Updated as of 6/27/2022, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
Projected Draft Range: Likely Undrafted
Adequate scorer off the dribble
Has decent defensive potential
Needs to improve his shooting
Lacks an elite first step off the dribble
Not an elite ball handler
Too passive on offense
Can tend to be undisciplined defensively
Underwhelming in his first three seasons in college basketball
Hasn’t seen much playing time in college basketball
Bryan Antoine is an athletic, skilled combo guard that was a highly touted recruit coming into Villanova. He was a 2019 McDonald’s All-American, and big things were expected from him entering his freshman year.
However, he rarely saw playing time as a freshman, and he spent most of the season riding the pine. He didn’t play much as a sophomore or junior, and he has since announced his decision to transfer to Radford. He hasn’t proven that he can play well at the collegiate level yet as he really struggled to make shots or get playing time at Villanova, and it could be doubtful that Antoine could prove himself to be a draft-worthy player in 2023.
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