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Nicholas Donnelly

Highland Village, TX - 2021

SchoolMarcus High School PositionPoint Guard Height5’11” Weight165 lbs. AAU TeamTexas Tar Heels- Gray HometownHighland Village, TX Class2021
Scouting Report

STRENGTHS

3pt Shooting
Defensive Rebounding
Fundamentally Sound
Help-Side Defense
Making Correct Passes
Scoring On All Three Levels
Shot Mechanics
Versatility
Ability To Create Plays
High Basketball IQ
Playing Without The Ball

NEEDS TO IMPROVE

Athleticism
Ball-Handling
Lateral Quickness
Leadership Skills
Mid-Range Shooting
Off-The-Dribble Shooting
Slashing Ability
Size For Position
Speed
Upper Body Strength
Transition Vision

  • Scout’s Notes:

    2018 NBA Combine Frosh/Soph Summit Camp

    Height: 6'0"
    Weight: 173 pounds
    DOB: 6/15/02
    Wingspan: 5'10.5"
    Standing Reach: 7'7"
    Standing Vertical: 26 inches
    Max Vertical: 30 inches
    3/4 Court Sprint: 3.01 sec
    Lane Agility: 10.46 Sec
    Lane Shuttle: 2.29 Sec

    Future150 Frosh/Soph Summit Camp (Aug 25-26, 2019) Donnelly is 6-foot wing who can flat it up from beyond the three point line.  He had several games where he hit four or more in the game.  Playing with out the ball, defensive rebounding and making the right play in the half court are all things he did well.  Coaches love having players on their team like Donnelly due to their is always a place on a team for a knock down shooter.  That peformance landed him in the All Star game.

College Projection:

  • Division III

Complete Rankings:

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Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Excellent
  • Dribbling: Average
  • Passing: Average
  • Rebounding: Average
  • Intangibles: Good
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Latest News on Nicholas Donnelly
2018 Future150 Frosh/Soph Summit Camp All Stars.Frosh/Soph Summit Camp Recap 2

9/02/2018 by Jason Pratt – Future150's Frosh/Soph Summit Camp was back in ATL for its 6th annual event. Players from 17 different states were on hand to compete for national recognition.

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