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21 - Jordan Brown

6-11, 210 Center
Nevada Sophomore
Birthday
12/04/99 (20.2 yrs)
Hometown
Roseville, CA
High School
Prolific Prep
Team Site Profile
Statistics
Athleticism
NA
Size
NA
Defense
NA
Strength
NA
Quickness
NA
Leadership
NA
Jump Shot
NA
NBA Ready
NA
Rebounding
NA
Potential
NA
Post Skills
NA
Intangibles
NA
Overall:

Strengths: 6’11 finesse big man … Good athleticism. Gets off the ground quickly. Fluid, coordinated, and mobile … Good activity and effort. Consistently runs the floor. Finishes well in transition … Good footwork in the paint. Finesse touch around the basket. Very good floater and jump hook. Scores well around the basket. Great ambidexterity, finishes with either hand and doesn’t hesitate to use his left. Made five shots in the McDonald’s All-American Game with his left hand. Uses glass when appropriate. Averaged 21.5 points per game while shooting 53.3% from the floor over the adidas Gauntlet. Shot 51.1% from the floor at adidas Nations … Good slashing ability. Can drive from midrange and out of the high post … Draws fouls at a good rate … Good rebounder. Finished fourth on the adidas Gauntlet with 10.6 rebounds per game … Sees the floor and passes well. Keeps the offense in motion and moves the ball quickly. Consistently hits cutters and open shooters when passing out of the post … Good shot blocker. Averaged 2.1 blocks per game over the adidas Gauntlet. Good at contesting shots without fouling. Quick feet and shows some versatility as a defender …

Weaknesses: Good Length but not great as it doesn’t stand out compared to similar caliber big men with a 7’0 wingspan and 8’11 standing reach … Post-game isn’t advanced … Has much room to add strength in both the upper and lower body. Only weighed 193 pounds at the Nike Hoop Summit. Doesn’t handle double teams or contact well. Gets bumped out of position in the low post … Inconsistent midrange shooter and has limited scoring range. Can play on either side of a high/low with another big man but is minimally effective on the perimeter. Doesn’t stretch the floor as a shooter and has much room to add to his scoring … Poor free throw shooter. Shot 57.1% over the adidas Gauntlet and 60% (12-20) at adidas Nations … Turnover prone. Averaged 1.4 per game at adidas Nations and 2.9 per game over the adidas Gauntlet. Can protect the ball better when driving …

Outlook: Incoming Nevada freshman … Scored 26 points (13-19) and grabbed eight rebounds in the McDonald’s All-American Game … Played in the Nike Hoop Summit … Transferred to Prolific Prep for his senior year but missed a lot of time with a foot injury, averaged 21.5 points, 11.7 rebounds, and 1.8 blocks per game … Contributed to help USA Red 2018 win the championship at adidas Nations with 12 points and nine rebounds in the championship game … Won two gold medals with USA Basketball in the 2015 U16 FIBA Americas and 2016 U17 World Championships …

Evan Tomes 7/8/18

Notes: Measured 6’8 without shoes, 6’9 with shoes, 183 lbs, with a 6’10.5 wingspan and 8’9.25 standing reach at the 2014 USA Junior National Team Mini Camp … Measured 6’10 without shoes, 6’11 with shoes, 194 lbs, with a 7’0 wingspan and 8’11.5 standing reach at the June 2017 USA U19 tryouts

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