GigaScout Player and Team Assessment  
 
 
 
Name: Greg Devlin
Position: Guard (G)
Description: Greg is a sophomore on the varsity team at Phillips Academy Andover.
Assessor: Nate Meehan - Teammate
 
Player Analysis  
 
1. Importance Very important   Greg, the sky is the limit for your game. You can be a big contributor to your team and achieve many personal goals.
2. Wisdom Important   As a point guard, you need to control the tempo of the game, be the leader in assists, and contribute a significant number of points from the field and free throw line. You need to be a leader on the court.

As a shooting guard, you need to shoot the three extremely well, and soften the defense with good penetrating moves.

3. Knowledge Important   As a point guard, you will need to have at least 6 assists per game, and at least 10 points, while having less than 4 turnovers.

As a shooting guard, you will need to score more than 15 points, with at least three 3 pt shots.

4. Current Assessment Awesome   You have an outstanding game right now that is only going to get better as you grow, get quicker and faster, get more playing time, and practice hard.
5. Future Assessment Awesome   Your basketball future is bright. You need to keep up your school grades and academic studying, and get involved in community activities to help others.
6. Risk Very Low   You need to keep focused on the positive things in your life that will keep you moving forward.
7. Practice Plan Assigned   When not participating in team practice, you need to practice 2 hours a day. Each day, you need to do a 30 minute workout in a weight room, concentrating on speed, quickness and strength. Then 90 minutes in a gym working on specific skills.
8. Game Plan Key   As a point guard, you need to be a leader in assists, and one of the top three scorers.

As a shooting guard, you need to be one of the top two scorers on the team.

 
 
 
Future Assessment Probabilities, Reasons and Explanations
 
   Possible Outcome Probability Value Reasons and Explanations
1. Awesome   80% All aspects of your game are going to improve with more practice and playing time. Being part of an active AAU program will help.
2. Good   20% Being a "good" player would only happen if you get hurt or don't get enough playing time.
3. Fair   0%
4. Bad   0%
5. Terrible   0%
 
Key Factors


Key Factor Importance   Current Assessment   Future Assessment  
1. 3 Pt Shooting   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
2. Dribbling   Very important   Good   Awesome
3. Foul shots   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
4. Assists   Very important   Good   Good
5. Man-on-man defense   Very important   Good   Awesome
6. Passing   Very important   Good   Good
7. Press break   Very important   Good   Awesome
8. Shooting   Very important   Awesome   Awesome
9. Fast break   Important   Good   Good
10. Press   Important   Good   Good
11. Rebounding   Important   Fair   Good
12. Steals   Important   Good   Good
13. Turnovers   Important   Good   Awesome
14. Zone defense   Important   Good   Good
 
 


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