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By Jeff Fox


NBA Draft: Jordan Farmar


College: UCLA

Class: Sophomore



Position: PG

Height: 6’2”

Weight: 180bs

Accolades: McDonald’s All-American (high school) (04), Pac-10 Freshman of the Year (05), All-Pac-10 Honorable Mention (05), All-Pac-10 (06).

Scouting Report: Prototypical point guard with great court vision and feel for the game.

Strengths: Great vision – can find teammates and help create scoring opportunities for them.  Can penetrate easily and dish off or find his own shot.  Great leader – very poised.   Decent outside shooter.   Good scorer.  Decent rebounder for a point guard.  Quick hands gets him some steals.

Weaknesses: Turnover prone – averages close to 4 turnovers a game for his career.  Needs to work on his defensive skills.  Needs to get stronger physically.  Not an off the chart athlete.  Despite experienced gained in this year’s tourney, is still a very inexperienced player.

Projected 2006 Draft Range: Late first round pick.

Consensus:  Farmar’s very strong NCAA tourney play has improved his draft stock.  He definitely could use at least another year in college to work on his game, and he will probably withdraw his name from the draft.  Still, with this being a weak draft for point guards, and Farmar having very solid point guard skills, maybe this is the year for him to go pro.


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