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1 - Andy Rautins

6-5, 192 Shooting Guard
Syracuse Senior
Birthday
11/01/86 (35.6 yrs)
Hometown
Jamesville, NY
High School
Jamesville-DeWitt
Team Site Profile
Statistics
Athleticism
6
Size
6
Defense
6
Strength
7
Quickness
6
Leadership
8
Jump Shot
8
NBA Ready
9
Ball Handling
8
Potential
6
Passing
8
Intangibles
8
86 Overall:

NBA Comparison: Matt Carroll

Strengths: Cerebral 2 guard most known for his range and jump shot, Andy’s quick release and accuracy make him a deadly threat from outside …  He needs minimal space to get off his shot, while having enough range to knock down threes with ease … He is always active without the ball, constantly running through and around screens to free himself open …  More than just a 3 point specialist, it’s his play making abilities that make him a well rounded player … He has an excellent basketball IQ, along with tremendous court vision, his passing skills can sometimes go overlooked … When he does have an open lane to penetrate, Andy has the ability to take it, and set up his teammates for easy baskets … He understands where to put the ball when throwing entry passes into the post, making it easier for his big men to go up in a smooth and constant motion … He is an above average defender, with quick hands and an ability to read passing lanes … You might say he is a product of working in Jim Boeheim’s 2-3 zone for 4 years, but his awareness propels him to be a pest on the defensive end, on and off the ball …

Weaknesses: He lacks athleticism, size and strength, which hurt him on both ends when comparing him to other shooting guards at the next level … He does not have the quickest first step, which really makes him nothing more than catch and shoot threat when it comes to scoring … Just like any pure shooter, Andy gets a little streaky from the outside, and since he has trouble creating for himself, he can be ineffective at times when his three-ball is not falling that day … You don’t see him finish around the basket that much, mainly because he never gets there unless it’s in transition … His ball handling skills are average to above average, although it’s not a true strength of his game … Because he can see the floor well, he sometimes gets carried away with trying to make the tough pass, when the simple pass would be the better decision … Though you don’t see it often because of Syracuse’s zone, when playing man to man, Andy can be over matched against quicker and stronger shooting guards … He is not quick enough to guard the 1, and sometimes not strong enough to guard the 2 one on one … Born in November of 1986 so more than a year older than most Seniors, taking away from his potential …

Jonathan Wasserman 2/11/10

SEASON
TEAM
MIN
PTS
REB
AST
TO
A/T
STL
BLK
PF
FG%
FT%
3P%
PPS
2005-06SYR82.90.90.70.23.250.30.11.20.3770.50.3261.09
2006-07SYR21.27.221.51.31.111.30.21.80.3720.7080.3561.12
2007-08DNP             
2008-09SYR28.610.53.3321.531.40.220.380.7330.3661.17
2009-10SYR32.512.13.44.92.81.7420.22.20.4380.8150.4071.43
PerGame 24.48.82.62.71.71.61.40.21.90.3960.7630.3741.23

 

SEASON
TEAM
GP
MIN
FG
FGA
FTM
FTA
3PM
3PA
PTS
OFF
DEF
TOT
AST
TO
STL
BLK
PF
2005-06SYR20159205336154658512171346223
2006-07SYR3574184226172467188252155469514645662
2007-08DNP                 
2008-09SYR3710591263323345102279387131101231127352675
2009-10SYR351137130297668198241424181001181719869876
Totals 127309636090811915628275411215127632734722117222236

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