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Robert Dillingham
Ht/Wt: 6' 3" / 176 lbs
Position: PG
Team: Kentucky
Class: Freshman

2024 Draft Profile - Robert Dillingham

Kevin O'Connor - The Ringer - June 17th: "Dynamic shot creator who uses shifty change-of-direction moves to slither wherever he wants on the floor. He can get into the paint for runners and crafty layups, or pull up from behind the arc."

NBA Draft Room - June 16th: "A walking bucket at the PG position, Dillingham can score off the bounce and from deep and has really proved himself as a passer. At just 164lbs hes undersized for the pro game but is a dynamic player who changes the pace of the game when hes on the court."

Jonathan Givony - ESPN - June 7th: "While somewhat polarizing among teams because of his size, Dillingham is one of the rare prospects in this class who could potentially anchor a team's offense with his dynamic shot creation and shot-making prowess, giving him rare star power in a class sorely lacking in that department."

Sam Vecenie - The Athletic - June 5th: "He maintains control well despite playing at a fast pace, using a bevy of crossovers and well-timed hesitation moves to maximize his speed. Evaluators are confident he will be able to separate from his man in the NBA."

Colin Ward-Henninger - CBS Sports - June 4th: "An electric three-level scorer, the Kentucky product measured quite small at the Combine (6-foot-1, 164 pounds), but could still thrive in a current NBA landscape that tends to limit defensive physicality. It's hard not to see shades of Tyrese Maxey and Darius Garland when you watch Dillingham, but his lack of size could ultimately lower his ceiling."

Jonathan Wasserman - Bleacher Report - May 30th: "Not that anyone was expecting Rob Dillingham to surprise with strong measurements, but 164 pounds could be seen as a scary number. His height, length and weight (6'1", 6'3" wingspan) are actually identical to Trae Young's, only Young led the NBA in assists, and Dillingham doesn't offer that level of playmaking."

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