Jamarion Sharp

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: CFROM: Western KentuckyHT: 7-5WT: 235
BORN: NAYEAR: Sr.WING: NAREACH: NA

Draft Notes

Sharp is obviously incredibly tall and big but what stands out about him is his mobility at that size. It’s not every day you see a 7-5 player move the way he does. Sharp has good running form, changes ends well and is light on his feet. We’ve seen some other really tall dudes try to make it in the league but none that had Sharpe’s level of fluid athleticism.

The JUCO transfer had a strong season at Western Kentucky hitting an absurd 73% from the field for 8.2 points per game. He posted an impressive 4.6 blocks per game and really made his presence felt on the defensive end of the court.

In the NBA he’ll be asked to do a few things, namely rebounding and defending the rim. He’s not useful on the offensive end besides cleaning up the glass for some put-backs but could bring enough value as a defender to get a long look from NBA teams.


Comparisons

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Draft Projection

possible second round pick in the 2023 NBA Draft

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2023 Center Rankings

  1. Victor Wembanyama – 7-2 – France
  2. Kel’el Ware – 7-0 – Oregon
  3. Dereck Lively – 7-0 – Duke
  4. James Nnaji – 6-10 – Barcelona (Nigeria)
  5. Oscar Tshiebwe – 6-9 – Kentucky (Congo)
  6. Yohan Traore – 6-10 – Prolific Prep (France)
  7. Armando Bacot – 6-9 – UNC
  8. Kenneth Lofton Jr. – 6-7 – LA Tech
  9. Vincent Iwuchukwu – 7-0 – USC
  10. Jamarion Sharp – 7-5 – W. Kentucky
  11. Zach Edey – 7-4 – Purdue
  12. Hunter Dickenson – 7-1 – Michigan
  13. Dilan Anderson – 7-0 – Arizona
  14. Clifford Omoruyi – 6-11 – Rutgers (Nigeria) 
  15. Jonathan Tchamwa.T… – 6-8 – Baylor (Cameroon)
  16. Zvonimir Ivisic – 7-3 – Croatia
  17. Nfaly Dante – 7-0 – Oregon (Mali)
  18. Oumar Ballo – 6-10 – Arizona (Mali) 
  19. Ariel Hukporti – 6-11 – Germany
  20. Tristan Vukcevic – 6-10 – Serbia
  21. Franck Kepnang – 6-11- Oregon (Cameroon)
  22. Charles Bediako – 6-11 – Alabama (Canada)
  23. Moussa Cisse – 6-11 – NA (Guinea) 
  24. Enoch Boakye – 6-10 – Arizona State (Canada)
  25. Mady Sissoko – 6-10 – Michigan State (Mali)
  26. Jerrell Colbert – 6-10 – LSU
  27. Bretner Mutombo – 6-9 – Congo
  28. Will Baker – 7-0 – Nevada
  29. Ryan Mutombo – 6-11 – Georgetown