Kendall Brown

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: SFFROM: Baylor
(Woodbury, MN)
HT: 6-6WT: 205
BORN: 5/11/03YEAR: HSsr.WING: NAREACH: NA
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Draft Notes

Brown is an extremely athletic wing prospect with springs in his legs who has all the makings of a future NBA player. He’s a standout defender, a great transition player and an emerging offensive talent.

His physical profile is elite. He’s an above the rim player with great vertical explosion, quick twitch athleticism and great change of direction.

Brown has a nice feel for spacing on the offensive end and he’s great at making cuts to the basket and going backdoor for lobs and layups. He’s mostly a straight-line driver who is developing his creativity with the ball.

Once he gets the ball on the wing or in the lane he’s one of the best finishers at the rim in his class.

Brown brings it on the defensive end and is a really standout on this end of the court. He’s got the size and athleticism to guard 1-4 and he very much fits into the modern switch-everything defense.


Comparisons

  • Gerald Green
  • Corey Maggette
  • poor man’s Jaylen Brown

Draft Projection

first round pick in the 2022 NBA Draft or 2023 NBA Draft

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2022 Small Forwards

  1. Patrick Baldwin Jr. – 6-10 – Sussex, WI 
  2. Adrian Griffin Jr. – 6-6 – Duke
  3. Ousmane Dieng – 6-7 – France
  4. Caleb Houstan – 6-8 – Michigan (Canada)
  5. Kendall Brown – 6-6 – Baylor
  6. Payton Watson – 6-9 – UCLA
  7. Matthew Mayer – 6-9 – Baylor
  8. Trey Murphy III – 6-9 – Virginia
  9. Jalen Wilson – 6-8 – Kansas
  10. Abramo Canka – 6-7 – Italy
  11. Mario Nakic – 6-7 – Serbia
  12. Jabari Walker – 6-8 – Colorado
  13. Yannick Kraag – 6-8 – Netherlands
  14. Samuell Williamson – 6-7 – Louisville
  15. Landers Nolley II – 6-7 – Memphis
  16. Micah Peavy – 6-7 – NA
  17. Matthew-Alexander Moncrieffe – 6-7 – OK State (Canada)
  18. Hyunjung Lee – 6-7 – Davidson (South Korea)
  19. Alex Antetokounmpo – 6-7 – USA