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Today, the NBA Draft Blog Scouting Report looks at another underclassman who is thrown their name into the NBA Draft, with the intention of staying in – Washington’s sophomore scorer, Terrence Ross. Ross has great scoring ability and is a fantastic perimeter shooter, but is his game ready for the NBA? Let’s take a look at Terrence Ross:
Terrence Ross, Washington – Sophomore
Guard - 6'6, 195
16.4 ppg, 6.4 rpg, 45.7% FG, 77.4% FT, 37.1% 3FG
Perimeter Shooting- Ross has all the traits of a good perimeter jumper. He has a quick, high release, gets good rotation and arc on his shot and he has very good range. He is best when he is able to get set and catch and shoot. He does a good job creating space with his dribble and shot fakes, though he needs to watch his tendency to fade away when he shoots his jumper off the dribble. Ross moves well without the ball and does a good job finding holes in the defense. He also does a good job using screens to get op...
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