Every week I will be rolling out in-depth scouting reports on the top prospects in the 2021 NBA Draft.
I’ll go in-depth on player strengths, weaknesses, statistical strengths and weaknesses, and rank key player attributes for each player.
We kick this week off with the three top players on our Big Board:
Bottom line: Cunningham is one of the most complete prospects I’ve scouted in the past decade. As a big, ball handling wing he plays the most coveted position in the NBA, he has elite size and feel for the game and even his weaknesses aren’t major concerns for NBA scouts. He’s the type of high-ceiling, high-floor prospect that could be a franchise cornerstone for a team.
Read the FULL SCOUTING REPORT on Cade Cunningham here
F/C, USC, FRESHMAN
Age 19.7 | 7'0" | 215 | Wingspan 7’4”
Birthdate: Jun 18, 2001
Bottom line: Mobley is the unique 7-footer who can be a dominant scorer and rim protector in the NBA. While he needs to add significant strength and keep his motor revved, there are very few big men with his versatile skill set and defensive potential.
Read the FULL SCOUTING REPORT on Evan Mobley here
G, GONZAGA, FRESHMAN
Age 19.8 | 6'4" | 204 | Wingspan 6’5”
Birthdate: Jun 23, 2001
Bottom line: Suggs is a natural leader who excels with the ball in his hands at the end of games. He can score from anywhere on the floor, defends both backcourt positions and cares about winning more than his own stats. His decision-making and fearlessness make him an ideal guard to build a team around. He has the highest “It” factor of any player in the draft. His presence on and off the court is compelling.
Read the FULL SCOUTING REPORT on Jalen Suggs here
You can find the full collection of 2021 NBA Draft Scouting Reports here