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Vince Hunter
Ht/Wt: 6' 8" / 200 lbs
Position: SF
Team: UTEP
Class: Sophomore



2015 Draft Profile - Vince Hunter

Strengths:
After being named Conference USA freshman of the year two seasons ago, Hunter followed it up being a first-team all-league player this past his sophomore season at UTEP.

Hunter is a tremendous athlete with long arms who has a knack for finding his way to the glass. He is an excellent rebounder thanks to his athleticism and non-stop motor. Rebounding is something that translates well to the NBA so Hunter's ability to do so as a small forward is a major positive. He is especially effective on the offensive glass and gets plenty of offense on putbacks.

Because of his his length, he has the ability to steal some minutes as a power forward as well, despite his slender build. He will surely be able to add some weight to his frame, however, and that gives him the potential to be able to guard multiple positions at the next level.

Most of his offense at this stage comes at the rim, but he is excellent down there, shooting 75 percent at the rim right now. He will need to work on his perimeter game, but his ability to finish at the rim is something teams covet.

Weaknesses:
Offensively is where Hunter's game brings in the most concern for teams interested in him. Being a small forward, he drastically needs to improve his game from the perimeter. He's not a great shooter or scorer at this point of his development, and he'll need to work on that to really allow him to have a consistent role on a team.

Hunter also needs to add strength to his body. He has the frame to add weight, but as it stands right now, he will get bullied by the stronger players in the NBA. He is still raw at this stage, but has the physical tools and work ethic that teams are willing to try and develop.

StatisticsPPG: 14.9 RPG: 9.2 APG: 1.7 SPG: 1.2 BPG: 1.0 FG%: 52.6 FT%: 59.9 3PT%: 40.0




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