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33 - Dior Lowhorn

USF 

  • Birthday: Unknown
  • NBA Position: Power Forward
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-7
  • Wt: 230
  • Hometown: San Francisco, CA
  • High School: Berkeley
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NBA Comparison: Stephen Graham/ David Bluthenthal

Strengths: He is an undersized college power forward who was able to use his amazing strength and mid-range game to his advantage to be one of the most prolific scorers in the WCC the past three years … Averaged more than 18 ppg and 6 rpg in three years at San Francisco … Good mid-range numbers as he shot 47% throughout his 4-year career and is an over 80% free throw shooter ... Enjoys physical play and will have to be a blue-collar type player to have a place in the NBA, was able to play multiple positions on the floor in college (small and power forward as well as center at times for USF) …

Weaknesses: Lowhorn is an undersized forward who will need to improve his lateral speed to be effective at the next level. With his strength at 6’6 he must be able to guard players that are taller than him because as a wing player he does not possess the speed or the jumping ability of his counterparts in the NBA ... Must work on his overall perimeter play; ball-handling, passing and outside shooting (shot less than 30% from the college 3 point line) ... While being voted All-WCC first team, his numbers are down from his junior to senior year (from 20.3 pts/game to 18.4 and rebounds from 7.6 to 6.5 per game). This may not entirely be his fault as USF had some of the worst perimeter players in the nation ... Must be able to prove he can transition from a PF in college to a SF in the NBA. Lack of perimeter skills and foot speed make that a big challenge ...

Notes: Only player to ever play for both Bobby Knight and Eddie Sutton, also played under 3 coaches in 3 years after transferring from Texas Tech to San Francisco … Who knows how his career would have turned had he stayed with the Red Raiders instead of enduring the coaching turmoil at the University of San Francisco career … During his tenure at the University of San Francisco was all 3 years 1st team All WCC

Eric Guilleminault 4/6/10


Dior Lowhorn Interview

YouTube Clip - 06/03/2010

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