The Division II of the NCAA is one of the most important leagues for the production of players that can be used in the European area, often the quality/salary ratio is extremely advantageous and many players are willing to start from lower level leagues to grow and make a name for themselves in Europe. In the following lines the selection of a part of the profiles evaluated by Italian Basketball Scouting

Dante Moses (196 cm – 88 kg – New Mexico Highlands) Good scorer off the dribble but with right skills to be productive off the ball motion plays, he is an excellent free throws generator. Good defensive rebounder but must discipline himself defensively, impressive statistics: 24.7 points, 6.6 rebounds but also 3.9 turnovers per game. READ THE FULL PROFILE

Matt Cartwright (196 cm – 90 kg – Sioux Falls) Elitè sharpshooter, catch and shoot or getting out of picks doesn’t matter: 39.5% on almost 9 attempts per match. Lacking in athletic and physical skills but compensates with good knowledge of the game and dedication; he finished his last season with 21.9 points and 4.5 rebounds per game. READ THE FULL PROFILE

Michael Mays (178 cm – 78 kg – King) He is a point guard with excellent scoring skills off the dribble, very quick first step and can shoot from deep range. An impressive free throw percentage (93.5%) but his playmaking skills can be reviewed: just 1.3 assists on average competition. Good timing on the passing lines in defense, the season stats: 24 points per game on 47% from the field. READ THE FULL PROFILE

Jacolbey Owens (185 cm – 82 kg – Valdosta State) A growing floor general, always ready to pace his teammates (6.2 assists average) can go to the rim thanks to the combination of quick first step and athleticism while three point shooting from it marks a worrying decline in last season (31.4%). He finished his senior season with a career-high of 15 points average. READ THE FULL PROFILE

TyShaun Crawford (216 cm – 120 kg – Augusta) Selected to play the PIT 2023, strong body he is a presence which is difficult to limit near the basket and the averages from the field are wildly: 65.2% in the paint. Defensively he’s a good rim protector but for his size his rebounding presence is disappointing: 21.4 points, 8.8 rebounds and 1.9 blocks in his last season. READ THE FULL PROFILE

Rashun Williams (201 cm – 100 kg – Texas Tyler) Swingman with great athleticism which allows him a certain versatility to cover multiple positions, he moves well off the ball and when approaching the basket he guarantees highlights. Lacking shooting selection (38.1% in the season) but interesting stats: 17.6 points, 4.9 rebounds and 1.7 assists. READ THE FULL PROFILE

Daniel Love (191 cm – 79 kg – Eckerd College) A good scorer with Swedish passport, he can play as a secondary handler but gives the best off the ball motion. Consistent shooter from three-point (37.7%) lack something in physicality skills but compensates with good athleticism; 16.8 on average with 3.1 assists “deleted” by the same turnover number. READ THE FULL PROFILE

Jahmir Marable-Williams (178cm – 77kg – UDC) A floor general who at first sight might inspire little confidence, suffers physically but compensates with knowledge of the game and ability to anticipate opponents. Shooting from three point is not a prerogative (28.8%) but woe to bet against it in head-to-head finals. Season stats: 11.6 points with 6.3 assists and 2.2 steals. READ THE FULL PROFILE

Ty Parks (196cm – 88kg – Union TN) Ever improving career culminating in 41 points in his last collegiate match; great athlete with right skills to move off the ball motion plays but able to find the basket from three point (37% of 5.3 attempts). In defense he can become a decent defender and rebound is already a precious presence. He finished the season with 19.4 points, 7 rebounds and 3.1 assists. READ THE FULL PROFILE

Olamide Pedersen (206 cm – 95 kg – Western New Mexico) Danish center with a good athleticism and presence near the basket, in the offensive phase he is rather limited and finds the basket only with dunks or lay-up despite having shown an encouraging improvement in free throws shooting (from 59% to 80%). In just 18 minutes on average he recorded 6.7 points, 5.8 rebounds and 1.8 blocks but also 3.2 fouls. READ THE FULL PROFILE

Isaiah Sanders (196 cm – 88 kg – Fairmont State) A great sharpshooter, he impresses with 43.7% on over 7 attempts per match. Shooting skills combine athleticism and a certain ability to move without the ball that make it difficult to limit him; he must improve his handling skills and discipline himself in the defensive phase. 18.6 points with 4.5 rebounds and 2.7 assists. READ THE FULL PROFILE



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