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Notes from CobyWhite/SeventhWoods column

Column: Who will win the point guard battle? 

Seventh Woods (Jr) vs Coby White (Fr)

*No shots taken at K.J. Smith or Rechon Black, but I honestly don’t foresee them offering much competition in regards to battling for the top lead guard role in the offense. It’s probably safe to say that the race is solely between Woods and White, and, while the two are naturally combo guards who are comfortable playing off the ball and could each be slotted as off-guards, there are only so many minutes available for small guards in the rotation. As is, Woods, White, Kenny Williams, and Andrew Platek seem to be the likely quartet receiving the most time in the backcourt, with other wings cutting into their time as well if coach Roy Williams opts to play big. So, Smith and Black will likely be seeing limited playing time, which isn’t an entirely unforeseen development considering they’re both entering their first season playing for UNC. And, not meaning to be crass or harsh, but Smith didn’t exactly show much to be excited for during his lone season at Pacific in 2016-2017, averaging 3.2 points on 36.4 percent from the field, 21.6 percent from deep and 50 percent from the line in 24 games. 

Important Categories:

  • Offensive Role 
    • Woods
      • Shows some potential as a passer out of the P&R. (0.72 PPP on 25 possessions his freshman year, 44%ile, “Average.”) (
      • Although he’s struggled as a finisher in transition and on cuts, he has the athleticism to get to the basket at will, especially if he tightens his handle. Despite that, he’s still a poor finisher at the basket and struggles in transition scenarios. 
      • Not a good shooter from deep. Unreliable jumper with a hitch in his shooting form. Has yet to prove that he can be a threat from deep, so defenders will be able to sag off of him without much consequence. 
      • Shows some potential as a mid-range threat, however, going 8-15 last season. Perhaps that’s a sign that his jumper is slowly improving (but, likewise, maybe it’s not). 
      • Not a natural passer or playmaker, has yet to show much improvement over his first two seasons at UNC. Possible that injury-plagued seasons have stunted his growth and that a productive summer could prove to be highly beneficial, but that’s still an unknown for the time being. 
      • Poor transition player, both in terms of scoring and playmaking. 0 points on 14 transition plays last season. 25 points on 42 transition plays as a freshman (4%ile, “Poor”). 
      • Terrible sophomore season overall (22 points on 44 possessions, 3%ile, “Poor”). Terrible freshman season, too (0.484 PPP on 126 possessions, 3%ile, “Poor”). 
    • White
      • Has great shooting mechanics, both off the dribble and on spot ups. Great shot prep and footwork. Should immediately help as a floor spacer. 
      • Fearless finisher. Not afraid to go downhill and finish amongst the trees. Capable of hitting tough shots do to good touch and finesse. Needs to add strength and other moves, however, due to how often he gets blocked by bigger defenders and/or caught in the air with nowhere to go. 
      • Solid handle. 
      • Not a primary playmaker, still learning how to play point. According to Cole Zwicker of The Stepien (need to view tape), showed ability to make simple reads during USA U18 play, which is promising. 
  • Defensive Role 
    • Woods
      • Despite average size (6-foot-2, 180 lbs), his elite athleticism really helps him on the defensive end. Has proven to be a pesty on-ball defender over his first two years at UNC. Good (must verify via tape) foot speed helps him compete with quick guards, especially in both isolations scenarios and in the P&R. 
      • Showed flashes of defensive upside his freshman season. 0.748 PPP on 123 possessions overall (82%ile, “Very Good”), proving to be good defending P&R ball handlers (0.667 PPP on 48 possessions, 71%ile, “Very Good”), spot ups (0.905 PPP on 42 possessions, 55%ile, “Good”), and isolations (0.75 PPP on 20 possessions, 54%ile, “Good”). 
      • Struggled overall last season (0.956 PPP on 68 possessions, 24%ile, “Below Average”), in part to both injury and the team’s poor defense as a whole. However, he was good defending isolations (0.455 PPP on 11 possessions, 92%ile, “Excellent”) and P&R ball handlers (0.682 PPP on 22 possessions, 68%ile, “Very Good”). Terrible at defending spot ups though (1.333 PPP on 24 possessions, 4%ile, “Poor”). 
      • What is the cause for his poor defensive play last season? Injury? Poor team play? Both? Hard to analyze his defensive impact, but it seems safe to assume (albeit based on limited data/tape) that he’s capable on-ball but less so off-ball. 
      • Must view tape to determine defensive instincts on- and off-ball. Data says that he’s solid on-ball, but must prove it. Is he good at deflecting passes and jumping the passing lane? Must watch tape to see.
      • He generally competes and is active on the defensive end.  
    • White
      • Although he’s somewhat tall for his position (6-foot-5), his short wingspan (6-foot-4?) and narrow frame (170 lbs?) will hinder him on the defensive end. Doesn’t have the added length to corral opposing ball handlers nor the length to make plays in the passing lane. Must watch tape to analyze foot speed. 
      • Not a great defender by any means, but he competes on that end, which is all you can ask of a so-so defender. 
      • Must watch tape to see how his defensive instincts are: on-ball, in space, P&R, closing out on shooters, etc. 
  • Upside 
    • Hard to definitively analyze both players, due to Woods’ limited playing time because of his role as a backup and his injury-riddled tenure up to this point, and due to White’s unknown role entering UNC. Both players have clashing styles of play, as well as impacts on both ends of the floor. However, both have big shoes to fill with Joel Berry II and Theo Pinson — UNC’s two primary playmakers from last year — gone, and have to make up for a lot of lost production in the backcourt. 
    • Woods
      • Lack of scoring touch, perimeter shooting, and point guard instincts severely limit his potential on the offensive end. Likely taps out as an OK playmaker and average finisher if all goes well. His role on the team will likely be that of a defensive pest, with limited playmaking equity on offense. Due to seniority, he’ll likely be in the starting lineup on opening night, but his spot is in no means safe, with White fighting for a chance to usurp him as starting point guard. 
    • White
      • Due to his natural scoring talent and shooting ability, he could really become a special guard prospect by season’s end. He’ll likely come off the bench to begin the season, but solid play could be enough to promote him to a starter sooner than later. If he proves to be a consistent shooter, average passer/playmaker, and competent defender (whatever that means), he should steal the starting job — and maybe even work his way into one-and-done consideration. He’s a sneaky one-and-done candidate due to his skillset and due to how lackluster the 2019 draft class appears. 

