NBA Comparison: Elden Campbell/Scot Pollard
Weaknesses: Back to the basket post game must improve … Is much more comfortable facing his defender … Despite adding 20 pounds over the course of his college career is still often out muscled … Despite good explosiveness, leg strength is average. When attempting to back down defenders will typically end up in the same spot or further out … Has the quickness and footwork to be far more effective … Must improve his ball handling and passing skills out of the post … Free throw shooting percentages are not up to par … Only a 68% career shooter, he tends to pull back on his FT attempts which prevents him from being consistent … His lack of strength is also a problem on the defensive end where he has difficulty containing opponents down low and gets overpowered/pinned … Not always "in the game" on both ends of the court. Tends to have mental lapses marked by lack of effort … Past history of drug use and age of 23 don’t help his draft standing …
Adam Ganeles 6/20/09
Weaknesses: Must bulk up without losing any of his speed and mobility, which could be a balancing act Has not shown that he is adept at handling the ball C something that would serve him especially well in the NBA with his face up game Not always aggressive enough offensively C often does not post up strong enough to receive the ball Appears to prefer to face the basket, should work harder on his post game and develop a go to move Has NBA 3 point range, but with his size is more effective inside Needs improved body strength, easily pushed out of the post Does not possess great hands, at times fumbling passes Disappears at times during games, must improve his consistency Seems to get especially lackluster when tired, better conditioning would serve him well
Notes: Redshirted 2004-05 season broke his ankle very early in the 2005-06 season, causing him to miss 18 games.
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