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3 - Brandon Roy

6-6, 207 Shooting Guard
WASHINGTON_65.GIF Washington Senior
Birthday
07/23/84 (35.3 yrs)
Hometown
Seattle, WA
High School
Garfield
Athleticism
9
Size
7
Defense
7
Strength
8
Quickness
8
Leadership
9
Jump Shot
8
NBA Ready
9
Ball Handling
8
Potential
6
Passing
8
Intangibles
9
96 Overall:

NBA Comparison: Jalen Rose

Aran Smith – 3/14/2006

Strengths: Roy is a no nonsense 2-guard with excellent all around skills … Very cerebral player, makes excellent decisions. Understands the game … Very polished, great experience with four years at Washington under his belt … An excellent shooter who steps up in big situations. Hit a number of huge shots at the end of games this year … Has worked hard on his outside shot which has improved each year … Great competitor … Excellent ball handler with the ability to create shots for himself and others … His midrange game is relatively impressive and his range has really improved this year … Really stepped up in his senior year assuming a leadership role and taking over as the go to player for the Huskies … Has spent time at the point guard position this year, and played admirably … Not afraid to take the ball inside. Utilizes the spin move in the paint well … Good free throw shooter at 81% … Has great composure and confidence. Never gets rattled … Good one on one skills with the ability to shoot off the dribble and get by his man to the basket … An underrated athlete …

Weaknesses: Does everything very well but nothing out of this world … On the small side. Lacks tremendous size and length at just 6-6 with a short wing span … Lacks great body strength. His body is solid but not overpowering … Foot speed and quickness is strong but wont stand out on the next level … Defensively he is just average giving solid effort, but lacks the foot speed to be a lock down defender …

Notes: Was named 2005-06 Pac-Ten Player of the year.

YouTube Clip – 3/04/2007


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