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33 - Jon Diebler

6-6, 197 Shooting Guard
Ohio St. Senior
Birthday
06/22/88 (31.8 yrs)
Hometown
Upper Sandusky, OH
High School
Upper Sandusky
Team Site Profile
Statistics
Athleticism
7
Size
8
Defense
6
Strength
6
Quickness
6
Leadership
7
Jump Shot
10
NBA Ready
8
Ball Handling
6
Potential
6
Passing
8
Intangibles
8
86 Overall:

NBA Comparison: Richie Frahm/Andy Rautins

Strengths: One of the best three point shooters in the NCAA, hitting over 50% his senior year …  At 6-6, can get his shot up over most defenders … Nearly limitless range on his jumper … Doesn’t get enough credit for his passing ability … High basketball IQ, very effective at finding openings on the perimeter … Complements his jumpshot with very effective pump fakes … Not afraid to put the ball on the floor to create space for himself … Gets down the floor well in transition … Always finds a way to set his feet, allowing him to be effective making moves and shots while off balance … Incredibly efficient scorer, especially for somebody who spends his time on the perimeter…Jumpshot mechanics are impeccable … Takes care of the basketball, averaging less than a turnover a game despite playing big minutes … Excellent shot selection. Rarely takes bad shots … Actually shows surprising leaping ability …

Weaknesses: Fairly one dimensional player … Thin frame will result in him being pushed around on defense …  Doesn’t possess great speed or quickness … Lacks the speed and athleticism of an NBA guard … Streaky shooter who if he goes cold struggles to impact the game… Not physical. Doesn’t get to the free throw line enough for an 82% shooter … Lacks star power … Limited potential … Looks destined to spend his career as a shooter coming off the bench … Only average lateral quickness will result in him struggling to defend quicker players …
 
Notes: Tied Big Ten Conference single game record with 10 three point field goals on 12 attempts against Penn St.

Eric Yearian 6/7/11

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