2016 NBA Draft Index, Vol. 1

Scouting the top Draft prospects in the NCAA.
by January 30, 2016
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As the college basketball season crosses the mid-point, there is a pretty good sample size to evaluate the best prospects in the college game. This class on paper pales in comparison to the past two groups of draft picks.

We find each lottery hopeful with a hole in his game to fill.

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2) Kris Dunn, 21, Junior,ย 6-4, PG, Providence

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Quality point guards are in high demand at the next level and the New London, CT, product is the best in the country. Dunn can really pass the basketball, dropping dimes like no other. He's fantastic at utilizing pace with the dribble to get open or on the finish. A plus defender. Dunn contributes 16.9 points per game, 6.3 rebounds and 7.1 assists per contest. He shooting 46.2 percent from the field and 37.3 percent from beyond the arc, but only 34 percent proficiency from midrange. Must continue to develop his jump shot.