Jordan Longino

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: SG SFFROM: VillanovaHT: 6-5WT: 200
BORN: NAYEAR: So.WING: NAREACH: NA

Draft Notes

Jordan Longino is a sweet shooting scoring guard with a strong, low center of gravity frame. His calling card at the next level and the skill that makes him an NBA draft prospect is his 3pt shooting.

Longino can shoot off the dribble and hit pull up 3 pointers, showing a pure stoke and an effortless release. He’s a lethal catch and shoot player who is elite at hitting the corner 3.

The next step in his game will be developing his handles and ability to create offense for himself and his teammates.

Longino does most of his scoring from 3 and from mid range, where he does a great job of getting to his spots and creating space with step back jumpers. He does a nice job of using jab steps and ball fakes to create space, making up for the fact that he doesn’t have elite burst or blow-by speed.

As an athlete Longino is a bit stiff and doesn’t have elite above the rim ability. He’s got the size and strength to hold his own defensively but doesn’t have elite foot-speed or great hips.


Comparisons

  • Nick Anderson
  • Buddy Hield
  • Wesley Mathews

Draft Projection

possible draft pick in the 2023 NBA Draft or 2024 NBA Draft

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2023 Shooting Guards

  1. Nick Smith – 6-4 – Arkansas
  2. Keyonte George – 6-5 – Baylor
  3. Amen Thompson – 6-6 – Overtime Elite
  4. Ausar Thompson – 6-6 – Overtime Elite
  5. Matthew Cleveland – 6-7 – Florida State
  6. Terquavion Smith – 6-4 – NC State
  7. Chris Livingston – 6-5 – Kentucky 
  8. Amari Bailey – 6-4 – UCLA
  9. Nikola Durišić – 6-8 – Serbia
  10. Cason Wallace – 6-3 – Kentucky
  11. Harrison Ingram – 6-8 – Stanford
  12. Caleb Love – 6-3 – UNC
  13. Hunter Sallis – 6-4 – Gonzaga
  14. Marcus Sasser – 6-2 – Houston
  15. Jalen Warley – 6-5 – Florida State
  16. Kowacie Reeves – 6-6 – Florida
  17. Fedor Zugic – 6-6 – Montenegro
  18. Baylor Scheierman – 6-6- Creighton
  19. Dominick Harris – 6-4 – Gonzaga
  20. Rayan Rupert – 6-7 – France
  21. Arterio Morris – 6-4 – Texas
  22. Adam Flagler – 6-3 – Baylor
  23. Allen Flanigan 6-6 – Auburn
  24. Jalen Hood-Schifino – 6-5 – Indiana
  25. Isiaih Mosely – 6-5 – Missouri
  26. Kadary Richmond – 6-5 – Seton Hall
  27. Jayson Tchicamboud – 6-5 – France
  28. Davonte Davis – 6-4 – Arkansas
  29. Mojave King – 6-5 – Australia
  30. Justin Moore – 6-4 – Villanova
  31. Isaiah Wong – 6-4 – Miami
  32. Josiah James – 6-6 – Tennessee
  33. Adam Miller – 6-4 – LSU
  34. Bryce Thompson – 6-5 – OK. State
  35. Nimari Burnett – 6-3 – Alabama
  36. Jaylen Clark – 6-5 – UCLA
  37. Tamar Bates – 6-5 – Indiana
  38. Justin Powell – 6-5 – Tennessee
  39. Bryan Antoine – 6-5 – Radford
  40. Matthew Murrell – 6-4 – Mississippi
  41. Micah Peavy – 6-7 – TCU
  42. Langston Love – 6-4 – Baylor
  43. Joe Girard – 6-1 – Syracuse