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23 - Scottie Lewis

6-5, 180 Shooting Guard/Small Forward
FLORIDA_65.GIF Florida Freshman
Birthday
03/12/00 (19.7 yrs)
Hometown
Tinton Falls, NJ
High School
Ranney
Athleticism
8
Size
8
Defense
8
Strength
7
Quickness
8
Leadership
8
Jump Shot
7
NBA Ready
6
Ball Handling
7
Potential
8
Passing
7
Intangibles
9

NBA Comparison: Doug Christie

Strengths: 6’5 athletic wing … Good length with a 6’11 wingspan and 8’8 standing reach … High-level athlete. Translatable run and jump ability off one or both feet. Good body control. Good speed in the open floor. Good slasher to get to the rim and can finish with either hand. Uses a spin move in traffic … Averaged 10.8 points per game over the Under Armour Association in 2017 and 11.4 points per game in 2018. Averaged 12.9 points per game while shooting 49.4% FG% at the NBPA Top 100 in 2018 … Reliable free throw shooter. Shot 81.5% FT% over the Under Armour Association in 2018. Shot 85.7% FT% at the NBPA Top 100 in 2018 … Solid passing ability … Very quick feet. Versatile defender on and off the ball. Consistently plays intense defense and takes pride in tough defensive assignments. Never fails to get into a stance and uses active hands on the ball handler. Deflects passes. Averaged 1.4 steals per game over the Under Armour Association in 2018. Averaged 1.4 steals per game at the NBPA Top 100 in 2018. Very good shot blocker for position and gets a handful of chase downs in transition. Finished fourth over the Under Armour Association with 2.1 blocks per game in 2017 and 1.3 per game in 2018. Averaged 1.3 blocks per game at the NBPA Top 100 in 2018. Contests shots without fouling … Good competitor and always gives his best effort. Plays with a lot of passion and intensity … Vocal … Coachable and likeable teammate. Charismatic personality …

Weaknesses: Can improve as a ball handler, being more creative, and breaking down the defense/creating with his dribble. Can find more ways to score and be more efficient with his scoring. Relies on quickness, outjumping opponents, and natural ability rather than technique to create offense. Can expand his midrange game. Lacks technique as a finisher … Can protect the ball better on drives and in traffic. Can try to do too much as a passer and can improve as a decision maker. Averaged 3.3 turnovers per game over the Under Armour Association in 2018 … Can improve as an outside shooter and has been inconsistent throughout high school … Ball skills are still catching up the his natural ability … Has room to get stronger and isn’t great finishing with contact. Only weighed 184 pounds at USA Minicamp in October of his senior year … Older for his class, turned 19 in March of his senior year of high school …

Outlook: Incoming Florida freshman … Scored ten points and grabbed four steals in the 2019 McDonald’s All-American Game … Played in the 2019 Nike Hoop Summit …

Evan Tomes 8/8/19

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