NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT
|POSITION: SF||FROM: France||HT: 6-8||WT: 195|
|BORN: 7/26/04||YEAR: Int.04||WING: 7-2||REACH: NA|
Coulibaly is an upside athlete with awesome physical tools. He’s a long, springy, bouncy athlete with great open court speed and above the rim ability. While his game is still raw and unrefined he’s starting to put it all together and putting up nice numbers in the top league in France.
On the offensive end Coulibaly is a slasher, cutter and instinctive scorer. He’s developing the ball handling/driving ability to take advantage of his impressive speed and hops. He loves to get downhill and has impressive deceleration ability, letting the defender fly by, before going up to score. Has a great euro-step in the lane and creative finishing ability.
His outside shooting is an area that will need improvement. He can hit the 3 but needs to sped up his shot and get more consistent.
Coulibaly is a versatile and disruptive defender who uses his elite athletic tools and freaky length to pester ball handlers and disrupt passing lanes. He does a great job of fighting over screens and gives great effort on the defensive end.
Easily passes the eye test. Glides around the court with smooth athleticism, making other players look like they’re moving in slow motion. Has a chance to be special.
- baby Giannis
- a taller, longer Gerald Green
lottery to mid first round pick in the 2023 NBA Draft
2023 SF Rankings
- Brandon Miller – 6-8 – Alabama
- Bilal Coulibaly – 6-8 – France
- Cam Whitmore – 6-7 – Villanova
- Gradey Dick – 6-7 – Kansas
- Rayan Rupert – 6-7 – France
- Sidy Cissoko – 6-7 – G League Ignite (France)
- Brice Sensabaugh – 6-6 – Ohio State
- Maxwell Lewis – 6-7 – Pepperdine
- Dariq Whitehead – 6-5 – Duke
- Jaime Jaquez Jr. – 6-7 – UCLA
- Colby Jones – 6-6 – Xavier
- Andre Jackson – 6-6 – UConn
- Jordan Walsh – 6-7 – Arkansas
- Julian Phillips – 6-7 – Tennessee
- Seth Lundy – 6-6 – Penn State
- Keyontae Johnson – 6-5 – Kansas State
- Emoni Bates – 6-8 1/2 – Eastern Michigan
- Jordan Miller – 6-7 – Miami
- Kobe Brown – 6-8 – Missouri
- Jalen Wilson – 6-7 – Kansas
- Jalen Slawson – 6-7 – Furman
- Alex Fudge – 6-8 – Florida
- Matthew Mayer – 6-9 – Illinois