C.J. Wilcox NBA Draft Profile

C.J. Wilcox NBA Draft Profile

C.J. Wilcox, Junior, Shooting Guard, Washington



C.J. Wilcox has been relatively productive during his first two seasons at Washington. As a freshman he averaged 8.1 points per contest and that number went up to 14.2 in 2011-2012. He is a dynamic scorer who can knock down the long ball with consistency and use his 6-5 frame to attack the basket.

Wilcox’s big test will come during the 2012-2013 campaign when he will be asked to do a lot more for the Huskies. With a pretty depleted roster, Wilcox can make a huge splash this season and he may have to if he has hopes of playing in the NBA and getting selected in the 2013 NBA Draft.


Final Projection:

Wilcox is a little undersized for an NBA shooting guard, but he makes up for it with his wingspan. The NBA loves length and Wilcox has plenty of it. He is also a scorer, not just a shooter and that versatility is a big plus. However, attacking the basket with a 190 pound frame is a lot different in the NBA than it is in college and scouts will want to see more strength from Wilcox. A year older than most players in his class, Wilcox is a candidate to enter the 2013 NBA Draft with a good, and more importantly, consistent 2012-2013 season at Washington.


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