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32 - Shan Foster

Vanderbilt 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7

Overall

87

NBA Comparison: Shandon Anderson

Aran Smith - 1/8/2008

Strengths: 2-guard with excellent athleticism and shooting ability Catch and shoot specialist One of the premiere three point shooters in the country Has been completely on fire through the first half of his senior season (shooting 53% from 3) ... Has a good frame for the shooting guard position with both height and length Has excellent speed, excels in the open floor finishing well on the break with his explosive leaping ability While not pretty his shot is effective: The high release point on his shot allows him to get shots off without much daylight Has improved defensively and gathers a fair number of steals (1.5 as a senior) Really moves well without the ball, setting opponents up for screens and constantly moving to get open ... A quality free throw shooter Hard worker, has shown improvement in his all around game. Shows dedication to his conditioning and gets stronger as the game goes on ...

Weaknesses: Overall feel for the game is improved but not outstanding Ball skills, passing and ball handling have shown improvement but are not great Lacks a great mid-range game His ball handling and ability to create off the dribble is weak A little on the skinny side, could stand to add some body strength, which would enable him to finish better at the rim and after contact His shooting motion, while effective is unorthodox. He shoots the ball above his head ala World B. Free and sort of slings the ball instead of one steady motion. But you cant knock the results He appears to have good range, but the unorthodox form begs the question whether he will have trouble stepping back 4 feet to the NBA line with the same success Because he doesnt drive to the basket much, his trips to the line are limited
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