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Lofton Jr.












275 lbs.






Hal Pastner (713) 562-8070


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  • Finishes well in and around the lane 

  • Has good footwork on the block 

  • Good hands – catches everything you throw at him 

  • Has a decent shooting stroke from the mid-range 

  • Active on the boards – good offensive rebounder (2.9 career) 

  • Good passer from the post and elbow area

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  • Undersized for the PF position – struggles to finish over length in the lane 

  • Doesn’t shoot it well from the 3pt line (20.0 career) 

  • Below average athletically 

  • Must work on keeping his weight down and conditioning – later in games he gets tired and outran

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Kenneth is a unique prospect; while he is a bit undersized height-wise, he makes up for it with his skill, length, and strength. He has good touch in the lane; he has good hands & feet and can shoot it from the mid-range. He is also a very active rebounder with a knack for securing offensive boards. He needs to extend his range to the 3pt line and must continue to work on his weight and conditioning.

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  • C-USA All-Conference First Team (2022) 

  • C-USA All-Tournament Team (2022) 

  • C-USA All-Conference Third Team (2021) 

  • C-USA Freshman of the Year (2021) 

  • C-USA All-Freshman Team (2021)

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At NC State – Raleigh, NC – 11/27/2021

He was dominant on the interior the entire game, on post ups he used his size and girth to carve out space, coupled with timely pump-fakes to get the defense in the air allowing him to finish with ease around the rim. To put into perspective the inability of NC State’s defense, the team as a whole was called for 15 fouls, 11 of those were committed on Lofton. He imposed his will on the glass also pulling down 18 total rebounds 10 on the offensive side. Defensively, they put him in PnR action almost every time down the court, he did a good job moving his feet and showing his length until a switch could come.

NBA G-League Elite Camp – Chicago, IL – 5/16 – 17/2022

Day 1 – Showed he could rebound and push in transition. Knocked down two 3pt shots from the top of the key and imposed his will on the interior taking advantage of mismatches as well as overpowering taller defenders for easy shots in and around the lane.

Day 2 – Displayed he is light on his feet, and he side stepped and awaiting defender in the lane as he rolled in PnR action for an easy layup. Crashed the offensive glass securing extra possession and making his putback layup attempts. Knocked down a mid-range jumper handed out a nice assist out of the post for a catch and shoot 3pt shot.

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Lofton's college tape is not fully representative of his professional career, especially he reportedly lost 20 pounds since the end of the college season. That in mind, Lofton was the single worst defender out of his position. He only defends out of position 10% of the time and when doing so allowed opponents to shoot 63% from 2. He fouled often and did not force any turnovers out of position.

This data was hand-tracked by AJ Wahl and Bryon Cook. Every single defensive possesion of each player's season was analyzed. This dataset includes all possessions when the defender is guarding on-ball, in man-to-man, and against a player not within their position group who shoots the ball, is fouled, or commits a turnover. The percentile listed above is a players standing compared to their postion group calculated by compliling and weighing various different metrics derrived from the hand-tracked data. This data only measures a portion of a player's impact, but it is clear that the ability to defend out of one's position group is a vital skill to contributing to winning basketball at the professional level.

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