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Jett Howard
Ht/Wt: 6' 8" / 215 lbs
Position: SG/SF
Team: Michigan
Class: Freshman



2023 Draft Profile - Jett Howard

Jonathan Wasserman - Bleacher Report - June 21st: "Jett Howard was considered a top-20 prospect at one point, but there are red flags that complicate his current draft stock, including a lack of rebounding, playmaking and defense all absences that translate to a shot-making-or-bust prospect."

Gary Parrish - CBS Sports - June 20th: "He can play multiple positions, reliably make shots from the perimeter and is just, broadly speaking, a good-sized player with a well-rounded skill set, in part because he's the son of a former NBA player and high-major college coach."

NBA Draft Room - May 16th: "Jett is one of the best shooters in the draft but struggles on the defensive end."

John Fanta - Fox Sports - May 12: "Howard can supply that and would be a smart, valuable selection in this spot. He's only 19 as well, so there's upside with his length."

Tyler Byrum and Chase Hughes - NBC Sports - May 8th: "Howard also looks the part of an NBA shooter with a smooth motion and release. He's not going to blow past people, but he has quick footwork and a fairly sharp handle. Long-term questions for him involve his defense and offensive versatility."

Krysten Peek - Yahoo! Sports - Jan. 30th: "Howard brings consistent outside shooting and great size as a perimeter player. Even though his lateral quickness remains an area of development, the NBA is a shooter's league and Howard's name has consistently been brought up as a lottery pick when talking to NBA scouts."

Tyler Byrum - NBC Sports - Jan. 16: "There's also a ton of defensive upside. He doesn't quite fit the three-and-D mold because there's more he can provide to a team but someone with a ton of potential."

Jonathan Wasserman - Bleacher Report - Jan. 5th: "At 6'8", averaging 2.5 threes with 34 assists to 13 turnovers, Howard has showcased the type of shot-making and decision-making for NBA teams to picture an easy fit. Flashes of self-creation also hint at untapped scoring potential."




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