Updated as of 11/21/2020, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
2020 rankings were finalized on 11/17/20.
College: Cal State Fullerton
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Fairly good shooter
Decent low post scorer
Decent scorer off the dribble
Above average athlete
Only an average free throw shooter
Lacks an elite first step off the dribble
Not an elite ball handler
May struggle to guard quicker players
Not an elite athlete
Limited experience against top competition
Missed considerable time due to a knee injury
Jackson Rowe is a strong, mobile combo forward that can score the basketball in a variety of ways. Hailing from Toronto, Canada, he can make shots from all over the floor, and he had a solid senior season at Cal State Fullerton. He’s a career 37% three-point shooter, and he is a solid marksman from beyond the arc.
On the downside, he played at a small D1 school, so there will be questions about the level of competition he’s faced, as he may be facing a considerable jump from that level to the NBA. Right now, Rowe may be a long shot to be drafted by a team in the NBA, but his ability to knock down shots could potentially allow him to compete for a roster spot in the association.
OC Register’s Article on Rowe Returning From a Knee Injury
Rowe’s Highlight Film from YouTube via Anthony Santos
2/1/20 Cal State Fullerton vs. UC Irvine
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