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2 - Luis Montero

JUCO 

  • Birthday: 4/6/93
  • NBA Position: SG/SF
  • Class: Sophomore
  • Ht: 6-7
  • Wt: 195
  • Hometown: San Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • High School: Wilbraham & Monson
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Overall

89

2015

NBA Comparison: Qyntel Woods/Ricky Ledo

Strengths: Big guard with great versatility to play 3 positions ... Has logged time at point guard ... Explosive, smooth and creative player ... A good ball handler ... Can use a cross over at a high rate of high speed ... A good passer with court vision, always looking for the open man ... Smooth. Runs the court very well, excellent in fast break situations, often finishing with dunks ... Has a great ability to attack the rim with an arsenal of moves ... Can use the Euro step, change directions, fakes, finger rolls, floaters ... A good shooter from 2 and 3 points, with deep range and good mechanics on his shot ... The kind of player capable of creating baskets for himself and for his teammates ... Can drive to the basket and open the court and dish for shots for his teammates, or find the bigman under the rim ... Good shot blocker, with good timing , very smart playing the passing lanes, anticipates well and also in running the fast break ... Great length, with a wingspan of 7-foot-1, and a standing reach of 8-foot-8 ... Came into the draft proces weighing 181, and has added 14 pounds of muscle (195 lbs now) showing excellent dedication ...

Weaknesses: Lack of experience playing at a high level combined with his age (22) ... Needs to work a lot on his body strength, must continue to put a lot of muscle in order to handle contact at the NBA level ... His shot selection needs to improve ... He is an elite level player but hasn't learned how to play against elite level competition ... His body strength will be a problem in 1 on 1 defense, he can’t handle standard SFs at this point, and needs to learn to be more active on rebounds ...

Notes: Had his season with his Juco team cancelled in 2014-15 ... Considered a possible mid second rounder. Has worked out with a number of NBA teams and even received some late first round buzz ... Signed with Westchester Community College, after originally being classified as a Class of 2015 HS prospect ...

Rodrigo Sperandio 6/22/15

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