Jayvon Graves

Jayvon Graves Scouting Report, Interview, & Highlights

May 13, 2021 R. C. Harris 0

Versatility — that’s what Jayvon Graves considers to be his best trait as a basketball prospect, and with good reason.  The 6-foot-3 senior can defend guards and wings, and on the other end of the court, he can run the point, play off the ball, and score from all three levels.  Most importantly, he is willing to take on various roles, which is exactly what [ . . . ]

Zeke Nnaji

Zeke Nnaji Scouting Report

November 18, 2020 Clayton Conover 0

The University of Arizona has consistently found ways to attract elite talents from around the nation. One of Sean Miller’s latest acquisitions was a former Minnesota Player of the Year and now reigning Pac-12 Rookie of the Year, Zeke Nnaji. Nnaji had the prestige of a top-40 talent in the nation; however, he played at Arizona with the tenacity of a walk-on. During his time [ . . . ]

Devin Vassell

Devin Vassell Scouting Report

November 9, 2020 Clayton Conover 0

Devin Vassell, one of the most dependable and consistent players in this draft class, dramatically improved himself from his freshman to sophomore year. Playing 28.7 minutes per outing as a sophomore, the Florida State wing averaged 12.7 points, 1.6 assists, 5.1 rebounds, and 2.4 combined steals and blocks per game, with shooting splits of .490/.415/.738. Those numbers may not seem elite, but he led FSU [ . . . ]

Deni Avdija

Warriors’ Needs and Potential Picks

October 21, 2020 Clayton Conover 0

Coming off their worst season since 2001, the Golden State Warriors have completely reset. Ideally, they can jumpstart another multi-year championship run with the help of this year’s draft. Due to their severe lack of wins this past season, they were awarded the second-overall pick in the NBA Draft, though this draft contains no guaranteed Zions or Lukas (that we know of now). In order [ . . . ]