Tony Bradley

Height: 6-10

Weight: 245

College: North Carolina

Classification: Freshman

Birthdate: 1/8/1998

2017 Top 100 Prospect Rank: 41

Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round

2017 NBA Draft: Round 1, Pick 28 by the Los Angeles Lakers (Rights Traded to the Utah Jazz)

Pros:

Active finisher around the basket

Excels at scoring on the move

Decent low post scorer

Tremendous free throw generator

Decent playmaker

Good hands

Gifted rebounder

Decent defensive player

Decent shot blocker

Very good​ athlete​

Cons:

Needs to improve his face-up game

Can miss shots wildly around the basket

Can be undisciplined defensively, which can lead to fouls

Not an elite shot blocker

Can be too inconsistent in games

Summary:

Tony Bradley is an athletic big man that can score and rebound the basketball in the paint to help his team in games.  He is a classic, back to the basket center that could develop into being a reliable low post scoring option, and he has an advanced set of moves for a player his age.

On the other hand, he may not be nearly as athletic or explosive as some of the other young big man prospects at his age.  He also does not appear to be a very good shot blocker right now, as he has not often accumulated blocks so far to start the season.​

Right now, Tony Bradley could be a potential first round pick for the upcoming draft.  NBA scouts and teams tend to get excited about watching young, productive big men that play in college basketball, especially those that tend to come from the powerhouses.  So far, Bradley seems to fit this mold, and if so, he could perhaps end up being a good player in the NBA.