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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

3PT%

FT%

SPG

BPG

RPG

APG

PPG

2002-03 Vincennes C.C.

23

66.7

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66.3

1.0

1.6

7.4

1.4

14.0

2003-04 Vincennes C.C.

36

73.8

28.6

71.3

0.8

2.3

8.9

2.2

19.4

2004-05 Purdue

25

61.8

22.2

67.7

0.8

0.7

7.1

1.2

18.2

2005-06 Purdue

5

55.8

33.3

83.9

0.8

0.4

5.2

1.0

15.2

2006-07 Purdue

34

59.7

21.2

72.6

1.2

0.9

7.3

1.2

18.9

DIV I Totals

64

60.2

23.2

71.4

0.9

0.7

6.5

1.1

17.4

2007 Pre-Draft Scouting Report by Matthew Maurer

Assets
Shows good mobility running the court … Tough nosed player who fights hard every game … Does an excellent job of obtaining space in the post where he gets his body wide for guards to make easy passes … Post footwork, shooting touch and soft hands enable him to convert most opportunities in the paint … Offensively Landry is crafty as he will use a number of fakes to get his defender off balance and draw fouls … Back to the basket skills are quite advanced, displays a nice jump hook and turnaround jumper … Shows mid range shooting ability from 14-16 feet that he makes with regularity … Underrated post passer who is unselfish and sees the floor well … Quality rebounder in his area … Fundamentally sound as he understands how to read where the ball will go on missed shots when boxing out … Upper body strength enables him to finish after contact occurs … Basketball IQ is solid as Landry understands what his strengths are on the court and rarely goes outside of his comfort range …

Liabilities
Height leaves a little to be desired; at 6-7 to 6-8 he may struggle to effectively play the post in the NBA … To compound matters, Landry is just an average athlete not able to out-jump his opponents or explode off the floor offensively … Conditioning and stamina are still points of concern as he can appear winded at times … Not a great rebounder out of position … When defending bigger players, Landry can be prone to picking up quick fouls due to being overly aggressive … Defensively he lacks the explosiveness to be a shot blocker on any level … While kind of a tweener, his lack of consistent three point shooting and sub par perimeter defense will inhibit him from playing the small forward position … In the post, Landry will allow his man too much space and does a poor job of denying position … Potentially he is near his limit …

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