NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT
|POSITION: SF||FROM: Texas Tech||HT: 6-6||WT: 210|
|BORN: 7/30/00||YEAR: So.||WING: NA||REACH: NA|
A big time athlete with upside who has had somewhat of a down sophomore season for Texas Tech.
Shannon is a high flying lefty who can bring down the house with his dunking ability. He’s not yet a great outside shooter but his shot isn’t broken and we can expect to see better numbers in year two. his 82% FT percentage is promising.
He’s a pure wing who can handle, pass, defend and change ends in a flash. He’s got the physical profile to be a great defender in the league and already shows some lock down ability.
Part of the story with Shannon is about projection. He’s got tools, talent, great coaching and he brings good effort. At this point it’s all about skill development and sharpening those tools. He needs to get better at finishing with his right hand and tightening up his handles. And his 3pt shooting could be the thing that makes or breaks his NBA career.
- Rodney Carney+
- Kelly Oubre Jr.
2021 Small Forwards
- Scottie Barnes – 6-9 – Florida State
- Jonathan Kuminga – 6-7 – G League (Congo)
- Ziaire Williams – 6-7 – Stanford
- Jalen Johnson – 6-8 – Duke
- Corey Kispert – 6-7 – Gonzaga
- Franz Wagner – 6-9 – Michigan (Germany)
- Vrenz Bleijenbergh – 6-10 – Belgium
- Keyontae Johnson – 6-5 – Florida
- Aaron Henry – 6-6 – Michigan State
- Herb Jones – 6-8 – Alabama
- Isaiah Livers – 6-7 – Michigan
- Terrence Shannon Jr. – 6-7 – Texas Tech
- Kessler Edwards – 6-8 – Pepperdine
- Jermaine Samuels – 6-7 – Villanova
- Chris Smith – 6-9 – UCLA
- Trendon Watford – 6-8 – LSU
- Derrick Alston Jr. – 6-9 – Boise State
- Emmitt Mathews Jr. – 6-7 – West Virginia