Updated as of 4/8/2020, scouting report written by Alan Lu.
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Adequate shooter, especially from the mid-range
Decent scorer off the dribble
Fairly good playmaker
Decent defensive player
Really struggled to make shots this season
Lacks an elite first step off the dribble
May have shot selection issues
Needs to improve his rebounding
Does not collect enough steals or blocks
Can struggle to guard quicker players
Jordan Bowden is an athletic, skilled combo guard that can score the basketball in a variety of ways. He started off on a good note, and he played well in his team’s win over Washington, but unfortunately, Bowden has really struggled with his jump shot mightily since then.
Right now, he may be a long shot to be drafted, but if he can regain his jump shot to where it used to be, he could perhaps project into a rotational, 3 and D type of player in the NBA.
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