College: Boston Cellege
Fairly good scorer off the dribble
Fairly good shooter from all over the floor
Good rebounder for a player his size
Decent defensive player
Better than advertised than athlete
Can be a ball stopper
Can be a bit turnover prone
Can have lapses defensively
Not an elite athlete
Undersized to play the point
Ky Bowman had a terrific showing in a December 9th game against Duke, as he nearly had a triple-double in his team’s win over them. He scored 30 points, and posted 10 rebounds, and 9 assists on that day. He’s a score-first guard that can make shots from anywhere on the court.
But though he’s increased his output in most statistical categories, he actually averaged fewer assists per game, and had a worse Assist to Turnover ratio this year than when he was a sophomore. Bowman can put up numbers, but there are concerns if he can effectively run the point consistently, and fit into a team. Right now, he may project to be a potential second round pick in 2019.