Tony Bradley NBA Draft Scouting Report

6-10 – Center – UNC

An intriguing center prospect who projects well to the next level thanks to his length and athleticism.

Bradley has wingspan for days. His 7-4 wingspan and nice athleticism make him a force on the defensive end. He’s got the type of frame that makes scouts drool and his upside is as high as just about any prospect out there.

He’s got a ton of raw talent but is also pretty advanced with his shooting stroke, handles and understanding of the game. He can hit jumpers out to 3 and is becoming a solid free throw shooter.

Does most of his work in the paint and is committed to being a big man, not just floating around the perimeter.

Is still putting it all together and figuring out just how good he can be.

Isn’t the most explosive leaper (like a Dwight Howard coming out of HS) and doesn’t have great foot speed, in terms of lateral quickness.

Needs to add strength to his long frame.

Has an old school game, which isn’t really a negative, but it’ll be interesting to see how he fits into today’s fast paced game.

Less crazy Andrew Bynum, although he’s about an inch or two shorter.

Projection: lottery to mid first round pick in the 2017 or 2018 NBA Draft

by NBA Draft Room