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Tyler Harvey
Ht/Wt: 6' 4" / 185 lbs
Position: SG
Team: E. Washington
Class: Junior



2015 Draft Profile - Tyler Harvey

Strengths
Tyler Harvey is a true scorer. This past season he led Eastern Washington to the most wins as in their program's Division I history, while leading the nation in points per game at 23.1. He strives in big games, having the fearlessness to take, and make, clutch shots when needed.

Harvey has a very high basketball IQ and knows how to be efficient. He sees the floor well and can create his own shot. Harvey is an elite three-point shooter with unlimited range from the perimeter. Even though he took nine threes per game this season, he shot them at a 43 percent clip, an absolutely ridiculous rate considering the usage.

But he isn't just a deep threat. Harvey can split defenses apart attacking the rim or can stop on a dime and hit from mid-range. He has an excellent floater he's developed over the past two seasons at Eastern Washington that he uses effectively.

For someone who handles the ball quite often, Harvey also has a low turnover rate. He handles pressure very well and although his stats may not agree with this, Harvey knows how to get his teammates involved.

Weaknesses
Harvey's biggest weakness is his defensive ability. At six-foot-four and 185 pounds, he's extremely undersized both height and weight-wise for a shooting guard. He has poor instincts and average lateral quickness. He will have to add some strength to be able to guard twos at the next level as most will just take him to the post.

Even though Harvey was the leading scorer in the nation, he did play against lesser competition in the Big Sky Conference, instead of the elite conferences in Division I basketball. This brings up the concern if he can perform as well against NBA competition on a consistent basis, though the success of Damian Lillard and Stephen Curry eases those concerns some.

Harvey is more quick than explosive or athletic. When going up against the elite defenders the NBA has to offer, many are unsure whether he will still be able to get his shots off the way he did in college.

Statistics
PPG: 23.1 RPG: 3.6 APG: 2.6 SPG: 1.1 BPG: 0.1 FG%: 46.9 FT%: 85.2 3PT%: 43.1

Tyler Harvey Videos

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