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Bryce Taylor E-mail
  • Name: Bryce Taylor
  • Position: SG
  • Height: 6-5
  • Weight: 210
  • College Team: Oregon Ducks
  • Nationality: American
  • Hometown: Encino, California
  • Birthdate: 9/27/1986
  • Class: Senior
  • High School: Harvard-Westlake

Strengths: Taylor has a solid grasp on the fundamentals of the game … Possesses legit NBA 3-point range that he can make with regularity … Has improved greatly setting up defenders with hesitations and fakes to get into the lane … Offensively, Taylor is a patient player who allows the game to come to him … Understands how to utilize the mid-range jumper when shooting off the dribble … Defensively, he shows good effort, toughness, and effective athleticism … Quality free throw shooter … Taylor’s high basketball IQ and good decision making enable him to play error-free ball on most occasions … Displays strong upper body strength that prevent him from getting pushed around easily … Excellent finisher in transition with the body strength and decent leaping ability to finish in traffic … Does a good job of using screens to get open looks at the basket … Locker room guy who is a quality person off the court … Has a solid work ethic and, more importantly, the desire to improve … Decent ball handler who has the ability to bring the ball up the court or lead the fast break … Unselfish player who consistently plays within a team concept with no problem … Displays excellent mechanics with a quick release, capable of needing little time to get his shot off …

Weaknesses: Failed to play up to the expectations that many placed on him this year … Some of this has to do with his inability to be aggressive and confident during the course of a game … Seems to almost disappear at times and does not demand the ball as much as he should … On the college level he has become a solid defender, but will have to improve his lateral quickness in the NBA … Struggles at times when defending guards with length and athleticism, but to his credit he does better when he has time to pick-up on opposing players’ tendencies … Still learning how to create off the dribble consistently … Lacks the explosiveness to be a quality rebounder … Height will lead some to question if he would be more useful as a combo guard, switching between the guard positions, but this will require improvement on ball protection and court vision … Hasn’t been as good this year moving without the ball, which could be due in part to Oregon’s inconsistent point guard play … This lack of activity has severely limited his ability to draw fouls and get to the free throw line … Seems too content deferring scoring to teammates rather than demanding the ball, which his talent level and senior status should command … Lacks the first step to get full separation from defenders if his assignment doesn’t bite on his fakes …

Matthew Maurer – 3/21/08

Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

3PT%

FT%

SPG

BPG

RPG

APG

PPG

2004-05 Oregon

27

42.7

37.0

66.7

0.6

0.4

2.4

1.6

11.6

2005-06 Oregon

23

40.6

26.7

79.7

0.8

0.1

2.4

1.6

9.3

2006-07 Oregon

37

51.7

42.2

82.6

1.0

0.2

4.6

1.7

14.1

2007-08 Oregon

30

46.1

38.2

82.3

0.7

0.4

3.8

1.4

12.8

DIV I Totals

117

46.0

36.9

78.3

0.8

0.3

3.5

1.6

12.2

 

 

Comments  

 
0 #1 gary williams 2008-03-20 00:45
looks like bryce did not have the senior year he may have expected himself to have. But he's the son of former NBA star Brian Taylor and he's probably a chip off the old block. He is a sleeper right now, but a good pick. I watched his father in high school and college. Bryce moves like his dad at times. He comes from a very athletic family. His uncle Bruce Taylor was rookie of the year in 1970 wth the San Francisco 49ers as a cornerback. How's that for genetics!! Bryce will make it. good luck.
 

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