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11 - Yogi Ferrell

Indiana 

  • Birthday: 5/9/93
  • NBA Position: Point Guard
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-0
  • Wt: 180
  • Hometown: Indianapolis, IN
  • High School: Park Tudor School
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Overall

85

2016

NBA Comparison: Tim Frazier

Strengths: Experienced, lightning-quick point guard who can score and distribute at equally high levels...Can "shift gears" instantaneously while handling the ball and is able to get past college defenders very consistently. Incredibly quick...Great vision and passing. Was the maestro of a very potent Indiana offense...Very good shooter. Connected on 42% of his 3's last season...Seasoned 4-year player who is an excellent leader and an unselfish floor general who will get his teammates involved...Great shooter off-the-dribble. Hits an inordinately high percentage of pull-up 3's...Excellent at leading the break. Can speed past the defense or set up a teammate for an oop with a perfect lob...Proficient at moving without the ball and getting himself open for an easy 3...Great foul shooter at 83%...Very tight handles. Can probe his way through a defense with ease...Excellent effort all the time on the court. Also a hard worker off of it. Approaches the game with a great mindset...

Weaknesses:
Very small with a thin frame. 6'0" and 173 lbs. with a small wingpsan is far from ideal NBA point guard size. Struggles to finish inside consistently due to his size and will get bullied by NBA point guards...Has the quickness, but lacks the length to be a good NBA defender on the perimeter...At age 23, has little developing left to do and thus, little potential for dramatic improvement at the next level...

Overall: Ferrell was a fantastic college player due to his gifts distributing and shooting the ball and all-around making an offense better, but at the pro level, his lack of size will be extremely exacerbated and because of this, he'll have to slide into the second round to get picked...

Jacob Stallard 6/22/16

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