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4 - Amric Fields

TCU 

  • Birthday: 11/5/91
  • NBA Position: Small Forward
  • Class: Junior
  • Ht: 6-9
  • Wt: 220
  • Hometown: Oklahoma City, OK
  • High School: Putnam West
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NBA Comparison: Tyler Honeycutt

Strengths: Long, athletic wing prospect who shows a good deal of upside ... Has a beautiful outside shooting stroke ... Above average run/jump athlete who will flush it if he gets an angle to the basket ... Good speed and fluidity makes him a strong transition player ... Shot has excellent form. gets feet set quickly, on balance, and shows the range to hit shots consistently from college 3 ... Shows good speed off the dribble, usually beating slower, less athletic forwards off the bounce and has nice finishing ability on runners in the lane ... Shows some ability to post up and play with his back to the basket ... Likes to roam out to the perimeter, where he is a quality catch and shoot threat ... Can be a factor as a shot blocker with his length ...

Weaknesses: Needs to get stronger/tougher ... Doesn't always play with a high level of intensity, particularly defensively. Should look to become more assertive as a scorer now that he's an upperclassman ... Already the age of a senior going into his junior season, so his upside will be questioned to a degree due to being older ... Defensively, he doesn't show the desire or technique that he should. His length and athleticism would allow him to be an above average defender if he put his mind to it ... Seems to struggle to live up to his potential and talent level some ... Shot just 34% from 3 as a sophomore which is suprising considering his shooting form. Needs to cut out the off balance fadaway shots and focus on better shot selection, and always taking on balance shots ... Rebounding needs to improve, just 2.5 per game as a sophomore, though in limited minutes ... Playing in the Mountain West will make it more difficult for him to convince scouts that he can accomplish the same feats consistently against higher level athletes ...

Notes: Came off the bench as a sophomore and won the Mountain West Conference 6th man of the year award averaging 9.6 ppg in just 21.2 mpg ... Will look to become the Horned Frogs main player in his junior year ...

Aran Smith 9/17/12

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