1 - Skal Labissiere


  • Birthday: 3/18/96
  • NBA Position: PF/C
  • Class: Freshman
  • Ht: 6-11
  • Wt: 220
  • Hometown: Port-au-Prince, Haiti
  • High School: RYD Prep
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NBA Comparison: LaMarcus Aldridge

Strengths: 7 foot forward/center that can score from anywhere on the floor ... Smooth shooting mechanics. Gets great elevation on his jump shot. Excellent pull up jumper. Has a high release point, hard for defenders to contest ... Can score off the catch or dribble … Scores and passes out of double, even triple teams. Sees the floor well for a bigman ... Great frame, will add strength with time. His shoulders and legs show excellent muscle tone and have improved considerably over the past 2 years ... Rare ability to create own shot for a player with his size ... Great attitude and work ethic. Vocal leader and very coachable ... Great footwork and advanced scoring arsenal for a such a young player, doesn’t rely on physical tools ... Good defender, has shot blocking instincts and gets off the ground well, doesn’t leave his feet on shot fakes ... Rebounds in his area ... Stays poised, doesn’t get rattled under pressure ... Great ambidexterity ... Student of the game ... Possesses a great attitude. Great work ethic, and extremely coachable ...

Weaknesses: Labissiere is such an advanced young player; we are reaching as he doesn’t possess many weaknesses. He still has room to get stronger physically, particularly his legs ... He could have been more active when trying to block shots as a help defender and rebounder, but may have been saving his energy for offense as he had to do almost everything for his inferior Reach Your Dream Prep ... He doesn’t have a soft reputation but can still be more aggressive ... Added strength will help his ability to play physical ... Can develop into a better leader over time. Some injury concern exists after missing JR year with back INJ ...

Notes: Due to transfer rules, Labissiere played his senior year with newly formed Reach Your Dream Prep, however he made the most of his senior season ... After sitting out the majority of junior season with a back injury, he was able to showcase his talent this year ... Although RYD was inferior to some of the powerhouses they played against, Labissiere was positive through the whole experience and caught the eye of evaluators who haven’t seen him play in a while ... Kentucky is losing most of their production going into next season but Labissiere will contribute immediately and projects to be one of the NCAA’s best ... His combination of elite physical tools, great work ethic, and mentality separates him from most of his peers and provides him with huge, untapped potential ...

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