Jahvon Blair, 6-4 PG/SG, Brampton, 1998
-Solid size for a combo guard at 6-4. Still thin but has added eight pounds since the 2015 BioSteel game.
-Can play on or off the ball.
-Went off for 31 points leading his team to a comeback victory in the BioSteel game.
-Shot-maker, especially off the catch. Low release point but gets good rotation. Nice touch.
-Operates at different speeds. Has some creativity as a ball handler. Uses stutter steps. Will use Rondo-esque fakes.
-Nice touch on floaters.
-Very capable playmaker. Has some vision.
-Willing to mix it up on the glass.
-Plays with a lot of confidence.
-Lacks length with a 6' 4 wingspan.
-Average frame 176 pounds at 18 years old.
-Not the most explosive athlete. Relies more on change of speeds and deception. Doesn't always turn the corner. Strides aren't overly long. Relies on tough floaters.
-Has a tendency to get a bit wild. Will drive into traffic and throw up off balance layups. Can improve his decision making.
-Streaky shooter with a low release point. More comfortable off the catch than the dribble at this stage. Shoots a set shot.
-Very left hand (his strong hand) dominant.
-More of a scorer than a playmaker at this stage.
-Doesn't have much defensive potential with his lack of length and frame. Can improve his focus and intensity on that end.
-A year old for his class will turn 20 at the end of his freshman season in college.
Outlook Blair exploded in the BooSteel Game leading his team to victory while helping his stock as a college prospect in the process. The 6-4 uncommitted guard can really fill it up, mixing in jumpers and floaters, while showing potential as a playmaker. His long-term upside is a bit limited given his lack of length and elite explosiveness, but he figures to be a very productive college player who could develop into an NBA prospect in time.