NBA Draft Profile: Acie Law

    
March 25th, 2007

NBA Draft: Acie Law IV

 

College: Texas A&M

Class: SClass: Senior

Stats: ESPN.com 

 

Position: PG

Height: 6”3”

Weight: 195lbs

 

Accolades:  Naismith Trophy finalist (07), First Team All-American – The Sporting News, ESPN.com, NABC and USBWA (07), First Team All-Big 12 (07), Third Team All-Big 12 (06), Honorable Mention All-Big 12 (05), Big 12 All-Improved Team (05), Honorable Mention prep All-American – high school (03).

 

Scouting Report:  The top point guard prospect in this year’s draft.

 

Strengths: Lightning quick – can blow by his man to create a shot for himself of kick it to a teammate.  Great ball handler.  Can score with both hands.  Very effective fast breaking or setting up in a half court offense.  Clutch performer – the type of player coaches want the ball in the hands of with the game on the line.  Great leader.  Very experienced player who played in a big time conference.  Good defender.

 

Weaknesses: Not a real strong three-point threat – shot for a good average his senior year but didn’t take too many.  Not big time leaper – won’t be taking it to the hole and dunking on anyone.   

 

Projected 2007 Draft Range: Lottery pick.

 

Consensus:  Law has solidified himself as the top point guard prospect in the draft after another spectacular year with the Aggies.  As him body and his game matures, Law should become a clutch player in the NBA.

 

 

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