Taylor Hendricks could be a modern-day power forward next to Chet Holmgren for the OKC Thunder.
In 34 games for UCF, Taylor Hendricks averaged 15 points, seven rebounds, an assist, and 2.6 STOCKS per game while shooting 47 percent from the floor, 39 percent from beyond the arc, and 78 percent from the free throw line.
Hendricks ranks in the 90th percentile in overall offense, 95th percentile in transition, 85th percentile in the half-court, 73rd percentile in spot-up scoring, 93rd percentile on post-ups, and 98th percentile as a pick-and-roll man.
Taylor Hendricks shot 39 percent on catch-and-shoot attempts, 33 percent off the dribble, and 58 percent on runners. At the rim, though, Hendricks shot just 58 percent despite being a 6’9 210, pound big man in the AAC.
Defensively, Hendricks ranked in the 84th percentile, including the 70th percentile as an isolation defender, 98th percentile on post-ups, and defended the pick-and-roll at a high level.
Taylor Hendricks is a lot of fans’ favorite prospect in the 2023 NBA Draft, and in order to acquire him, Sam Presti will likely need to jump into the top 10 to land the UCF big man.
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