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2 - Cameron Reddish

Duke 

  • Birthday: 9/1/99
  • NBA Position: SG/SF
  • Class: Freshman
  • Ht: 6-7
  • Wt: 215
  • Hometown: Norristown, PA
  • High School: Westtown
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Overall

92

2019
Mock:  11

NBA Comparison: Rudy Gay

Versatile small forward with good shooting and overall offensive skills ... Not elite vision but his handle allows him to make plays for others and himself ... Able to bring the ball up even against pressure ... An above average athlete. Very fluid and coordinated, doesn’t look out of place at any position 1-4 ... Will find open man, comfortable making a pass off the dribble, keeps his head up, likes to draw and kick ... Shot selection needs work but he has excellent range on his 3-point shot, already comfortable from NBA range ... Quick release. Gets low to the ground with his handle, flexible, has serious moves off the dribble even though he did not always get to showcase them at Duke as the third option behind Zion Williamson and RJ Barrett ... Live dribble counters, can stop on a dime and pull up or use size and craft to get all the way ... Handle doesn’t slow him down at all, in open court situation, his top speed is good ... When feet are set and he goes up with balance he is a terrific shooter ... Low 3-point percentages seem to be more a product of role and shot selection, but he could provide spacing in modern game ... Great physical tools at 6’7 with 7’1 wing span ... Excellent anticipation and timing to go along with length, absolutely a terror in full court press, traps and passing lanes ... His wingspan and size even allows him to be a weak side shot blocker ... When inspired, a good rebounder as well ... Not huge but solid frame, can play some small ball 4, does well with contact, fights for rebounds, can post up, understands positioning ... High level defensive potential, super versatile but active with quick hands as well ... Length allows him to cover huge distance ...

Weaknesses: Struggled to live up to his potential at Duke and really struggled with consistency ... Deferred to teammates far too often, and never seemed to find a rhythm ... Competitiveness and toughness came into question during season ... Not an explosive finisher, gets to the basket with handle and skill more than athletic ability ... Doesn’t really get up as much as you’d expect with his length, struggles to finish in tight spaces and over length ... Below average first step, his tendency to settle for jumpers is partly explained by inability to beat guys to spots and set them up with fakes, all giving the impression that he has average quickness ... Often poor shot selection ... Loves pull up for 3s. Has a bad tendency to take zero pass pull up 3s ... Often has poor balance on pull ups, tends to lean or fade instead of going straight up ... Still learning how to run pick and roll ... Determination and dedication need work ... Disappeared for long stretches in many games at Duke, lacking assertiveness ...

Notes: Measured 6'7" in shoes, 6'6" barefoot, 211 lbs, 7'1" wingspan, 8'9" standing reach at 2017 USA Basketball October Minicamp ... Full name is Cameron Elijah Reddish Born on September 1, 1999, in Norristown, PA... Attended Westtown School ... Son of Zanith and Robert Reddish. Brother Aaron played basketball at VCU ...

William Desautelle 4/4/19

Strengths: 6’7 two-way wing … Great size and length for a wing with a 7’1 wingspan and 8’9 standing reach … Outstanding and fluid athlete. Quick off his feet and great first step ... Rare combination of explosiveness and finesse. Great body control … Moves well off the ball showing great fluidity … Great in transition as both a leader and finisher ... Ideally a wing but can bring the ball up and start the offense when needed ... A good facilitator. Reads the game well. Possesses good passing ability ... Averaged three assists per game over the Nike EYBL, including 12 in the game against RM5 … Although not a consistent weapon yet, he can get hot from outside. Can score off step backs and pull up off the dribble. Can score inside and out. Can get into a zone and score in bunches. Finished fifth on the Nike EYBL with 22.6 points per game … Natural offensive creator. Can control his defender on the perimeter, allowing him to get where he wants off the dribble ... Smooth when changing directions with the ball ... Very quick with the ball ... Shifts into another gear when driving, allowing him to get low and beat his man almost at will … Great at drawing fouls. Led the Nike EYBL in free throws made with 107, 13 more than second place Ayo Dosunmu and Keldon Johnson … Good rebounder for a wing with 7.8 per game over the Nike EYBL … Great tools as a versatile defender with his size, foot speed, and anticipation ... Averaged 1.5 steals per game over the Nike EYBL … Can improve as a shooter, particularly shot selection, but has no glaring weaknesses or limitations. Has the tools and talent to be a big-time player at the highest level …

Weaknesses: Didn’t always bring it with competitiveness and energy, went through the motions but has picked it up in the past year … Tends to settle too often for outside shots ... More of a streaky shooter than knock down right now ... Jump shooting. Can improve upon his consistency and efficiency ... Shot 40.3% from the floor over the Nike EYBL ... Had a few forgettable three-point shooting performances over the Nike EYBL (0-6 vs California Supreme, 1-8 vs Houston Hoops, 1-8 vs Howard Pulley, 0-5 vs Spiece Indy Heat, 1-8 vs All Ohio Red, etc.), shot 28.6% from three over the EYBL season ... Shot 3/20 from the field and 0/9 from three at the adidas Eurocamp … Can clean up his ball handling as he can get loose at times … Can improve strength level …

Outlook: Duke commit … High upside and one of the top talents in the 2018 high school class ...

Notes: Measured 6'7" in shoes, 6'6" barefoot, 211 lbs, 7'1" wingspan, 8'9" standing reach at USA Basketball October Minicamp ... Measured 6'6 without shoes, 6'7 with shoes, 203 lbs, with a 7'1 wingspan and 8'8.5 standing reach at the June 2017 USA U19 tryouts ...

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