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5 - Jarrell Brantley

Charleston 

  • Birthday: 6/7/96
  • NBA Position: Power Forward
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-7
  • Wt: 255
  • Hometown: Columbia, SC
  • High School: Notre Dame Prep
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Overall

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2019
Mock:  50

NBA Comparison: Trevor Booker

Strengths: A potential small school sleeper ... Undersized 4 with bounce and length ... Has a nose for scoring ... A good scorer off the dribble ... Understands how to advantage of mismatches down low in the post ... He’s a solid shooter from the perimeter ... Career 76% FT shooter showing very good touch for a post player ... He’s great at scoring on off motion action plays ... He’s a good rebounder, he grabbed 8.4 rebounds per game last season and averaged 7.9 over his college career ... He’s a solid athlete with above average athleticism and explosiveness ... For a player his size, he has tremendous strength ... He’s good at defending his man on the perimeter as well as in the post ... He allowed less than 1 point per isolation and post up plays ... That versatility should allow him to get minutes in the NBA ... Smaller power forwards like Paul Millsap have had success at the NBA level ...

Weaknesses: At 6'7, he's small for the PF position at the NBA level ... He’s a streaky three point shooter ... Had a dip in shooting efficiency as a senior. He shot just under 33% from the three point line last season after hitting on almost 39% of them the season before ... He doesn’t have an explosive first step off the dribble that he can blow by defenders with ... He needs to work on his ability to set his teammates up with more accurate passes ... He averaged more turnovers than assists during his college career, though his role as a scorer and level of talent surrounding him factored into that ... He may have some trouble defending the perimeter, on pick and pops, against quicker players due to his lack of great footspeed and quickness ... He didn’t play much against top level competition in college ... He needs to work on his defense when his man doesn’t have the ball ... Has shown a tendency to lose his man off the ball ... Turned 23 in June ...

Outlook: Drafted by the Indiana Pacers with the 50th pick in the 2019 NBA Draft and traded to the Utah Jazz ... As a second round pick, he probably won’t be in the rotation right away as long as no injuries happen ... Developing a more consistent jump shot will allow him to see minutes as a stretch four…… He can be a solid scorer for them off the bench as well as a defender ... Benefits from to today's shift to less defined positions in the league ...

Zach Smith 7/5/19

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