Chace Stanback NBA Draft Profile

Chace Stanback NBA Draft Profile

Chace Stanback, Senior, Small Forward, UNLV



On a talented UCLA team, Chace Stanback rarely saw the floor as a freshman during the 2007-2008 campaign. Appearing in just 25 games, Stanback averaged a mere 5.8 minutes per contest. The 6-8 forward was considered a good recruit, but there just was not much room for him on the Bruins roster that season. After going to the Final Four with UCLA, Stanback opted to leave his Los Angeles, California home and head to the desert.

Stanback made a much bigger impact once he was eligible to suit up for UNLV in 2009-2010. He ranked second on the Runnin’ Rebels with 10.7 points per game and led the squad with 5.8 rebounds. His quick hands and long frame also led to quite a few steals and blocks and it was his defense that earned him some postseason accolades.

Final Projection:

Stanback continued to improve during the 2010-2011 campaign. His outside shot developed more consistency as he knocked down 36.2 percent of his attempts from long range and that has just added to his dynamic scoring ability. Yet it is Stanback’s ability to do everything, most notably hit the glass and play superb defense that has him on the NBA’s radar as a probable second round selection in the 2012 NBA Draft.

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