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-- 6'8" Mid first round Rajon Rondo Darren Collison
  • The native of Germany has really come on strong in the last year or so, emerging as one of the premier point guard prospects in the draft. He played well at the Nike Hoop Summit back in April, showing off devastating quickness and a penchant for defense. Given his physical tools, Schroeder's ceiling is extremely high -- which makes him very attractive to teams drafting in the middle of the first round. In a couple of years, he could be an impact prospect. -- Jeff Borzello
  • Schroeder has outstanding speed with a first step that enables him to blow by most defenders with ease. He has very good ball-handling ability, and is adept in the open court and in transition. Given his 6-foot-8 wingspan, Schroeder's length and lateral speed make him a good defender. He can pressure the ball up to 94 feet. Knocks down shots to keep defenders honest. -- Jeff Borzello
  • The biggest knock on Schroeder seems to be his ability to truly run a team. From the tape I watched, he has a tendency to force things and commit too many turnovers at times. His speed is outstanding, but he got caught in difficult situations. His decision-making wasn't great, nor was his finishing in the lane. Most of his shots off the dribble came via floaters, and he avoided contact. -- Jeff Borzello
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