Jordan Hollins is a jack-of-all-trades shooting guard prospect. He does many things well, but nothing exceptionally well. He has a decent jump shot from both mid-range as well as long-range. He is a good slashing guard who uses his long and wiry frame to maneuver in traffic for tough baskets. Also runs the floor very well.
He needs to improve his shooting consistency. He also needs to work on his ball-handling skills and his fluidity with the ball. While he has a good nose for the ball, he needs to be more assertive and crash the basket for rebound opportunities.
Low - Mid Major
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