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Cam’Ron Fletcher

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: SFFROM: Florida State
(St. Louis, Mo)
HT: 6-7WT: 195
BORN: 7/10/01YEAR: Sr.WING: NAREACH: NA

Draft Notes

Cam’Ron struggled in his one year at Kentucky but got a second chance to make it work with his transfer to Florida State and has been showing solid improvement in his game.

He’s got ideal size on the wing with broad shoulders, good length, a quick first step and rare leaping ability. He’s at his best taking the ball to the basket and crashing the boards, where he uses his superior athleticism to elevate for rebounds and put-backs.

Shows great patience on his drives to the basket, using change of speed, euro-steps and good creativity in the lane. He can dunk the ball with ease, even from a standstill position.

He’s got a smooth jumper with really good form and elevation. He’s not yet a polished perimeter player or consistent jump shooter but has a lot of promise in these areas.

As his skill level catches up to his athleticism he’ll make moves up draft boards.


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2024 SF Rankings

  1. Cody Williams – 6-8 – Colorado
  2. Zaccharie Risarcher – 6-9 – France
  3. Matas Buzelis – 6-10 – G League Ignite
  4. Ron Holland – 6-8 – G League Ignite
  5. Ryan Dunn – 6-8 – Virginia
  6. Pacome Dadiet – 6-7 – France
  7. Melvin Ajinca – 6-7 – France
  8. Jamir Watkins – 6-7 – Florida State
  9. Kwame Evans Jr. – 6-9 – Oregon
  10. Dillon Jones – 6-6 – Weber State
  11. Payton Sandfort – 6-7 – Iowa
  12. Terrence Shannon Jr. – 6-7 – Illinois
  13. Mackenzie Mgbako – 6-8 – Indiana
  14. Trentyn Flowers – 6-8 – 36ers, NBL
  15. Jalen Bridges – 6-7 – Baylor
  16. Jaylon Tyson – 6-7 – California
  17. Justin Edwards – 6-7 – Kentucky
  18. Jaylen Wells – 6-8 – Washington State
  19. Alex Toohey – 6-8 – Australia
  20. Nique Clifford – 6-6 – Colorado State
  21. Dillon Mitchell – 6-7 – Texas
  22. Alex Karaban – 6-8 – UConn
  23. David Jones – 6-6 – Memphis (Dominican Republic)
  24. Arthur Kaluma – 6-7 – Kansas State
  25. Kobe Johnson – 6-6 – USC
  26. Baba Miller – 6-11 – Florida State (Spain)
  27. Babacar Sane – 6-6 – Ignite
  28. Samis Calderon – 6-7 – Brazil
  29. Tre White – 6-6 – Louisville
  30. Tucker DeVries – 6-7 – Drake
  31. Cam’Ron Fletcher – 6-7 – Florida State
  32. Tyler Burton – 6-7 – Villanova
  33. Nathan Missia-Dio – 6-8 – Overtime Elite (Belgium)
  34. Puff Johnson – 6-8 – Penn State