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Cartlon Carrington
Ht/Wt: 6' 5" / 190 lbs
Position: PG/SG
Team: Pittsburgh
Class: Freshman



2024 Draft Profile - Cartlon Carrington

Kevin O'Connor - The Ringer - June 17th: "Filthy midrange scorer who has a good handle, a tight crossover, and the athleticism to decelerate and then pull up with ease. He can make absurd shots, like gorgeous, stepback, off-balanced, contested fadeaways."

NBA Draft Room - June 16th: "A high upside point guard who can penetrate, pass and shoot the rock. Needs to add strength and work on his finishing. Was an underrated recruit who had a big time freshman season."

Jeremy Woo - ESPN - June 7th: "Carrington's youth, rapid improvement, and late physical development (he shot up by nearly a foot during his high school years) makes him an intriguing upside play, with interest in the late lottery. His impressive year at Pitt, after entering the season relatively off the radar, gives him a compelling long-term case."

Sam Vecenie - The Athletic - June 5th: "Hes also the youngest high-level college player in the class, not turning 19 until July. But despite that youth, he processes the game exceptionally well. Any team that takes him will need to let him go through some growing pains, but if they stay patient, they may end up with a lottery-level talent."

Colin Ward-Henninger - CBS Sports - June 4th: "To me that's Carrington (better known as Bub), who profiles as a heat-check bucket-getter with a deadly pull-up jumper who can also be a secondary playmaker (think Bones Hyland or Lou Williams, but bigger). He also doesn't turn 19 until this summer, so he likely has plenty of room to develop -- the most immediate area to address is his 3-point shooting."

Zach Buckley - Bleacher Report - June 4th: "Carlton Carrington, who might be the kind of combo guard who wears the label not because of a poor fit, but rather due to the potential ability to handle both scoring and playmaking duties."

Jonathan Wasserman - Bleacher Report - May 30th: "Carlton Carrington shot extremely well during shooting drills after measuring just under 6'4" in socks with a 6'8" wingspan. He's one of the draft's youngest prospects with positional size, serious shotmaking production and enough passing ability for teams to picture a point guard."




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