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PJ Hall

NBA DRAFT SCOUTING REPORT

POSITION: PFFROM: ClemsonHT: 6-8 1/4WT: 240
BORN: NAYEAR: Sr.WING: 7-1 1/2REACH: NA

Draft Notes

Hall has been an under the radar prospect but has really come on during his senior season and is starting to get the draft buzz that he deserves.

He’s a very active, mobile and athletic forward, who might be able to play some small-ball five. He’s also a very efficient scorer who can shoot the rock from deep, score from mid range and bang on the block. His ability to stretch the floor at the NBA level and make smart, winning plays should lead to a long career.

Hall doesn’t have ideal height but has very good length and a lot of strength. He’s mobile enough to be able to switch on the perimeter and can guard a bit at the rim.

He projects a role player who does a lot of the dirty work, throws his weight around, spaces the floor and brings great energy to the court. He might not be a starter at the NBA level but there’s a place in the league for a player with his size, skills and intangibles.


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Draft Projection

mid first to early second round pick in the 2024 NBA Draft

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2024 PF Rankings

  1. Tidjane Saluan – 6-10 – France
  2. PJ Hall – 6-9 – Clemson
  3. Bobi Klintman – 6-10 – Cairns, NBL (Sweden)
  4. Tyler Smith – 6-9 – Ignite
  5. Kyle Filipowski – 7-0 – Duke
  6. Tristan da Silva – 6-9 – Colorado (Germany)
  7. Collin Murray-Boyles – 6-7 – South Carolina
  8. Oso Ighodaro – 6-9 – Marquette
  9. Johni Broome – 6-10 – Auburn
  10. Coleman Hawkins – 6-10 – Illinois
  11. Malique Lewis – 6-8 – Capitanes (Trinidad and Tobago)
  12. Trevon Brazile – 6-9 – Arkansas
  13. Izan Almansa – 6-10 – NBL (Spain)
  14. Norchad Omier – 6-7 – Miami (Nicaragua)
  15. Zacharie Perrin – 6-10 – France
  16. K.J. Adams Jr. – 6-7 – Kansas
  17. Malik Reneau – 6-7 – Indiana
  18. Ruben Prey – 6-11 – Portugal
  19. Eric Dixon – 6-8 – Villanova
  20. Alexandros Samodurav – 6-11 – Greece
  21. Grant Nelson – 6-11 – Alabama
  22. Bryce Hopkins – 6-6 – Providence
  23. Anton Watson – 6-9 – Gonzaga 
  24. Ousmane N’Diaye – 6-11 – Senegal
  25. Roko Prkacin – 6-9 – Croatia
  26. Nae’Qwan Tomlin – 6-10 – Memphis
  27. Dawson Garcia – 6-11 – Minnesota