It is rumored the Pistons have a promise with Patrick Williams...he is the youngest player in the draft:
Portland Trail Blazers
Wing, Florida State, freshman
PTS9.216.4 per 40
AST1.01.8 per 40
Versatile offensive threat who can serve as a shot creator or as a screener; he can fill a range of roles.
SHADES OF: Danilo Gallinari, P.J. Tucker
Efficient at-rim scorer who uses either hand on athletic extended finishes.
Talented scorer off the dribble who can rise—and sometimes hang —before draining tough, contested jumpers.
Sound decision-maker who plays within the system. He doesn’t pause possessions; he keeps the ball moving. Nor does he force bad shots; he looks for an open man.
Good playmaker for his size due to his solid handle and excellent passing vision. He loves to use hesitations, especially in the pick-and-roll, and he can deliver accurate passes off the dribble.
Does the little things like cutting, screening, and rebounding. With his size and skill, it’s projectable for a team to use him like a big as an on-ball screener who can pop for 3s or dive to the rim.
Smart, athletic team defender who communicates and disrupts actions with timely help defense.
Gritty player who hustles hard on defense. He’s had a handful of inspired chasedown blocks. As a rim protector, he’ll put in multiple efforts to get stops.
Flashes versatility on-ball in a switch-heavy scheme at Florida State. With improvements to his athleticism, he could shine.
Still developing as a spot-up shooter. He had to improve his form in high school to become a good free throw shooter (84 percent), but still struggles off the catch with a low, slow release.
He totaled nearly double the number of turnovers (50) as he did assists (29). Despite a knack for playmaking, he got called for countless travels due to raw footwork and forced drives into traffic.
Stiff man-to-man defender without the versatility to reliably switch onto guards and wings. He’s clunky moving laterally and changing directions, so he gets burned regularly.