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Draft Eligible

2024

Draft Projection

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Kevin

McCullar Jr.

DOB

Mar 16, 2001

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Class

5th - Senior

Team

Position

KANSAS

SF

Height

6' 5.25

Weight

205.8 lbs.

Wingspan

6'9

Hand

RIGHT

Contact

Isaiah Turner & Bill Duffy
Agents - William Morris Endeavor
iturner@wmeentertainment.com
bduffy@wmeentertainment.com

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Last  Updated

Jun 18, 2024

BTLS Report™
Notes / Reports
Statistics
Analytics
Honors
Highlight Skills
Strength & Weakness Film

Scouting Report

Strengths

  • Ability to space the floor and make open C&S jumpers from the three.

  • Ability to make shots in and outside when receiving screen.

  • Physical and long defender that can disrupt multiple actions.

  • Makes timely cuts and is efficient when doing so.

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Weaknesses

  • Struggle scoring off the bounce and making his pull-up jumpers.

  • Needs to improve scoring in P&R situations.

  • Struggle scoring from the mid-range area.

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Summary

Kevin is a prototype 3&D player that most teams want. He is able to space the floor and improve as a shooter throughout his college career. He is a threat moving off the ball. He can cut and come off down screens to finish at the rim. He can come off-screen and shoot the 3 as well. He struggles scoring when having the ball in his hands. Shooting off the dribble is something he needs to improve on. He is an all-around defender. He can defend 1-3 and make it hard for any player to get open shots off. His long arms and physicality are his biggest strength on defense.

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Honors

NABC All-American Third Team - 2024 

AP All-American Honorable Mention - 2024 

All-Big 12 First Team - 2024 

All-Big 12 Third Team - 2023 

Big 12 All-Defensive Team - 2023

All-Big 12 Honorable Mention - 2021 & 2022 

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Statistics

2023-24 SEASON STATS

  • PTS 18.3

  • REB 6.0

  • AST 4.1

  • FG% 45.4

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Reports

Game Report 3
Game Report 4
Intel Report 2
Intel Report 3
Intel Report 4

Notes

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Offers

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1ZxJeu8aDxrD5hB9FRo1MMWisct9xRG-K?usp=sharing


Defensive Switch Metric:


Charting Sample Size - how many games were observed and charted


Total Active Possessions- total number of possessions where a player guarded the ball, forced a deflection or was involved in an off-ball action.


Total Switch Possessions- total number of possessions with a switch or cross-match where a wing player is guarding a lead ball handler or post player.


Total Shots Defended- number of shots where a player was the primary defender or directly contesting the opposing player’s shot.


Synergy Points Per Possession- points per possession for all defensive plays marked by Synergy.


Switch Points Per Possession- points per possession while a player was switched or cross-matched onto an opposing ball handler or big (post player).


Shot Contest Grade- rates a player’s shot contest on a scale of 1-4 under the following criteria

1. Wide Open- player was not within 8-10 feet of the scorer or no contest at all (1 Contest Point)

2. Open- hands down on a contest, within 8-10 feet of the shooter (2 Contest Points)

3. Light Contest- hands up on a contest and within 5-8 feet of a shooter (3 Contest Points)

4. Heavy Contest- close to the shooter and forcing an off-balance, fading, or double-clutch shot, or a light contest preceded by a non-fouling bump in the legal guarding position (4 Contest Points)


Switch Position Grade - rates a player’s positionality on a scale of 1-4 during the process of switching throughout a possession

  1. Bad- out-of-control closeout, pinned in under the basket or fronting too far out from the basket on a post up, blow-by, or trailing heavily behind a play because of screen navigation, no ball pressure (1 SP Grade Point)

  2. Neutral- on the side/slightly behind a player, flat-footed or with little ball pressure, not ready to move in a closeout situation, directly behind a post player on the block or on the side in a deny coverage (2 SP Grade Points)

  3. Good- under control closeout and good on-ball defense, moderate ball pressure, close follow in trail position for a pick and roll or lock and trail scenario, fronting or keeping post player outside of the restricted area on a post-up (3 SP Grade Points)

  4. Very Good- excellent closeout and on-ball defense, switching “into” a player with high ball pressure and intensity, strongly denying a post player in a post-up or pushing them out of the paint (4 SP Grade Points)

Stocks per 100 - steals and blocks per 100 active possessions


Blown Coverage- a missed closeout or rotation, blow by, reaching/gambling for steals with no

turnover forced, flopping, and any shooting foul


Total Switch Frequency- the percentage of total active possessions that a player is switched or cross-matched onto a ball handler or big overall


Guard Switch Frequency- the percentage of total switch possessions that a wing player is switched onto a lead guard


Big Switch Frequency - the percentage of total switch possessions that a wing player is

switched onto a post player

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