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Josh LeBlanc

Baton Rouge, LA - 2018

SchoolMadison Prep (LA) PositionSmall Forward Height6’7” Weight195 lbs. AAU TeamLouisiana Elite HometownBaton Rouge, LA Class2018
National Rank#129State Rank#2
Scouting Report

STRENGTHS

Athleticism
Defensive Rebounding
Low Post Footwork
Mid-Range Shooting
Offensive Rebounding
On-Ball Defense
Scoring On All Three Levels
Shot Blocking
Slashing Ability
Versatility

NEEDS TO IMPROVE

3pt Shooting
Ball-Handling
Elite Ball-Handling Skills
Low Post Moves
Off-The-Dribble Shooting
Scoring On All Three Levels
Upper Body Strength

  • Scout’s Notes:

    Under Armour Association Measurements:

    Date Measured: April, 2017
    Height w/ Shoes: 6'7"
    Wingspan: 7'0"
    Standing Reach: 8'9.5"

    Future150 Summit Camp: (May 30-31, 2015) If you are noticing an abundance of All-Stars from Louisiana, then there is a reason for it.  Louisiana Elite brought four players and each easily earned his own way onto the All-Star squad.  Including Leblanc they probably had two of the top three players in the building.  Leblanc has the skills of a young Shareef Abdur-Rahim.  He is 6’7” with the lateral mobility of 6’1” talent.  Currently listed at a small forward, Leblanc could be special at 2-5.  If he has a weakness it rarely showed Sunday.  Maybe he could invest more defensively, but few opponents even attacked the imposing wing due to his shot blocking abilities.

    AAU 8th Grade Nationals (July 12th-16th, 2014): The long and fluid 6-foot-6 forward has the ability to play both forward spots both now and in the future, and do it well. He possesses a solid set of skills and as he develops, we expect him to make a full transition to the small forward spot, making him an even more dangerous prospect.

    02/16/14: "Leblanc looks to be in the process of making the transition to the wing but is currently best served in the role of a four man. He's the owner of a wide-shouldered frame and excellent wingspan, is a willing rebounder, a versatile defender, and can also operate efficiently from the high post. Throughout the John Lucas All-Star Weekend event, Leblanc put it on the floor, and showed glimpses of a prospect that could be the next major talent to come through Louisiana-based Madison Prep."

College Projection:

  • High-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 87 (3-Star)
  • National Rank: 128
  • Position Rank: 30
  • State Rank: 2

Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Average
  • Dribbling: Good
  • Passing: Good
  • Rebounding: Good
  • Intangibles: Excellent
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