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1 - Scottie Reynolds

Villanova 

  • Birthday: 10/10/87
  • NBA Position: Point Guard
  • Class: Senior
  • Ht: 6-1
  • Wt: 185
  • Hometown: Herndon, VA
  • High School: Herndon
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Overall

85

2010

NBA Comparison: N/A

Strengths: A 4 year, scoring machine out of Villanova, this Big East Player of the Year candidate has been the a huge part of the offense for his team the past few years... Quick first step with a good, not great handle, uses creative and crafty moves to find enough space to get a shot off ... Great touch and feel for the basket allows him to hit off balance, awkward shots without needing to square up ... Quick and elusive with the ball, seems he can get off a shot every time he touches it ... Has a nice pull up mid-range game, as well as deep range, whether its spotting up or shooting off the dribble ... His shooting percentages have risen from his junior to senior year, illustrating his improved shot selection which has been questioned in the past ... Still, remains a dangerous threat to get hot and score in bunches ... Because he can get into the lane so easily, he opens things up for others ... His impressive body control allows him to make tough shots and convert after contact when driving into the lane ... he has shown nice improvement in his decision making and all around game in his senior year becoming a Big East POY candidate ...

Weaknesses: Another case of a great college player who lacks a position at the next level ... He's more of a scorer than a playmaking point guard, but he's too undersized to play the 2 in the NBA ... He's quick but not explosive, and just because he makes tough shots doesn't mean he's a great athlete ... He's not much of a passer, averaging just over 3 assists per game... Even when he does open things up by penetrating, he's often the one shooting the ball when sometimes there are better options available, especially in the NBA where he wont be able to finish in the lane as easily ... Defensively, one on one he is a liability in college, and it won't get any easier at the next level ... If he guards the 1, opponents are likely to blow by him, and he's not big or athletic enough to guard the 2 in the NBA

Overall:
His ability to score is unquestioned ... He's had multiple 40 point games in a tough Big East, and shown the ability to carry a team on his back ... However, he's way too undersized to be that type of scorer at the next level, and he just hasn't shown he's a good enough playmaker at the point to run an NBA team ... Defensively he's not athletic enough to keep up with point guards, and lacks height to guard bigger and stronger shooting guards ... He entered his name in the draft last year, but didn't receive great feedback, resulting in his return to college for his senior year ... It would enhance his chances of being drafted in the 2nd round if Nova' made a run in this year's big dance ...

Jon Wasserman 3/11/10

Strengths: A prolific scorer on the college level capable of big scoring outputs (ie. his 40 point performance in his freshman season against UConn) ... Very quick first step allows him to blow by opponents and get to into the paint ... Very strong one on one player with the ability to get shots against most opponents at any time ... Shows a high level of competitiveness and a scorers mentality ... Very crafty at creating midrange shots. Scores on runners and pull ups, utilizing the glass well ... Has solid range and 3 point shooting ability ... Hustles for loose balls and gives solid effort on both ends ... Came into Villanova and instantly became a starter showing good composure and earning Big East Freshman of the Year ...

Weaknesses: Lacks great point guard skills. More a 2-guard with just average ball handling and passing ability ... Plays better off the ball. His vision and ability to manage a team and fully handle the point guard duties are questionable ... Must cut down on turnovers ... Shorter than his listed height, (he's closer to 6-0 than 6-2) and on the small side to play NBA PG ... Not a phenomenal athlete, his quickness is great but he lacks great explosiveness to finish at the rim or make up for his size disadvantage ... Shot selection is not always great and his shooting percentages must improve. Can get caught up trying to do too much and force ill-advised shots ...

Aran Smith - 12/5/2007

SEASON
TEAM
MIN
PTS
REB
AST
TO
A/T
STL
BLK
PF
FG%
FT%
3P%
PPS
2006-07 VILL 29.6 14.8 2.8 4 3.1 1.3 1.4 0.1 2.6 0.387 0.824 0.376 1.36
2007-08 VILL 32.5 15.9 3.1 3.2 3.1 1.06 1.5 2.1 0.412 0.779 0.383 1.39
2008-09 VILL 32.2 15.2 2.9 3.4 2.6 1.28 1.6 0.1 2.3 0.4 0.815 0.349 1.38
2009-10 VILL 30.3 18.2 2.7 3.3 2.6 1.24 1.5 0.1 2.1 0.457 0.838 0.385 1.52
PerGame 31.2 16.0 2.9 3.5 2.8 1.2 1.5 0.1 2.3 0.414 0.814 0.373 1.41

SEASON
TEAM
GP
MIN
FG
FGA
FTM
FTA
3PM
3PA
PTS
OFF
DEF
TOT
AST
TO
STL
BLK
PF
2006-07 VILL 33 978 139 359 145 176 64 170 487 12 82 94 133 102 46 4 86
2007-08 VILL 35 1139 164 398 148 190 79 206 555 17 90 107 113 107 51 1 75
2008-09 VILL 38 1223 168 420 167 205 75 215 578 20 89 109 128 100 59 4 88
2009-10 VILL 33 1000 181 396 171 204 69 179 602 17 72 89 108 87 51 4 68
Totals 139 4340 652 1573 631 775 287 770 2222 66 333 399 482 396 207 13 317

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