aran Smith - 9/14/2007

Strengths: Has developed into one of the premiere point guards in all of college basketball Tremendous floor general who has the ability to score and distribute equally well A great passer with tremendous vision Has a good feel for the PG position, getting everyone involved and finding the open man for easy baskets His heart, leadership and intelligence on the floor are everything you would want and expect out of a point guard Really elevated his offensive production in his junior year exploding for 18 ppg (from 8.3 as a sophomore) Has solid range out to college three Mentally tough, clutch player, stepping up to the challenge in big games Has decent speed and quickness, and really hustles, giving full effort at all times Very aggressive attacking the basket and drawing fouls, where hes an excellent free throw shooter His scrappiness and competitiveness is contagious A gym rat, hes ambidextrous, shooting the ball with either hand all the way out to the perimeter

Weaknesses: Despite being a star college player, scouts are skeptical about how well his game translates to the pros Faster than he is athletic Hes just 6-foot and lacks great athletic ability: The combination limits his ability to make a huge impact on the next level Not especially long Could turn out to be a solid bench player, though his physical limitations will be tough to overcome Has no trouble at his size on the college level but in the pros his size is more easily exploited ... It creates problems on both ends of the floor as he can easily be posted up and opposing guards can see over him, plus he will have a tougher time getting shots off Not a great defensive player. He does his best to stay in front of his man not reaching or gambling for steals too often, but his lack of lateral foot quickness is a real detriment ...

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