Harrison Ingram

Updated on 6/27/22.  Written by Alan Lu.

Height: 6-7
Weight: 230
College: Stanford
Classification: Sophomore
Birthdate: 11/27/2002

Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round

Pros:

Adequate scorer off the dribble
Can post up smaller players
Excels at scoring on off-ball motion plays
Solid playmaker
Good rebounder
Decent defender
Above average athlete
Good motor

Cons:

Needs to improve his shooting
May struggle to use his off hand, rarely looks to score with his right hand
Can play too wildly on offense, is turnover prone
Unselfish to a fault
Can be unfocused defensively
Not an elite shot blocker
Not an elite athlete

Summary:

Harrison Ingram is an athletic, skilled point forward that has solid playmaking skills, and he is a versatile playmaker that can more than capably run the point.  He’ll need to improve his shooting and he can sometimes be mistake prone at times, but his versatility and high basketball IQ could enable him to be a good find for an NBA team in the 2023 draft.

Links:
RealGM Profile
NBADraft.Net
247Sports’ Profile
Stanford’s Basketball Bio
Wikipedia Bio

Games Scouted:
12/10/20 St. Mark’s vs. Spring Creek Academy
1/11/22 Stanford vs. USC
1/20/22 Stanford vs. Arizona

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