Tornike Shengelia (6’9” F, 1991, Georgia)
The Georgian forward played very well all three days in Treviso, showing interesting penetration skills and a great competitive mind. GMs and scouts love his work-ethic, even tough his shooting ability is still being developed. We consider him a lock 2nd round pick possibly towards the top of the round.
Olek Czyz (6’7” F, 1990, Poland)
The former Nevada Wolfpack star came out as one of the best players in the Eurocamp, as mentioned by Bill Bayno on the last day. Czyz worked very well in 1vs1 situation, taking advantage of his defender with great fakes and pivot moves. He can aspire to a good contract in Europe but has kept his NBA possibilities for a second round selection.
Evan Fournier (6’7 G/F, 1992, France) and Thomas Satoransky (6’7 G, 1991, Czech Republic)
They didn’t shine to their full abilities, but both of them have confirmed their talents and upsides. Satoransky has played for his team without forcing situations with a solid game. It was the same type of performances for Fournier, who shows his scoring ability with an improved shooting touch. Fournier should be a lock first round pick while Satoransky hopes for the early second round.
Oleksandr Lypovyy (6’7 G/F, 1991, Ukraine)
MVP this year, the Ukranian guard has shown offensive versatilty, defensive-skills and a well-focused mentality in every game. He can play as added point guard or as a kind of point forward, through his secure ball handling and court-vision. He jumped in most scouts notebooks very quickly.
Nikola Ivanovic (6’2 PG, 1994, Montenegro)
There were incredible performances by the Montenegrin. He’s proven to be a much more mature player than his age, easily creating space from pick and rolls. He managed the team’s offense like a floor-general, relaying on good decision-making.
Devon Van Oostrum (6’2, PG, 1993, England)
We expected much for a player celebrated all over Europe, but the English point guard struggled on shot-selection, decision-making and playing like he was on a showcase, without involving his teammates. It was a horrible three days for him.
Tomislav Zubcic (6’10, F/C, 1990, Croatia)
He didn’t prove any improvement on his game, remaining a tweener between center and power forward positions, without great foot-work for being a 4 and no post-moves and no balance and strength for being a 5. He shoot very well, but it won’t be enough for a talented player like him.
Nihad Dedovic (6’6, G, 1990, Bosnia)
There were good numbers but bad effort. He could still have a chance as a late second-round pick but he didn’t seem involved in the game, trying pretentious plays and showing bad attitude. He’s hasn’t really been that type of player but chose the wrong time to seem like he is.