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Paulie Stramaglia

Mountain Brook, AL - 2020

SchoolMountain Brook PositionPoint Guard Height6’0” Weight170 lbs. AAU TeamBJBC HometownMountain Brook, AL Class2020
90 National Rank#99State Rank#5
Scouting Report


3pt Shooting
Changing Pace
Elite Ball-Handling Skills
Fundamentally Sound
Making Correct Passes
Mid-Range Shooting
On-Ball Defense
Scoring With Either Hand
Shot Mechanics
Slashing Ability
Ability To Create Plays
Feel For The Game
High Basketball IQ
Transition Vision


High Motor
Lateral Quickness
Leadership Skills
Off-The-Dribble Shooting
Slashing Ability
Upper Body Strength
Vocal / Floor General
Playing Without The Ball

  • Scout’s Notes:

    City of Palms 2018 (December 18-21, 2018) Stramaglia had a huge tournament taking home the "Mr. Hustle" Award after beating the #2 team in the country IMG.

    Future150 Summit Camp Combine Measurements:

    Height: 6'0"
    Weight: 169 pounds
    Wingspan: 5'11.5"
    Standing Reach: 7'6"
    Standing Vertical: 30 inches
    Max Vertical: 33 inches 
    3/4 Court Sprint: 2.8 seconds
    Lane Agility: 5.22 seconds
    Shoe Size: 12.5
    D.O.B.: 04/19/17

    Future150 National All-American Camp (October 8th-9th): Stramaglia impressed with his overall awareness on the floor this weekend, not forcing anything and letting the game come to him. Just a freshman, he still has plenty of room to grow and his basketball IQ and overall skills as a floor general have improved vastly since the AAU season began this past Spring.

    Future150 Elite24 Camp (August 6th-7th): One of the best playmakers at the camp was the 5'10" point man. He's used to playing against older competition, so his ability really shined through now that he finally played against prospects his own age at Elite24 Camp. He's headed to Alabama power Mountain Brook (AL) this season, so expect him to improve and develop. - Eric Hampford

    Future150 Underclassmen Camp Birmingham- (Feb 27-28, 2016) Stramaglia was one of the top players in the camp.  He continues to get better and better.  Playing JV basketball at a 7A school this past year has helped his game progress tremendously. He has elite court vision and his ball handling allows him to break down defenders and create for his teammates.  The one thing he has added to his game is a consistent 3-point shot.  You can tell he's been putting in the hours and tweaking it some to make it more fundamental.  Solid over all performance this past weekend but at this point its expected.  

    Future150 All American Camp- (Oct 10-11, 2015) Stramaglia gets better everytime we see him play.  He has grown 2 inches, added 10 lbs of weight and has become more athletic.  His feel for the game is making strides and the speed of the game is slowing down. His court awareness and ability to create plays might be his biggest asset he has to date.  At times this past weekend this 8th grader looked like a seasoned junior running the show and making plays.  Solid overal performance. Look for him to make the next national rankings update coming soon.

    Future150 Elite24 Camp (Aug 8-9, 2015):  Paul had a sub par showing the first day, but the second day of camp it clicked.  He was dealing.  Getting out in transition and creating plays for his team. Paul was also beating the defender off the dribble with hesitation dribbles and crossovers topped off with crafty high floaters of the backboard. He also stepped up to the challenge defensively this weekend, which is rare in a camp setting.

    King James Southern Showcase-(April 10-12, 2015) Stramaglia once again put on a show this past weekend.  He has sick handles and elite court vision creating easy baskets for his teammates. He has a good first step and quick hands.  If left open he will torch you with the 3-ball which he made all weekend long.  His best attribute is his ability to be crafty with the ball when attacking the rim and scoring over bigger players. Look for him to break into the national rankings next update.

    Birmingham Metro Tournamet- (Feb-2015) Stramaglia is a crafty player in both the half and full court. He is almost impossible to stop when he's in attack mode.  His ability to split double teams and showed the ability to finish in a variety of ways which makes him special.  His instincts and feel for the game at such a young age is something that just can't be taught.  By the way, he not a bad 3-point shooter as well.  Once he puts it all together and grows another 3-5 inches, look out.  Solid D1 potential.

College Projection:

  • High-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 90 (4-Star)
  • National Rank: 99
  • Camp Rank: 15
  • Position Rank: 28
  • State Rank: 5

Skills Review:

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