Updated on 11/16/22. Written by Alan Lu.
Classification: Redshirt Senior
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Excels at scoring on off-ball motion plays
Can post up smaller players
Decent rebounder for his size
Has good strength
Struggles to score in traffic
Struggles to consistently create his own shot
Can tend to force the issue too much on offense
Unselfish to a fault
Can be undisciplined defensively
Only an average athlete
Kevin McCullar is a strong, mobile swingman that operated as the team’s point forward at Texas Tech this past year before announcing his intentions to transfer to Kansas. He will need to improve his jump shot, but his ability to distribute the basketball, make hustle plays, and play multiple positions could make him an intriguing option for NBA teams to consider in the second round of the 2023 draft.
The Athletic’s Article in which Sam Vecenie Lists His Big Board
3/2/20 Texas Tech vs. Butler
3/11/21 Texas Tech vs. Texas
12/7/21 Texas Tech vs. Tennessee
1/24/22 Texas Tech vs. Kansas
11/15/22 Kansas vs. Duke
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