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1 - Tyler Bey

6-7, 215 Power Forward
Colorado Junior
Birthday
02/10/98 (22.8 yrs)
Hometown
Las Vegas, NV
High School
Middlebrooks Academy
Team Site Profile
Statistics
Athleticism
9
Size
8
Defense
8
Strength
7
Quickness
8
Leadership
8
Jump Shot
6
NBA Ready
7
Rebounding
8
Potential
8
Post Skills
6
Intangibles
8

NBA Comparison: Luc Richard Mbah Moute/Andre Roberson

Strengths: Explosive and versatile combo forward … Two-way player who shows ability to play the 3 or small ball 4 position … Has the foot speed to defend the perimeter as well as the athleticism to rebound and play in the paint, giving him great versatility … Excels on both ends of the court either inside or outside … Tends to play much bigger than his 6’7 size with his long arms (7’1 wingspan) and great leaping ability … Monster rebounder for his size as well being long and having explosive athleticism … Not afraid to absorb contact attacking the rim … Efficient scorer, shooting over 53 percent from the floor over the last two seasons … Can score from the paint either backing down defenders or facing up … High effort defender often blocking shots … Plays with determination every night … Often has a high impact on games even if not the leading scorer on his team … Moves very well without the basketball … Shooting form that can be built upon and developed further at the next level … Versatile defender able to guard quick perimeter players … Nearly doubled his shooting percentage from beyond the arc from 2019 to 2020 … Has a reputation for being a hard worker …

Weaknesses: Lacks bulk to fight inside for rebounds at the NBA level … Weighed in a just 212 lbs, so it’s obvious that he has work to do in the weight room … Does not show great vision or passing ability … Passing needs work … Needs to develop a more fluid looking jumper and improve overall as an outside shooter, consistency and range … Playmaking and finding teammates is not his strength … Not really a prolfic scorer, struggled to put up points consistently and dominate from a scoring aspect … Needs to work on ball handling and playmaking on offense with the basketball in order to really be a 3 … Needs to get better at shooting free throws to be more efficient …

Notes: Measured: 6’6.00” barefoot, 6’7.00” in shoes, 8’9.50” standing reach, 212.8 lbs, and 7’1.25 wingspan at the 2020 NBA Commbine … Las Vegas native … Reminds of a bigger Andre Roberson … Showed improvement each year at Colorado, stats from 2019 are about the same with 2020, except Bey nearly doubled his three point shooting percentage which is huge … grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada … Has been compared to two way NBA players such as Andre Roberson and Shawn Marion …

David Green 11/18/20

Strengths: Active, athletic forward who has the versatility to play multiple positions and plays with consistent energy … Multi-faceted player with the ability to excel on both ends, both inside and out … Appears to have a lot of potential left to develop … A long, explosive “next level” athlete … Shows the ability to guard larger players and play much bigger than his 6’7 size … Appears to have a wingspan in the 7’1 foot range … Possesses good toughness and seeks out contact around the basket … Has the look of a guy that can become a valuable defender a la Luc Richard Mbah a Moute with his “small ball four” capabilities for the next level … Understands how to operate in the paint, scoring from both back to the basket, as well as facing up … Fills up a stat sheet and seems to impact games without always being the team’s high scorer … Plays with a lot of determination and appears to have a presence and natural leadership about him … Gives solid effort on the defensive end, blocking a lot of shots for his size (had 5 against New Mexico) … Excellent rebounder, really crashes the glass, seeks out the ball and antipates well … Has touch. His ability to hit free throws at a solid clip leads to optimism about his ability to improve his form and become more of a mid-range and even outside threat … Has developed a reputation for being a hard worker and a solid individual …

Weaknesses: Needs to improve as an outside shooter … Lacks a fluid stroke, release is a bit flat, arm doesn’t get full extension or enough follow through … Should be able to improve his shot with focus on improving his form, but current form will limit his ability to extend his jump shot and connect at an efficient rate … Could be labeled a tweener by those that see him as a small four with limited ball skills … Facilitating for others is not a part of his repertoire … Not a great passer, has not shown a great ability to find teammates … Needs to become more proficient as a ball handler and passer to become a full time wing … Still somewhat unproven and will need to sustain a high level of play for an entire season before considering leaving for the NBA …

Outlook:
Should be able to fill a role for an NBA team even if his shooting never becomes a real strength … Has been compared by scouts to former fellow Buffalo Andre Roberson, and shades of a less athletic Shawn Marion …

Notes: Measured: 6’6.00” barefoot, 6’7.00” in shoes, 8’9.50” standing reach, 212.8 lbs, and 7’1.25” wingspan at the 2020 NBA Combine Grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada … Played his senior year at Middlebrooks High School in Los Angeles after transferring from Las Vegas High … Averaged 17 points, and 7.3 boards as a junior at Las Vegas High … Came into Colorado as a four star recruit, unranked on many top 100 lists, checking in at 123rd on Rivals list following his senior year …

Aran Smith 12/18/18

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