Bobby Brown: NBA Draft Profile

May 15th, 2007

NBA Draft: Bobby Brown


College: Fullerton

Class: Senior



Position: PG

Height: 6’2”

Weight: 175lbs


Accolades: First Team All-Big West (07), Big West All-Tournament Team (07), First Team All-Big West (06), Honorable Mention All-Big West (05), Big West Conference Freshman of the Year (04).


Scouting Report: An explosive scoring point guard.


Strengths: A lights-out three-point shooter – hit over 300 in his college career.  Also shoots it for a respectable percentage – 37.7% for his career.  Able to hit threes with a man on him.  Can create his own shot.  Very fast pushing the ball up the floor.  Can also blow by his man.  Good leaping ability.  Good playmaker – over 500 assist for his collegiate career.  Very solid free throw shooter.


Weaknesses: Didn’t play his college ball in a big conference.  Needs to take better care of the ball – averaged over three turnovers a game each of his last three seasons.  Needs to add some weight/strength for the pro game.  May actually be closer to 6’1” – a little short for the NBA.


Projected 2007 Draft Range:  Early to mid second round pick.


Consensus:  Brown is looking to join Pape Sow and Bruce Bowen as the third Titans’ player currently in the NBA.  His deadly outside shot and good speed will make it almost certain he’ll hear his name called draft night.  Whether or not he can elevate his game from a smaller NCAA conference to the NBA is the question.


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