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DJ Wilson missed much of the last year due to injury but is still drawing major recruiting interest from across the country. The 6-foot-8 forward is currently on an official visit to Columbia and will visit Gonzaga and Michigan in the next two weeks. Wilson has drawn comparisons to Austin Daye due to his length and shooting ability at the four spot. We took the time to breakdown some film of Wilson from this July in the scouting video and detailed report below.
Find our full scouting report after the jump.
Strengths: Watching Wilson play, everything starts with his jumpshot. His form is picturesque and quick and his consistency was impressive in the film that we watched. He loved shooting corner threes but was comfortable at the top of the key as well and even knocked down a handful of mid-range jumpers.
A lot of players have a jump shot but not many have the size and length that Wilson does. At 6-foot-8, pushing 6-foot-9, he has incredibly long arms which allow him to get his sho...
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