May 29, 2006

Anthony Randolph TOC Scouting Report

Although the Dallas Mustangs were unable to advance past 17-U pool play in the 2006 Bob Gibbons Tournament of Champions, one of their players, 6-10 Anthony Randolph of Dallas Woodrow Wilson, made quite a strong showing.

Randolph is the type of player most any coach would like to have on his team, a young man that can do several things at a high level on a basketball court.

Areas of Strength

1. Athleticism

For the most part, Randolph hustles very well on the court, and he possesses surprising quickness for such a lanky kid.

He gets up and down the court well, and uses his body well on both ends of the floor.

With his long legs, Randolph is capable of outrunning many opposing guards that he faces, and he often beats heavier centers and forwards downcourt.

Defensively, Randolph uses his athleticism to create plenty of turnover-transition opportunities for his team.

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