Updated as of 7/28/2021, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
College: Michigan State
2021 Top 100 Prospect Rank: 50
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Adequate scorer off the dribble
Excels at scoring on off-ball motion plays
Fairly good playmaker
Decent rebounder for his size
Struggles to score in traffic
Struggles to consistently create his own shot
Does not draw enough free throws
Prone to hoisting up questionable shots
Can be too passive on offense
Can be turnover prone
Can be undisciplined defensively
Aaron Henry is an athletic, swingman that can project into a 3 and D role in the NBA. He had a very good showing in the 2019 NCAA Tournament. Henry is also a very good defender, and he had a terrific defensive game in his team’s win over Duke recently. He is an unselfish player that can rack up assists, but his shooting percentages has taken a bit of a hit, as he has struggled to take on more volume as an offensive player.
He’s a smart, skilled player that has a knack for making solid team plays, but he will need to regain his outside shooting touch that he has shown previously. He is a solid playmaker and defensive player whose skill set could enable him to be a good value pick for an NBA team in the second round in the 2021 draft.
ESPN Draft Profile
The NBA’s 2021 NBA Draft Combine Player Measurements
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