NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT
Jalen Suggs is a natural point guard with good size, great vision and excellent quickness. He’s got elite BBIQ and competitive fire and is a true leader on the court. He’s had a monster freshman and has gone from a mid lottery projection to a near lock for the top 5, with some no.1 overall consideration.
Suggs plays with good balance, operates within the flow of the game and also has the ability to take over when needed. He’s a lights out 3pt shooter who doesn’t always look for his shot but can score in bunches when needed.
Suggs is a legit 5 star talent who possesses good size and high end athleticism to go along with a smooth game. He’s lightening quick with the ball and is a strong, well built athlete. He’s an aggressive driver who takes advantage of any crease in the defense and can get to the cup in a hurry.
Jalen is a very heady player who makes the right play and is a team first guy. Has an advanced understanding of the game for a young guard and can be like a coach on the floor.
Suggs has a smooth jumper with a nice quick release and good range. As with the rest of his game, he makes his jumper look effortless.
Has a quick first step and is a bouncy athlete who can play above the rim. Very fast in the open court, Suggs can put a ton of pressure on the defense with his transition game and open court ability.
Has versatility on both ends of the floor and can play off the ball without losing his effectiveness.
His football background really shows up on the defense end and rebounding the ball where he’s aggressive and powerful at the point of attack and plays bigger than his height.
- bigger Chauncey Billups
- Brandon Roy
top 5 pick in the 2021 NBA Draft
2021 Point Guard Rankings
- Cade Cunningham – 6-8 – Oklahoma St.
- Jalen Suggs – 6-4 – Gonzaga
- Davion Mitchell – 6-2 – Baylor
- Josh Giddey – 6-8 – Australia
- Jared Butler – 6-3 – Baylor
- Daishon Nix – 6-4 – G League
- Ayo Dosunmu – 6-5 – Illinois
- Joel Ayayi – 6-5 – Gonzaga
- Sharife Cooper 6-0 – Auburn
- Tre Mann – 6-5 – Florida
- Miles McBride – 6-2 – West Virginia
- Nah’Shon Hyland – 6-3 – VCU
- Rokas Jokubaitis – 6-4 – Lithuania
- David Johnson – 6-5 – Louisville
- Jason Preston – 6-4 – Ohio
- Carlos Alocen – 6-4 – Spain
- Javonte Smart – 6-4 – LSU