23 - MarJon Beauchamp

6-6, 170 Shooting Guard
USA Freshman
Birthday
10/12/01 (19.5 yrs)
Hometown
Seattle, WA
High School
Rainier Beach
Athleticism
8
Size
8
Defense
8
Strength
6
Quickness
8
Leadership
7
Jump Shot
8
NBA Ready
6
Ball Handling
7
Potential
8
Passing
7
Intangibles
7
88 Overall:

NBA Comparison: James Anderson

Strengths: 6’6 wing … Good length for position … Good athleticism and can finish above the rim when attacking … Good scoring instincts with the ball. Solid ability to create using crossovers and spins to get separation. Can shoot off the catch or dribble/on the move and can hit shots from anywhere on the floor. Averaged 16.2 points per game at 45.1% FG% over the adidas Gauntlet in 2018 and finished 10th in scoring with 19.2 points per game at 60.6% FG% in 2019. Averaged 13 points per game at 50% FG% at the NBPA Top 100 in 2019 … Solid passing ability. Does a good job finding the open man mid-attack and whenever a second defender comes … Good tools defensively with his length and lateral ability …

Weaknesses: Can improve strength and doesn’t handle contact well … Good athlete but doesn’t have elite explosive ability … Can get more movement off the ball and tends to stay out of the action if the ball isn’t in his hands … Naturally a scorer but hunts for opportunities to put points up rather than scoring in the flow. Settles for contested shots at times. Can clean up his handle and has room to expand scoring arsenal, especially if he’s selling himself as a scorer at the highest level. Can improve contribution in areas outside of scoring as well; rebounding, playmaking, etc. … Smooth shooting stroke but can improve consistency and has a low set point on shot. More of a streaky shooter than consistent knock down right now. Shot 31.8% 3PT% over the adidas Gauntlet in 2018 and shot 32.7% 3PT% in 2019 … Solid passer but can improve playmaking ability …

Outlook: Will skip college and train for the 2021 NBA Draft with the Chameleon BX program … Transferred to Dream City Christian for his senior year … Was a freshman on the 2017 Nathan Hale team that finished 27-0 to win the Class 6A State Title …

Evan Tomes 11/30/20

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