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TyTy Washington
Ht/Wt: 6' 4" / 196 lbs
Position: PG
Team: Kentucky
Class: Freshman



2022 Draft Profile - TyTy Washington

Cody Taylor - USA Today - Apr. 9th: "He led the SEC in assist-to-turnover ratio (2.43) and broke John Wall’s single-game record with 17 assists on Jan. 8. He emerged as a strong guard who can play on or off the ball."

Kyle Boone - CBS Sports - Mar. 16th: "He's a dynamic offensive weapon that teams are really going to be digging in this range because of his abilities in an expanded role on the ball. His production and efficiency as a freshman playing off the ball offers real encouragement that he's far from a one-trick pony."

Jonathan Givony - ESPN - Mar. 21st: "Washington's ability to make reads out of ball-screens is arguably his biggest strength, but he averaged less than six pick and rolls per game, ranked 467th among division one players, per Synergy Sports Technology."

Bryan Kalbrosky - USA Today - Feb. 16th: "He also rarely turns the ball over, which is an appealing trait for any prospect, but especially impressive for a freshman."

Kyle Irving - Sporting News - Feb. 11th: "He has tight handles, changes pace and direction in an instance has crisp shot mechanics, making him a multi-faceted threat to opposing defenses."

Ricky O'Donnell - SB Nation - Jan. 19th: "The 6’3 guard has been Kentucky’s only freshman starter this season, and he’s emerged as a tough and productive scorer who should get looks in the lottery. Washington prefers to operate as a pull-up shooter from mid-range, and he’s been efficient on those looks all season."

Cody Taylor - The Rookie Wire - USA Today - Jan. 19th: "Washington has emerged this season as a strong guard who can play on or off of the ball ... He has established himself as a strong three-level scorer and has great court vision with the ball in his hands."

NBA Draft Room - Jan. 15th: "A lightening quick lead guard with great handles and penetrating ability. Plays both ends and hits the 3pt shot."

Jeremy Woo - SI - Jan. 13th: "He’s a capable lead guard who should be able to manipulate screens and knock down open shots, with a knack for making the right play. But his average athletic tools limit him a bit, as Washington settles for too many jumpers, hasn’t gotten to the rim or foul line much, and is a below-average on-ball defender."

Sam Vecenie - The Athletic - Jan. 6th: "He’s been quite dangerous out of half-court sets, both as a ball-screen threat and as a spot-up player, attacking closeouts to get into his floater game or driving and dishing for his teammates. He makes good decisions and doesn’t turn the ball over."

TyTy Washington Stats

TyTy Washington Videos

TyTy Washington: "The Phoenix Son" Episode 1


TyTy Washington OFFICIAL Senior Year Mixtape!! | THE Phoenix Son! | Kentucky Commit


KENTUCKY COMMIT TyTy Washington Senior Year Highlights | #1 PG in the NATION


TyTy Washington - AZ Compass Prep | 2021 GEICO Nationals


TyTy Washington Wows The Crowd! Erupts For 33 Points & 6 Assists To Keep Senior Season Alive!





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