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LOW-HIGH (20-27)Good athleticism - I'm going to go out on a limb and say that he could improve substantially if he really works at it. with the right diet and conditioning he could be MUCH quicker than he is todaybased on my experience, he can still improve substantially if we work with him and he's willing.if he's willing to listen, we could really see some major improvementdefinitely has above average room for growth with the right drills and coaching.has a LOT of room for growth with the right drills and coachingI know this may sound crazy, but I think he has the potential to really improve his shot.with the right drills and assuming he's willing to put in the time, I see big upside.I'd like to see him play more, but still, I really think we could see fairly significant improvement.even with that, I think we can really improve upon his conditioning.
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HIGH-HIGH (28+)Definitely wasn't the best athlete on the floor - unless I'm an idiot and/or this is the laziest kid ever, we can *dramatically* improve his athleticism.if he works hard at it, we could see *massive* improvement here Fantastic rebounding instincts - there's no reason to NOT expect HUGE improvement here.I really think we could see massive improvement by his Senior yearhe's shown glimpses of raw ability which make me think he just has *tremendous* room for improvement.skys the limitI see such solid fundamentals that with enough practice I don't see why he can't be a *significantly* better shooter than he is today.he has the raw skills to make me think he has *tremendous* upside.with more experience I expect to see TREMENDOUS improvement.with the right diet and drills, I think we can see a *dramatic* change in his conditioning.
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