NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT
Lander is a big time prospect with a possible NBA future. He’s got all the athleticism you could ask for and has a compact and strong frame. He’s high scoring, both by getting into the paint and hitting all sorts of layups or knocking down shots from downtown.
Lander shoots a smooth lefty set-shot and is deadly accurate. He’s got a quick release and only needs a sliver of daylight to get his shot off.
His dribble drive game is strong and he does a good job of using a power dribble to slash to the basket. He uses both hands well but definitely prefers to go left.
As a facilitator Lander sees the game at a high level and is a good decision maker. He’s able to draw the defense with the dribble and commands a lot of attention because of his scoring ability, which helps his teammates get open. He plays with his head up and is a willing passer.
Lander is a very good athlete but isn’t the next Derrick Rose in terms of pure quickness and explosion.
- bigger Shabazz Napier
- Kennedy Chandler 6-1 – Tennessee
- TyTy Washington – 6-3 – Kentucky
- J.D. Davison – 6-2 – Alabama
- Nolan Hickman – 6-2 – Gonzaga
- Caleb Love 6-3 – UNC
- Dalano Banton – 6-9 – Nebraska
- Scottie Pippen Jr. – 6-1 – Vanderbilt
- Iverson Molinar – 6-3 – Miss. State (Panama)
- Jean Montero – 6-3 – Dominican Republic
- Khristian Lander – 6-2 – NA
- Jeremy Roach – 6-2 – Duke
- Boogie Ellis – 6-2 – Memphis
- Andrew Nembhard – 6-4 – Gonzaga
- Casey Morsell – 6-2 – NA