Jaylin Williams

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: CFROM: ArkansasHT: 6-10WT: 240
BORN: NAYEAR: SoWING: NAREACH: NA

Draft Notes

Jaylin Williams is a hard working do-it-all center who has great intangibles and makes winning plays. His impact on the game doesn’t always show up on the stat sheet but he’s a high level prospect who has NBA scouts attention.

Jaylin thinks the game at a high level and is a really heady defender. He’s solid one on one and also offers great help defense (and draws a ton of charges). He has quick hands and a knack for swiping the ball and is a decent rim protector as well, although he’s a bit undersized by NBA standards.

Jaylin isn’t a player who needs the ball in his hands much and is very effective at setting screens and playing team offense, without the need to look for his shot. He’s a solid offensive rebounder an a good overall glue-guy who does the dirty work.

He has good mobility and gets up and down the court well. Has decent feet and does a good job of guarding out in space.

Shows promise to become a capable floor spacer in time. Has pretty good shooting form and is starting to expand his range.


Comparisons

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Draft Projection

late first to mid second round pick in the 2022 NBA Draft or 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