Updated on 2/19/21. Written by Alan Lu.
Professional Team: Armani Milan
Classification: Non-College Draft Prospect
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Fairly good shooter, especially from deep
Adequate scorer off the dribble
Excels at scoring on off-ball motion plays
Adept at drawing charges
Lacks an elite first step off the dribble
Prone to hoisting up questionable shots
Needs to improve his rebounding
Struggles to guard quicker players
Only an average athlete
A bit undersized to play either backcourt position
Has not received much playing time overseas this season
Davide Moretti is a skilled, sharpshooting combo guard that played his first three years at Texas Tech in college basketball. He is currently playing overseas for the 2020-21 season for Armani Milan. This season, he has not seen much playing time on the court, and while he’s shown flashes of the strong shooting skills he displayed in college, he has not posted very good shooting percentages overseas so far.
Currently, it looks to be unlikely that he will be drafted by an NBA team this year, but he could perhaps get more looks from NBA teams if he can consistently play well in high-level professional leagues in the future. While he doesn’t possess elite physical tools, his jump shot and his intangibles could enable him to make an NBA team’s roster in the future.
Euroleague Article On Milan Signing Moretti
YouTube’s Highlights of the 10/18/20 Armani Milan-Virtus Roma Game via LBA
2/23/19 Texas Tech vs. Kansas
3/28/19 Texas Tech vs. Michigan
4/8/19 Texas Tech vs. Virginia
1/25/20 Texas Tech vs. Kentucky
3/2/20 Texas Tech vs. Baylor
2/14/21 Armani Milan vs. Pesaro
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