Tyler Hagedorn

Tyler Hagedorn Scouting Report

October 15, 2020 Toyloy Brown III 0

Tyler Hagedorn, from the University of South Dakota, is a front-court player with pro potential, largely due to his three-point shooting and his overall efficiency on the offensive end. This past season for the Coyotes, he made the All-Summit League first team, earned National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) All-District 12 first-team honors, and became the third Coyote in the Division I era to average [ . . . ]

Sam Merrill

Off-the-radar Seniors

September 23, 2020 Toyloy Brown III 0

Seniors in college basketball are commonly the forgotten prospects in the NBA draft. From time to time, evaluators and fans will deem relative old age (anything above 21 years old) as a major red flag that undoubtedly predetermines how good a player will be.  Most of the attention in the NBA draft is unquestionably given to the talented underclassmen in college and the young international [ . . . ]

Kylor Kelley

Kylor Kelley Interview and Highlights

August 6, 2020 Toyloy Brown III 0

Oregon State University’s Kylor Kelley was interviewed by Lee Branscome, Richard Harris, and I about his game and his outlook when it comes to his soon-to-be pro career. The 7-foot-big man is best known and lauded for his propensity to block shots. Prior to suiting up for the Beavers, Kelley spent time at Northwest Christian University (NAIA) from 2015-2017 and Lane Community College (NJCAA) in [ . . . ]

Daniel Orturu

Underrated Prospects

July 14, 2020 Toyloy Brown III 0

Predicting the college and college-aged prospects to become successful NBA players is an imperfect science. Going through years of past drafts can be maddening when you see how low some successful players were selected in contrast to how high guys who only had a cup of coffee in the league were picked. For the 2020 NBA Draft, the jobs of general managers and scouts are [ . . . ]

Jonah Radebaugh

Jonah Radebaugh Interview and Highlights

July 9, 2020 Toyloy Brown III 0

Jonah Radebaugh of the University of Northern Colorado was interviewed by Richard Harris and I about his pro prospects and his illustrious college career. The 23-year-old redshirted as a freshman and was a four-year starter for the Bears. Radebaugh’s trajectory as a player is uncommon since he was a walk-on, whose initial role was as a defensive stopper and glass cleaner at 6-foot-3, and a [ . . . ]

Killian Hayes

New York Knicks’ Needs and Possible Picks

June 24, 2020 Toyloy Brown III 0

The 2019-2020 New York Knicks again have another season marred with mediocrity and turnover. With the NBA allowing the top-22 teams to resume a shortened season in Disney World, the Knicks end the season with a 21-45 overall record, sixth worst in the NBA. Any team with a record that poor has either been cursed with injuries to players for long stretches or does not [ . . . ]