He told ESPN on Tuesday that Duke second-year student Matthew Hurt will announce the 2021 NBA Draft and give up his remaining college qualifications by hiring an agent.
Hutt is ranked 48th in the ESPN 100. He was named the best ACC of the first team, and while averaging 18.3 points and 6.1 rebounds per game, he made 44.4% of his three-point field goals and won the best ACC. Progressive player award.
The 6-foot-9, 20-year-old Hutt is considered to be one of the most skilled offensive players in the NBA draft. It is currently expected that the three-pointer percentage of all draft players is second only to Baylor’s Davion Mitchell. Mitchell).
In the era of happy three-pointers, as high-quality NBA teams begin to shoot outside, players like Hutt will expand their defensive capabilities with their outstanding height and shooting touch.
Hurt is not only an expert in catching and shooting, he also ranks among the best in multiple categories due to his ability to score from beyond the three-point line. According to Synergy Sports Technology, he makes 48% of dribble jumpers and he makes shots. After scoring 71
In the past 30 years of college basketball games, Hutt and Clitton’s Doug McDermott (Doug McDermott) shot over 63% from the field and 44% from the field. He will be the second draft pick. player of.
Hutt is a high school student. He won the gold medal of the U.S. basketball team at the 2018 FIBA Americas U18 Championship. He was appointed as the basketball player of Minnesota and was invited to participate in the McDonald’s National Games and Nike Basketball Summit in 2019.
When one of Duke’s players tested positive for COVID-19 before the quarterfinals of the ACC Championship, his playoff hopes were shattered, which forced the team to withdraw from the game and effectively ended the season.
The NBA draft will be held on July 29th. The draft federation originally scheduled to be held on June 21 will conduct a competitive 5-on-5 action under public health conditions.