NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT
Corey Kispert is a 3pt marksman who might be the best shooter in the draft class. He can get spicy hot from downtown and is deadly accurate when given space to shoot. He also has a very quick release and doesn’t need much time or space to get his shot off.
Corey has shown huge improvement over the years at Gonzaga, not just with his shooting but with his cutting, driving and overall offensive package. He’s never going to be an elite above the rim player or high end athlete but he’s got enough burst to hold his own at the NBA level and good strength as well.
His strong build helps him hold his own on the boards and guarding wings and forwards, although he’ll probably never be a real standout on defense.
Corey is one of the safer bets in the mid first round but certainly not the highest upside player. His shooting should translate, he’s a good decision maker and knows his role and will be a valuable piece of a NBA team.
Some boards have him as mid lottery pick but for me the upside is a bit too limited for that valuation. He gets a mid first round grade and will be especially valuable to an established team looking for a 3pt sniper.
- Joe Harris
- Martell Webster
Late lottery to mid first round pick in the 2021 NBA Draft
2021 Small Forwards
- Scottie Barnes – 6-9 – Florida State
- Jonathan Kuminga – 6-7 – G League (Congo)
- Jalen Johnson – 6-9 – Duke
- Franz Wagner – 6-9 – Michigan (Germany)
- Corey Kispert – 6-7 – Gonzaga
- Trey Murphy III – 6-9 – Virginia
- Vrenz Bleijenbergh – 6-10 – Belgium
- Ziaire Williams – 6-9 – Stanford
- Aaron Henry – 6-6 – Michigan State
- Herb Jones – 6-8 – Alabama
- Isaiah Livers – 6-7 – Michigan
- Kessler Edwards – 6-8 – Pepperdine
- Chris Smith – 6-9 – UCLA
- Eugene Omoruyi – 6-6 – Oregon
- Sam Hauser – 6-8 – Virginia
- Trendon Watford – 6-8 – LSU
- Derrick Alston Jr. – 6-9 – Boise State
- Alex Antetokounmpo – 6-7 – USA
- Emmitt Mathews Jr. – 6-7 – West Virginia