Updated on 11/17/22. Written by Alan Lu.
Classification: Sixth-Year Senior
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Decent scorer off the dribble
Tremendous free throw generator
Solid rebounder for his size
Can struggle to score in traffic
Prone to hoisting up questionable shots
Can play too wildly on offense
Can tend to be a bit of a ball-stopper
Can be unfocused defensively
A bit undersized for his position
Marcus Carr is an athletic, skilled playmaker that can score the basketball. He had a very strong start to his junior season, but his shooting percentages tapered off as his team started dropping games in Big Ten Conference play. He is a scoring point guard that has the ability to take over games, and he can be too inconsistent at times, especially with his jump shot.
He transferred from Minnesota to Texas, but turned in a disappointing season this past year. Right now, he projects to be a borderline second round candidate for the 2023 draft.
NBA G-League’s 2021 G-League Elite Camp Player Measurements
ESPN’s Article on Carr Withdrawing from the 2021 NBA Draft
2/19/20 Minnesota vs. Indiana
12/15/20 Minnesota vs. Illinois
12/28/20 Minnesota vs. Michigan State
6/20/21 G-League Elite Camp
11/13/21 Texas vs. Gonzaga
11/16/22 Texas vs. Gonzaga
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