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F.M. Scouting Profile - Jamorko Pickett




Position: SG/SF

Classification: Sophomore

Birthdate: N/A

Professional Player Comparison: Brandon Ingram

17-18 Stats: 9.6 points ( 36% FG/ 35% 3FG/ 74% FT), 3.7 rebounds, 1.8 assist

Player Strength:

Natural Scorer from all three levels

Shooter with range



Positional size

Good feel

Good Athleticism

Player Weakness:


Consistency defensively especially protecting the rim

Has to improve as a playmaker

Be a more active rebounder


Seeing Pickett for the first time when he was a standout at Eastern High School (DC) I immediately said to myself that he has "Kevin Durant Symptoms". His size at 6'8, skill set, versatility, scoring and shooting ability just screamed KD. Of course he has a ways to go to become that caliber of player but the fact it's even a thought speaks to the immense potential of Pickett. A unanimous selection to the Big East All Freshman Team last season, Pickett started 28 of 30 games, averaging 9.6 points and 3.7 rebounds a game on 35 percent shooting from deep. With a year under his belt playing starters minutes, it's expected for Pickett to become a All- Big East performer this season. He's arguably the most versatile player in the conference, a natural small forward, Pickett can also fit in at shooting guard and at power forward when needed which should be a lot of fun for Hoya head coach Patrick Ewing. If Pickett is more consistent all around especially defensively and as a rebounder, it wouldn't be a shock to see him move up NBA draft boards rapidly.

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