2010 NBA Draft Profile: Andy Rautins—Syracuse

February 24th, 2010 by kevin roberts Leave a reply »
Andy Rautins is a lesser-known prospect that doesn't get hardly any hype, and gets even less respect.

He's regarded as a one-dimensional player, as many draft experts view him as strictly a spot-up shooter, and don't view him as athletic enough to be anything more than a bench player at the next level, while others don't even give him a shot at making it in the NBA.

He follows a strong line of Syracuse guards, with only Jonny Flynn finding any sort of success recently, while other college stars from Syracuse such as Gerry McNamara and Eric Devendorf have gone undrafted in their respective drafts.

Raustins, however, has better size than all the mentioned former Orange players, and arguably has the best shooting stroke.

Click here for Rautins' college stats and measurements.


Strengths :

Rautins has a picture-perfect release, and shoots the ball almost the same way every time. His good size and excellent mechanics allow him to get his shot off whenever and wherever he wants, while his NBA range gives him a shot at draining a basket from just about anywhere on the floor.

He has a very ...

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