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Jordan Hall

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: SFFROM: St. JoesHT: 6-8WT: 210
BORN: NAYEAR: So.WING: NAREACH: NA

Draft Notes

After initially entering the 2021 NBA draft and potentially transferring to Texas A&M Jordan Hall is returning to St. Joes for his sophomore season.

Hall had a monster freshman season for the Hawks averaging 10.6ppg, 5.9rbs and an outstanding 5.7 assists per game. He’ll look to build on this early success while showing NBA scouts some new wrinkles to his game.

Hall is a capable 3pt shooter who hit 35% from downtown as a freshman – he also hit 76% from the FT line. Both of these are solid numbers but also have room for improvement.

Perhaps the biggest area of improvement for Hall will be increasing his athleticism, speed and burst. He’s got a solid frame and enough athleticism to get by but isn’t particularly fast in the open court and doesn’t have blow-by speed. He’ll never be an elite run/jump athlete but should be able to add some athleticism.

Hall is listed here as a small forward but in many ways is a jumbo point guard with uncanny court vision. He sees the play before it happens and passes teammates open. He makes great hit-ahead passes and is always playing with his head up. This great passing at his size, along with his lack of ideal foot-speed remind me of Kyle Anderson.


Comparisons

  • Kyle Anderson

Draft Projection

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

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2022 SF Rankings

  1. Ousmane Dieng – 6-10 – France
  2. Adrian Griffin Jr. – 6-6 – Duke
  3. Tari Eason – 6-8 – LSU
  4. Kendall Brown – 6-6 – Baylor
  5. Wendell Moore Jr. – 6-6 – Duke
  6. Caleb Houstan – 6-8 – Michigan (Canada)
  7. Josh Minott – 6-8 – Memphis
  8. Dereon Seabron – 6-7 – NC State
  9. Justin Lewis – 6-7 – Marquette
  10. Jared Rhoden – 6-6 – Seton Hall
  11. Aminu Mohammed – 6-5 – Georgetown
  12. Gabe Brown – 6-8 – Michigan State
  13. Payton Watson – 6-9 – UCLA
  14. Jordan Hall – 6-8 – St. Joe’s
  15. Julian Champagnie – 6-8 – St. Johns
  16. Jabari Walker – 6-8 – Colorado
  17. Vince Williams Jr. – 6-6 – VCU
  18. Johnny Juzang – 6-7 – UCLA
  19. Jermaine Samuels – 6-7 – Villanova
  20. Hyunjung Lee – 6-7 – Davidson (South Korea)
  21. Gui Santos – 6-8 – Brazil
  22. Luke Travers – 6-7 – Australia
  23. Fanbo Zeng – 6-9 – G League Ignite (China)
  24. Landers Nolley II – 6-7 – Memphis
  25. Keyontae Johnson – 6-5 – Florida