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2006 NBA DRAFT PROFILE

NBA Draft | NBA Mock Draft | 2006 Draft Profiles | Message Board

By Jeff Fox

foxyjj@sympatico.ca

 

NBA Draft: Marcus Williams

 

College: Connecticut

Class: Junior

Stats: http://sports.espn.go.com/ncb/player/profile?playerId=15343

Position: PG

Height: 6’3”

Weight: 205lbs

Accolades: Big East Most Improved Player (05), All Big-East Third Team (05), USA Men’s Under 21 Team (05).

Scouting Report: A lightning quick, pass first point guard with NBA size.

Strengths: Passing.  Williams has taken advantage of his talented teammates in college and drops quite a few dimes.  Has good size for an NBA point guard.  Is a good rebounder and a great free throw shooter.  Great decision maker on the fast break and a textbook floor general.

Weaknesses: Not much of a scorer.  Shoots for a very low percentage from the field.  Well publicized off court legal problems will have many GMs questioning his character.

Projected 2006 Draft Range: Late first round to early second round pick.

Consensus:  Williams will have to work on his outside shot to be a great NBA player, or teams will slack off of him and limit his driving ability.  His point guard skills will translate well into the pro game.  How much his legal woes will hurt his stock is hard to say.

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