Pope does a great job using his size to his advantage. Smaller guards are unable to defend his slashing and driving. He can finish in the lane, but he also sets his teammates up very well for opportunities.
Shooting is one of the main concerns for Pope to this point, especially his three-point shot.
|San Diego State||Warm|
|University of Texas El Paso||Warm|
|Long Beach State||Warmer||✓|
10/24/2012 by Garrett Tucker – Pope will follow in the footsteps of his cousin and play at Louisville; he will walk-on and red-shirt for 2013 and start playing in 2014.
7/10/2012 by Garrett Tucker – Heading into the July evaluation periods, Austin Pope is hoping to add some more offers from some schools.
7/06/2012 by Jason Pratt – After a stellar EYBL spring, Texas Titans PF Julius Randle finds himself as the No. 1 player in the country, according to Future150.