Sadragque Nganga

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: PFFROM: Boise State
(Angola)
HT: 6-10WT: 210
BORN: NAYEAR: Fr.WING: NAREACH: NA

Draft Notes

Nganga is a hybrid forward who can play almost any position on the floor. He’s becoming a good ball handler and can run the fast break or break his man down with the dribble. He can shoot the ball from deep and shows a lot of promise on the offensive end.

What stands out most about Nganga is his size, athleticism and length. He clearly has an NBA frame. His ability to defend in space and change ends in a flash help make him a high level prospect.


Comparisons

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Draft Projection

possible second round pick in the 2025 NBA Draft

Videos

  1. Cooper Flagg – 6-8 – Duke
  2. Collin Murray-Boyles – 6-7 – South Carolina
  3. Noa Essengue – 6-10 – France
  4. Jarin Stevenson – 6-10 – Alabama
  5. Donnie Freeman – 6-9 – Syracuse
  6. Brandon Garrison – 6-9 – Kentucky
  7. Asa Newell – 6-9 – Georgia
  8. Johni Broome – 6-10 – Auburn
  9. Trevon Brazile – 6-9 – Arkansas
  10. Izan Almansa – 6-10 – Spain
  11. Norchad Omier – 6-7 – Baylor (Nicaragua)
  12. Grant Nelson – 6-11 – Alabama
  13. Omaha Biliew – 6-7 – Wake Forest
  14. Bassala Bagayoka – 6-10 – Mali
  15. Aiden Sherrell – 6-11 – Alabama
  16. Malique Lewis – 6-8 – Capitanes (Trinidad and Tobago)
  17. Coleman Hawkins – 6-10 – Kansas State
  18. Michael Nwoko – 6-9 – Mississippi State
  19. Mark Mitchell – 6-8 – Missouri
  20. Joseph Tugler – 6-7 – Houston
  21. Derik Queen – 6-9 – Maryland
  22. Malik Reneau – 6-7 – Indiana
  23. Mohamed Diakite – 6-10 – France
  24. Zacharie Perrin – 6-10 – France
  25. Ruben Prey – 6-11 – St John’s
  26. Ian Schieffelin – 6-9 – Clemson
  27. Malik Dia – 6-9 – Ole Miss
  28. K.J. Adams Jr. – 6-7 – Kansas
  29. Eric Dixon – 6-8 – Villanova
  30. Ousmane N’Diaye – 6-11 – Senegal
  31. Bryce Hopkins – 6-6 – Providence
  32. Alexandros Samodurav – 6-11 – Greece
  33. Sean Stewart – 6-8 – Ohio State
  34. Jayden Williams – 6-9 – OTE (Snellville, GA)
  35. James Brown – 6-8 – UNC
  36. Taylor Bowen – 6-9 – Florida State
  37. RJ Jones – 6-7 – Virginia Tech
  38. Jalen Washington – 6-9 – North Carolina
  39. A.J. Casey – 6-8 – Miami
  40. Zach Clemence – 6-10 – Kansas