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3 - Fletcher Magee

USA 

  • Birthday: 11/13/96
  • NBA Position: Shooting Guard
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-4
  • Wt: 195
  • Hometown: Orlando, FL
  • High School: The First Academy
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NBA Comparison: John Paxson

Strengths: One of the top three point shooters in college basketball over the past several seasons … Shot above 40% from behind the arc in his four seasons at Wofford … Has an extremely quick release and can hit off-balance shots … Knocked down 91 percent of his free throws to finish with a 90.8 percent average from the charity stripe in his career … Uses his quick feet to get by defenders and cut corners around screens … Led Wofford to an undefeated in-conference record and to a 7 seed in the NCAA Tournament this season … In his junior and senior season, he averaged 20 or more points per game … Knocks down tough shots in big games … Set the NCAA Division I record for most career 3-pointers (509) …

Weaknesses: Not a physical defender and is only an average athlete … Lacks an elite first step off the dribble … Does not seem willing to box out the nearest offensive player … One of his biggest weaknesses is his off-ball defense … Lacks effort and communication on the defensive end … Does not extend his arms to put pressure on the ball-handler, instead he tends to keep his arms to close to his sides … Scored just 8 points in Wofford’s most important game of the season in the Sweet 16 against Kentucky, shooting 0-for-12 from downtown … Will be 23 in November ...

Outlook: Magee is a skilled combo guard and elite three-point shooter … Must put in work defensively and be willing to commit on both ends of the floor … Potentially a borderline second round candidate for the 2019 NBA draft, but will likely go undrafted …

Notes: Attended Wofford University ... Named 2019 Southern Conference Player of the Year … As a senior, he drained 158 three-pointers which is tied for second-most in NCAA history in a single season … Scored 20 or more points in 20 contests this season … Scored 24 points as Wofford recorded its first NCAA Tournament victory over Seton Hall …

Kailey Jackson 4/26/19

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