Weaknesses: Remains an inconsistent shooter from the perimeter Can loose his confidence offensively if his shot isnt falling early on When this happens its uncommon for Strawberry to defer to teammates Has the ability to create off the dribble but struggles to convert off the dribble Tends to struggle when he has to play in a half court set as teams will often play him for his perimeter shot Tends to force the action a bit as he will shoot difficult attempts Must continue to improve his shooting off the dribble from mid-range Must continue to improve upon protecting the ball when dribbling in traffic Defensively Strawberry will at times overplay his man trying to gain easy steals The result is that he often is out of position to effectively defend his assignment Doesnt finish at times after contact in the lane Lacks the explosiveness to get his shot off over bigger opponents Could be smaller than his listed 6-foot-5 …
Notes: Son of former New York Mets star Darryl Strawberry.
Weaknesses: Streaky offensively … Seems to hit hot spots and then fall off of the game at times offensively … Doesn’t look for his shots enough … Occasionally caught out of position in zone defense, much better in man-to-man … A gambler at times in the passing lanes … Not a consistant threat from the perimeter … Still developing offensive game … Quick, but not lightning fast and doesn’t have amazing athleticism … Occasionally turnover prone when asked to run offense … Not capable of running point properly … Not a great free throw shooter … Appears to be a small 6-5, could be 6-4 …
Notes: Strawberry has been known as one of the ACC’s toughest perimeter defenders since his freshman year, when he jumped onto the scene with a great performance in Maryland’s 2004 ACC Championship off the bench. Was the Terrapins starting point guard for the 2005-06 season.
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