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2003 Scouting Report:

Strengths: Quick first step enables him to gain solid separation from his defender... Might be the best player in the nation when it comes to moving without the ball... Unlike many young players Hayes is an wonderful mid-range shooter... Patient scorer who doesn't force many shots that are not there ... Above average athleticism allows him to be a solid finisher in transition ... Smart player who has a great feel for the game ... His game savvy enables him to recognize mismatches and use his height to his advantage ... Effectively uses screens and quick catches to gain good shot opportunities ... Unselfish player who doesn't demand the ball on every possession ... Has legit three point range on his jumper... When slashing to the basket he has the body control and strength to finish after contact... Plays with a lot of poise as he is not one to play out of control... Offensively he has the ability to take over a game with his shooting ... Can make some difficult shots no matter the defensive pressure ...

Weakness: Offensively Hayes needs to really focus on taking opposing defenders off the dribble ... Just an average passer at this point... Improved court vision would better aid him when it comes to creating scoring opportunities for his teammates ... Remains an average defender despite his quickness due to lack of intensity ... Could stand to work on expanding his post skills to become more efficient on mismatches ... Fails to recognize double teams ... Lacks the ball handling ability to consistently take opposing defenders to the basket on isolation plays ... Tends to be a little turnover prone as he can get careless with the ball... Settles too much for the perimeter jumper... Doesn't do a good job of drawing fouls ... Despite his athleticism he is not the rebounder one should be at his college position of small forward ... Would benefit if he was to use a couple pump fakes to bait defenders into jumping into him on shots ala Reggie Miller... Defensively he has to learn how to play the passing lanes better to gain easy steals ...

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Statistics

SEASONS

GP

FG%

3PT%

FT%

SPG

BPG

RPG

APG

PPG

1999-00 Western Carolina

28

42.4

36.2

76.7

1.6

0.5

5.4

1.0

17.1

2000-01 Georgia

Transfer Student Did Not Play

2001-02 Georgia

29

45.1

32.7

76.5

1.1

0.5

5.2

1.5

18.6

2002-03 Georgia

27

50.3

42.5

78.4

1.1

0.4

4.4

2.0

18.3

DIV I Totals

83

48.2

38.9

77.8

1.3

0.5

5.0

1.5

18.0

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