Anthony Edwards, a powerhouse athlete with a football background, could be the no. 1 pick in this year’s NBA draft after playing one season at Georgia. But there are gaps in his game that any team drafting him will have to address in order for him to reach his full potential. The Ringer’s Jonathan Tjarks gives a summary of his playing style, strengths, and weaknesses in this scouting report.
Anthony Edwards: A Scouting Report
Jonathan Tjarks breaks down Anthony Edward’s playing style, strengths, and weaknesses ahead of the 2020 NBA draft
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