Sam Van Rossom is a Belgium point guard who has emerged this season as an extremely solid presence for the domestic powerhouse Telindus Oostende. This past weekend he scored 21 points in the Belgium league leading Oostende over Dexia Mons-Hainaut, and leads his team in scoring on the season with 11.9 points per game. Standing 6-1, hes a pretty strong, albeit not particularly athletic playmaker. He stands out with his maturity and basketball IQ. The guy plays beyond his years, he knows the game, shows very nice positioning, and hes not afraid of making plays. A solid perimeter shooter, he shows range out to the three point line. He can also attack his opponent, preferably using his right, showing nice ball-handling skills and the ability to net floaters. A solid passer, hes not greatly creative, but can recognize opportunities on the floor. He struggles a bit on defense, where his athletic shortcomings get more exposed (and he doesnt even try that hard to make up for them). Born in 1986 and therefore automatically eligible, hes not draft material, but rather a nice player for the international scene.