Scouting Report – Chris Singleton

Today’s NBA Draft Blog Scouting Report looks at one of the top defensive players in the country and a player who is slowly becoming a strong offensive threat as well – Chris Singleton of Florida State.  Singleton has had some impressive showings already, including a triple double (points, rebounds, steals).  So will he be ready […]

Scouting Report – Keith Benson

Today’s NBA Draft Blog Scouting Report looks at a player that many still no little about, but over the last year and a half has made a believer out of many NBA scouts – Oakland’s Keith Benson.  Benson has great length and an expanding skill set, though a lack of strength is holding him back […]

Scouting Report – Scotty Hopson

The NBA Draft Blog Scouting reports move down to the SEC today as I take a look at a player who has been extremely instrumental in Tennessee’s fast start to this season among a plethora of distractions – Scotty Hopson.  Hopson is a big guard, who will be able to play and guard either shooting […]

NBA Draft Blog Interview with Marvin Phillips

      Fans of the NBA Development League are starting to become familiar with the name Marvin Phillips, but after getting a chance to watch him play and to speak with him, I would recommend that all basketball fans become familiar with him, as there is a good chance you may find him own […]

Scouting Report – Marcus Morris

Today’s NBA Draft Blog Scouting Report will take a look at Kansas’ Marcus Morris.  As a member of the US Select Team this summer which practiced against the Olympic Team, Morris took advantage of the opportunity to show a new versatility in his game, as well as a consistency which seemed to only come in flashes […]

Scouting Report – Derrick Williams

Today’s NBA Draft Blog Scouting Report is focusing on a player who, aside from Kemba Walker, has done the most to improve his draft stock early in the season.  While Derrick Williams was Pac 10 Freshman of the Year last year, and is the current pre-season Player of the Year, a lot of people were […]

Scouting Report – Kyrie Irving

The NBA Draft Blog Scouting reports continue with a look at a player who has been praised all over after just 8 games in college.  Having had a chance to watch Kyrie Irving live a few times now, I have to say you really need to see him to appreciate how good he is and […]

Scouting Report – Chris Wright (Georgetown)

Chris Wright, Georgetown– Senior            Guard-  6’1, 208 13.9 ppg, 3 rpg, 7.4 apg, 44.9% FG, 79.2% FT, 43.2% 3FG     Offense Perimeter Shooting–  Over the course of his time at Georgetown, Wright has developed a good perimeter jumper, including the ability to hit the 3 consistently and in all situations.   He has good form, but his release is slow and his […]

Scouting Report – Austin Freeman

After watching one of the best games of the early season last night between Missouri and Georgetown, the next 2 scouting reports will focus on the senior leaders in the backcourt for the Hoyas – Austin Freeman and Chris Wright.  First, up is Freeman – a deadly outside shooter who has slowly improved his all-around […]

Scouting Reports – Demetri McCamey and Ashton Gibbs

  A little late, but here is a look at two of the backcourt players I had a chance to watch in person during the Coaches v. Cancer games at Madison Square Garden – Demetri McCamey of Illinois and Ashton Gibbs of Pitt.  Remember, these are just early season impressions and I will revisit these […]

NBA Draft Blog Interview With Vernon Goodridge

Basketball fans at the Orlando Summer League first started to notice his monster presence on defense playing for the Philadelphia 76ers squad.  More important, scouts around the league started to whisper his name among each other.  The Golden State Warriors offered him a chance to make their squad this fall, and by all accounts among […]

Scouting Report – Jordan Williams and Tristan Thompson

  Last week, I had the opportunity to attend the Coaches v. Cancer games at Madison Square Garden to watch Pitt, Texas, Maryland and Illinois battle over two days, with Pitt beating Texas to win it all.  Since the focus of this site is to provide the best information on the NCAA players, we start […]

NBA Draft Blog News

  Just wanted to bring some news for my loyal readers: 1) Tomorrow night I will be on Raphielle Johnson’s show over at talking about the beginning of the college hoops season and players to watch for this week and this season.  Make sure to tune in at 6:30 pm ET and have your […]

Big East Season Preview – Part II

    It is time for Part II of the NBA Draft Blog Season Preview of the Big East (Please check out Part I here). Syracuse, Villanova and West Virginia will all be contenders for a Big East championship this season, with Syracuse and Villanova being legitimate Final Four contenders. Keno Davis is continuing his […]