Freddie Dilione

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: PGFROM: TennesseeHT: 6-5WT: 185
BORN: NAYEAR: Fr.WING: NAREACH: NA

Draft Notes

Dilione is a big point guard/combo guard who has the ability to control the pace of play and run the show on offense, while contributing in all aspects of the game.

A possible one and done or two year player at Tennessee.

A high level passer and facilitator who understands how to run an offense. A steadying influence on the court.

Plays both ends. Brings a lot of intensity, leadership and passion.

A very solid athlete. Not an elite high flyer but has plenty of bounce and good speed in the open court.

A creative finisher in the lane who has a lot of wiggle and can get into the paint. Doesn’t have an elite first step but his ball-handling and pace make him hard to stop.

Has a nice mid range game and good shooting form. Not yet a high volume 3pt shooter but can hit from outside.


Comparisons

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Draft Projection

possible first round pick in the 2024 NBA Draft or 2025 NBA Draft

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2025 PG Rankings

  1. Nolan Traore – 6-4 – France
  2. Egor Demin – 6-7 – BYU (Russia)
  3. Johnuel Fland – 6-3 – Arkansas
  4. Caleb Foster – 6-4 – Duke
  5. Tahaad Pettiford – 6-1 – Auburn
  6. Tyrese Proctor – 6-4 – Duke (Australia)
  7. Kasparas Jakucionis – 6-5 – Illinois (Lithuania)
  8. Garway Dual – 6-5 – NA
  9. Xaivian Lee – 6-3 – Princeton (Canada)
  10. Labaron Philon – 6-3 – Alabama
  11. Elmarko Jackson – 6-3 – Kansas
  12. Kanaan Carlyle – 6-2 – Indiana
  13. Kylan Boswell – 6-2 – Illinois
  14. Bruce Thornton – 6-2 – Ohio State
  15. Freddie Dilione – 6-5 – Penn State
  16. Miro Little – 6-4 – NA (Finland)
  17. Aden Holloway – 6-1 – Alabama
  18. Jan Vide – 6-6 – UCLA (Slovenia)
  19. Dajuan Harris Jr. – 6-1 – Kansas
  20. Elliot Cadeau – 6-1 – North Carolina
  21. RJ Davis – 6-0 – North Carolina
  22. Zoom Diallo – 6-4 – Washington
  23. Jaden Bradley – 6-2 – Arizona
  24. Donovan Dent – 6-2 – New Mexico
  25. Aidan Mahaney – 6-3 – UConn
  26. Jackson Shelstad – 6-0 – Oregon
  27. Dylan Andrews – 6-4 – UCLA
  28. Taran Armstrong – 6-5 – NBL (Tasmania)
  29. Layden Blocker – 6-2 – Arkansas
  30. Sergio de Larrea – 6-6 – Spain
  31. Skyy Clark – 6-2 – UCLA
  32. Ryan Nembhard – 6-0 – Gonzaga
  33. Jabari Phillips – 6-3 – Arizona
  34. Jeremy Fears – 6-2 – Michigan State
  35. Nolan Hickman – 6-2 – Gonzaga
  36. Chance Westry – 6-5 – Syracuse