Strengths: One of the most productive players in NCAA. He has improved his game each and every year ... Difficult to guard due to his size, all around skills and shooting ability ... Possesses a quick release and good mechanics on his shot ... He is fundamentally sound and an intelligent player with high basketball IQ ... Moves well without the ball looking to get open for jump-shots .517 FG% . Possesses NBA range .387 3PT % ... He does a great job of using screens and setting up his defenders (his body always seems to be in good position when shooting the ball) ... Scores well on back-doors as well as cutting to the basket ... He is a more consistent shooter when his feet are set and coming off screens than when creating shots off the dribble (above average ball handling abilities) ... Takes advantage of his height to score over smaller SF and does a good job of posting them up and using a turn around jump-shot ... Smart and unselfish player offensively; he can create shots for his teammates making smart passes at the right time 3.4 APG ... Much tougher than he looks ... Cummard does a good job at rebounding the ball 6.2 RPG due to his long arms as well as positioning himself for rebound ... Runs the floor well.
Weaknesses: Cummard lacks great body strength for next level ... He struggles defending more athletic and stronger players at SF position (they post him up and body him around the basket); has difficulties staying in front of quicker players due to his average lateral movement ... Has to do a better job of creating shots off the dribble and be more consistent. Attack the basket more.