Josh Green


HT: 6-6WT: 201
BORN: 11/16/00YEAR: Fr.WING: 6-10 1/4REACH: 8-7 1/2

Draft Notes

Josh Green is a powerful 2 guard who plays a complete game and really competes on both ends of the floor. The Australian native had solid freshman season at Arizona and is looking like a mid to late first round pick in the 2020 draft.

  • Versatility on both ends of the floor:
  • Green can guard multiple positions thanks to his good combination of size, strength and foot-speed
  • On offense he can do a little bit of everything but is mostly a slasher and gets buckets in transition
  • Has a solid build and a lot of natural strength
  • Has ideal size for the shooting guard position and has great length for size (nearly a plus 5 wingspan)
  • A high end athlete who is a blur in the open court and can play above the rim
  • Can rip and run, taking the defensive rebound coast to coast
  • Shows some promise as an iso scorer and should improve in this area over his career
  • And shows promise as a catch and shoot 3pt shooter, hitting 36% from downtown last season.
  • Can get his own shot and has a sweet pull-up jumper off the dribble but still has some growing to do in this area
  • Has excellent court vision and is a willing passer who makes the right basketball play – very much a team first guy.
  • Needs to develop his left hand dribble and scoring touch
  • Has a bit of wind-up in his shot and doesn’t have ideal shooting form
  • Is not the most creative ball handler and needs to develop his dribble-drive game


  • Josh Richardson

Draft Projection

mid to late first round pick in the 2020 NBA Draft


2020 Shooting Guards

  1. Anthony Edwards – 6-5 – Georgia
  2. Devin Vassell – 6-7- Florida State
  3. R.J. Hampton – 6-5 – NZ Breakers (NBL)
  4. Desmond Bane – 6-6 – TCU
  5. Jahmi’us Ramsey – 6-4 – Texas Tech
  6. Josh Green – 6-6 – Arizona (Australia)
  7. Cassius Stanley – 6-6 – Duke
  8. Tyrese Maxey – 6-3 – Kentucky
  9. Elijah Hughes – 6-6 – Syracuse
  10. Immanuel Quickley – 6-4 – Kentucky
  11. Jay Scrubb – 6-6 – JUCO (Louisville) 
  12. Karim Mane – 6-5 – Montreal, Canada
  13. Malcolm Cazalon – 6-6 – France 
  14. Myles Powell – 6-3 – Seton Hall
  15. John Petty – 6-6 – Alabama