The 14th spot on the Brew Hoop Draft Board goes to Dennis Schröder, PG, Braunschweig (Germany). Schröder is one of the more heavily-scouted European players in recent years, fitting because he also might be one of the best. With good size (6'2", 6-7 wingspan) and speed for the point guard position, Schröder's physical profile puts him alongside many of the top PGs in the NBA and should help him hold up on defense. He's a very good ball handler and a creative playmaker. He's not a great scorer himself, though, struggling in transition and sporting a pretty poor pull-up jumper. That's easier to deal with if he's creating a lot of opportunities for teammates, and he does have an impressive understanding of pick-and-roll basketball considering his young age and Euro background. Schröder apparently struggled defensively in a few of his workouts, but he's still riding a big hype wave from the Nike Hoops Summit, where he looked at times like the best player in attendance.
The Brew Hoop Big Board
1. Ben McLemore - SG, Kansas
2. Otto Porter - SF, Georgetown
3. Victor Oladipo - SG, Indiana
4. Trey Burke - PG, Michigan
5. Nerlens Noel - C, Kentucky
6. Anthony Bennett - PF, UNLV
7. Alex Len - C, Maryland
8. Michael Carter-Williams - PG, Syracuse
9. CJ McCollum - G, Lehigh
10. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope - SG, Georgia
11. Shabazz Muhammad - SF, UCLA
12. Cody Zeller - PF/C, Indiana
13. Jamaal Franklin - SG, San Diego State
14. Dennis Schröder - PG, International
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