Page updated as of 4/8/2020, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
2017 rankings were finalized on 6/22/2017.
Professional Team: FMP Beograd
Classification: International ’95
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Excels at scoring on the move
Adequate scorer off the dribble
Fairly good playmaker
Fairly good rebounder
Decent defensive player that can get steals
Better than advertised athlete
Versatile player that can play multiple positions
Quite productive overseas
Needs to improve his shooting
Can be too passive on offense
Can be out of position when going for boards
Can tend to have lapses defensively
Not an elite athlete
Relative unknown commodity
Overshadowed by a higher profile teammate
Dejan Davidovac is a smart, skilled basketball player that is a solid playmaker and rebounder when he is on the court. He has been quite productive in the Adriatic League and in the Serbian League, as he has been averaging roughly 10 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists per game in both leagues combined.
But unfortunately, he may be a long shot to be drafted, as he has not received much draft buzz this year despite the production, as he has been overshadowed by his own teammate, Jonah Bolden considerably.
Davidovac is a point forward that knows how to play the game, and he may potentially end up being a sleeper late in the draft. If he does not get selected, he could end up being an international star overseas as he has the skills to carve out a long, solid career in professional basketball.
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