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Cam Whitmore
Ht/Wt: 6' 7" / 232 lbs
Position: SF/PF
Team: Villanova
Class: Freshman

2023 Draft Profile - Cam Whitmore

Jonathan Wasserman - Bleacher Report - June 21st: "There have been some concerns over Cam Whitmore’s medicals, which could cause a few teams to pass in the mid-lottery, per sources."

Gary Parrish - CBS Sports - June 20th: "The wing is a great athlete with a top-shelf body and in possession of most of the attributes that are usually necessary to star in the NBA."

NBA Draft Room - May 16th: "A powerhouse of an athlete who is a menace attacking the rim and showed a much improved 3pt shot. Isn’t a play-maker for others and needs to improve his decision making."

John Fanta - Fox Sports - May 12: "The two key questions for Whitmore at the next level: Will he become a better playmaker and passer for others? How will the transition go for him defensively after a college season of ups and downs on that end? "

Tyler Byrum and Chase Hughes - NBC Sports - May 8th: "Whitmore looks like a safe bet to be a quality rotation player who provides value on both ends. A best-case scenario could mean multiple All-Star appearances if his ball-handling and athleticism translate fully to the next level."

Bryan Kalbrosky - For the Win - May 5th: "He scored 0.76 points per touch on drives, per AI-Powered statistics provided by Stats Perform, and Villanova also averaged 1.05 points per touch on those possessions. Both ranked as the best among all potential first-rounders."

Krysten Peek - Yahoo! Sports - Jan. 30th: "Whitmore is a high-volume shooter who can get a shot off from anywhere on the court. Villanova is struggling to win games in the first season without Hall of Fame coach Jay Wright, but Whitmore's resume prior to getting on campus could be enough to keep him inside the top 10."

Tyler Byrum - NBC Sports - Jan. 16: "A thumb injury sidelined Cameron Whitmore for the first half of his collegiate season, but since he has come back it doesn't look like the explosive wing has missed a beat. His shooting legs are back underneath him and the 6-foot-7 forward is finally getting starters minutes."

Jonathan Wasserman - Bleacher Report - Jan. 5th: "Occasional flashes of pull-up shooting and drives have been encouraging for Whitmore's scoring development, but his physical tools and athleticism (for transition, cutting and putbacks) still fuel most of his production and value."

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