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35 - Trevor Booker

6-7, 236 Power Forward
Clemson Senior
Birthday
11/25/87 (33.2 yrs)
Hometown
Whitmire, SC
High School
Union
Team Site Profile
Statistics
Athleticism
10
Size
6
Defense
8
Strength
8
Quickness
7
Leadership
8
Jump Shot
6
NBA Ready
8
Rebounding
8
Potential
7
Post Skills
6
Intangibles
8

NBA Comparison: Brandon Bass

Strengths: A power forward with terrific strength and athleticism … He is an energy player who uses his physical attributes to cause problems inside … He plays hard, and doesn’t shy away from contact, looking to mix it up inside and create space using his body … Very mobile, uses his quickness to get good position in the post and also to get around defenders when attacking … Has continued to show improvement on his jumpshot (even stepping out to the three), and will need to continue to work on it … Very good rebounder, the mix of strength and athleticism allow him  to clear space and grab rebounds well out of his rebounding area … Unselfish player, looks to make plays for teammates … Poses problems defensively, because he can block shots and also get out into the passing lanes … 

Weaknesses:
Lacks the size and skill level to be an effective scorer inside … Does not have many moves in his low post repertoire and is not very comfortable facing up and attacking … Attacks strictly to his left hand, making him extremely predictable … Has a tendency to shoot too many fadeaways, with very mixed results … Has been able to bully his way around in college, but how effective can he be against bigger athletes at the next level?

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Strengths:
Undersized big with explosive athleticism … Extraordinary finisher around the rim, often finishing with a power jam (44 dunks as a freshman and 34 as a sophomore) … Uses his impressive frame to seal defenders in the post and finish through contact … Efficient, high percentage shooter at 58% for his career … Shows the ability to step out on the perimeter and knock down the jumper, even showing three point range at times … Can also use his handle and quickness to blow by bigger defenders … High energy player that keys the Clemson pressure scheme … Works hard for full 40 minutes … Runs the court extremely well … Uses his 7-foot-plus wingspan to block shots at a high rate (2.1/game for his career) … An absolute terror on the offensive boards … a quick leaper, even on his 2nd and 3rd jump.

Weaknesses: At 6-7 245, plays an undersized center at the collegiate level, and will be forced to play an undersized PF in the pro’s … No real post moves to speak of, using his brute strength and length to get buckets in the paint … Will need to develop his post-up game repertoire at the next level … Brings the ball down well below his waste on his jumpshot … He has the stroke, but will need a quicker release to succeed in the pick and pop game … FT% is a concern, but he has improved from 57% as a sophomore to 72% as junior … Still his career 63% needs work. Can be lazy defensively at times, relying on his shot blocking skills instead of getting in position … Defensive awareness can be questioned.

Adam Ganeles 3/10/09

SEASON
TEAM
MIN
PTS
REB
AST
TO
A/T
STL
BLK
PF
FG%
FT%
3P%
PPS
2006-07 CLEM 25.910.46.41.120.540.92.22.60.6020.61501.42
2007-08 CLEM 26.6117.31.520.750.61.92.60.5550.5730.3331.38
2008-09 CLEM 30.715.39.71.71.80.921.521.70.5710.7070.4091.48
2009-10 CLEM 30.815.28.42.51.91.311.31.420.5210.5910.2651.35
PerGame 28.412.97.91.71.90.91.11.92.30.5590.6240.3241.40

 

SEASON
TEAM
GP
MIN
FG
FGA
FTM
FTA
3PM
3PA
PTS
OFF
DEF
TOT
AST
TO
STL
BLK
PF
2006-07 CLEM 369341592645691003741121192313871337895
2007-08 CLEM 3490615127267117515374921572495168226390
2008-09 CLEM 329821893311041479224911072043115459476354
2009-10 CLEM 32984188361101171934486891792688162434563
Totals 13438066871228328526237117254006591059224260145249302

 

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