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2005 NBA DRAFT PROFILE: DANNY GRANGER


 by Justin Voccola

justin_voccola@yahoo.com

NBA Draft Profile: Danny Granger  

 

 

  

College: New Mexico

Class: Senior

Stats: ESPN Statistics

 

Height: 6-8

Weight: 225 lbs.

 

Accolades: 2003-2004: First Team All-Mountain West Conference

 

Scouting Report:

 

Inside-outside guy… competes hard all the time… very underrated on the college level… could be a sleeper in the draft… lacks athleticism of other top prospects…

 

Strengths: Versatility, strength, competitiveness

 

Weaknesses: Athleticism, could be more assertive

 

Projected Draft Range: 12 to 20th

 

Statistics: Projected Granger Rookie & Career Stats

Player News: Read the latest national media articles on Danny Granger

Siegel's Take - Top 30 Scouting Reports

“Granger played the best ball of his whole career in this year’s MWC tournament, leading New Mexico into the Big Dance. Statistically, he does it all and has done it all for the past three seasons. He’s worked hard over the years to extend his range, as he used to score almost every one of his baskets down low. Granger usually has a knack for getting to the free-throw line, and he backs that up by being a very solid 75% free-throw shooter. Perhaps the thing that jumps off his stat sheet the most is that he averaged over 2 blocks and 2 steals per game as a senior. These numbers are not really inflated by playing against lesser talent, but he just is a very intense and focused defender. Granger is the best of the senior forwards (Warrick, Simien, Graham) and should drop no lower than 20th.”

 

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= Potential NBA All-Star

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= Fringe NBA Player/12th Man

0 stars = Life in the Minor Leagues

 

 

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