22 - Jordan Hall

6-7, 215 Point Guard/Shooting Guard
St. Joseph's Sophomore
Birthday
01/14/02 (20.4 yrs)
Hometown
Wildwood, NJ
High School
Neumann Goretti
Team Site Profile
Athleticism
7
Size
8
Defense
7
Strength
7
Quickness
6
Leadership
8
Jump Shot
7
NBA Ready
8
Ball Handling
8
Potential
7
Passing
8
Intangibles
8

NBA Comparison: Dalano Barton

Strengths: A massive point-forward with polished skills and incredible court vision … Listed at 6’8 and has the ball skills and court vision of a point guard … Decent 3-point shooter who isn’t afraid to take shots off the dribble and knock them down … 36% perimeter shooter with over six attempts per game is outstanding for a player with his size … Uses his height to see the entire floor and dissect defenses effectively … Can go on a tear once he sees the ball go in once … Elite potential that you don’t often see late in the first round and into the second round … Should be able to contribute immediately as a playmaking wing … Aggressive with his back to the basket with the size to score on smaller defenders in the post … Matchup nightmare if you line him up in the backcourt and allow him to attack smaller guards … Has the handles to play the point and run offense through him in a second unit … Has a ton of zip on his passes … Smooth shooting motion at the line and on jumpers …

Weaknesses: Inefficient two-point scorer despite his significant size and skill advantage over most of his opponents … Played weaker competition throughout his career … Only averaged two free throw attempts per game, which you’d like to see increase from a player with such a high usage rate. Needs to get to the line more on his drives … Could improve as a scorer inside the arc with mid-range jumpers and finishes through contact around the rim … Doesn’t have elite speed or athleticism, but makes up for it with instincts and a high basketball IQ … Not a defensive liability, but if he improves his lateral quickness and put on some muscle, he could become a solid versatile defender. He just isn’t there yet from a quickness and strength perspective …

Notes: All-Big 5 First Team in his sophomore season … 2021 USA Men’s Basketball U19 Team Training Camp Participant … Ranked 11th in the country in assists per game with 5.8 … Signed with an agent for the 2022 NBA Draft … Invited to G-League Elite Camp …

Derek Bast 5/13/22

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