Important Notes to Make

  • Stats help tell a story, but only part of it. They’re not the end-all-be-all, certainly not when describing a player. With that said, both Basketball Reference and Synergy provide great statistical data that help paint a clearer picture, despite both databases having their own flaws and limitations. 
  • When discussing White, everything is theoretical and based off of my own observations of his tape up to this point. The player he was in prep competition isn’t the same as who he was for Team USA, and that player isn’t the same as who he’ll be as a Tar Heel. Head coach Roy Williams, as well as his coaching and training staff, will work to develop White into a better player and will work to figure out what his best role is as a Tar Heel. And, without him stepping foot on that Carolina blue hardwood, nothing is certain nor set in stone — all of this is observational, and he could very well exceed or fall short of any sort of statistical or general projection. The only sure thing is that White is one talented guard, and he has a bright future — at the NCAA level and beyond. 
  • When discussing Woods, there are real limitations to analyzing both data and film. His freshman season shouldn’t carry too much weight, since he was merely a freshman adjusting to college competition, and that’s not the player he is today. Likewise, his sophomore campaign should carry even less, since he missed 17 consecutive games due to a broken foot, and his level of play (and role) dropped off significantly post-injury. Of his 20 games from last season, only seven are actually worth analyzing in depth: he cracked eight or more minutes in six of the seven games, but only hit that threshold twice in his final 13. (Averaged 10.86 minutes over first seven games, averaged only five minutes over the final 13 games.) (Use quotes about how he hasn’t had a completely healthy season yet, via his interview in the IC article on the point guard battle and how he’s learning from the likes of Kendall Marshall and others.) Perhaps one reason for receiving playing time at the beginning of the season was due to the competition — UNC won six of the seven games by an average margin of 18.5 points, meaning that there was extra time for bench players to play without much consequence (need to watch tape to determine whether or not Sev was getting garbage time minutes or not). Perhaps another reason for his generous playing time then was due to Joel Berry II missing the first game and then playing while limited with a broken hand. And, as far as his limited play in the second half of the season, perhaps that was due to his poor play overall, not just because of injury (after all, it’s hard to determine just how much — or how little — a player is impacted by injury). 
  • Overall… Whatever advantage Woods has defensively over White isn’t enough to make up for his offensive shortcomings, and thus, the starting lead guard spot should inevitably be surrendered to White if this team is to play to its fullest potential. 

vs. Northern Iowa 11/10/17

18 minutes, 9 points (3/6 FG), 2 assists, 2 steals 

  • 11:17[Office1] — Catches the ball in the corner, uses a quick dribble into a pull-up mid-range jumper. Makes his shot. 
  • 11:34[Office2] — Ball handler passes to a player in the corner, Woods moves baseline in an attempt to cut off a potential drive, player passes it back to who Woods was originally guarding. Terrible off-ball awareness. Results in an open three that UNI makes. 
  • 11:50[Office3] — Goes right around a Luke Maye screen, draws a double team as the defense commits, throws a nifty overhead pass for an open Maye three (which he misses). Great read on the P&R. 
  • 13:00 — In the midst of a ton of movement on defense, he runs to cut off a driver despite another defender being nearby to help, thus creating a triple-team and leaving his man wide open. Luckily Kenny Williams is able to intercept the pass that was headed to a would-be wide-open shooter. Terrible off-ball awareness. 
  • 14:45[Office4] — Catches the ball beyond the arc off of a pindown screen, instead of setting his feet for a three he dribbles once into a long pull-up 2. He doesn’t go straight up and instead uses a quick pump fake, only to miss the jumper. Needs to either be confident in his ability to score off the dribble or in his ability to knock down spot-up threes. Had the open look but caught the ball with his mind immediately looking to attack instead of go straight up. 
  • 16:06 — Great read off-ball on offense, follows Pinson’s eyes and cuts to the basket. Catches baseline and draws the foul on layup attempt. Makes both free throws. 
  • 17:53 — Makes another cut to the basket by running around a crowd, goes for a lefty layup but is unable to hit the shot. 
  • 18:05 — Good example of quick feet. Stays in front of the ball handler, follows him through a screen. Play results in an assisted basket, but overall it’s a good example of his ability to stay in front of his man. 
  • 30:54 — Catches the ball beyond the arc, uses a quick two-dribble crossover to create space for a pull-up two. Makes it.
  • 31:16[Office5] — Seals off the drive as a help defender, strips the ball and gets a steal. 
  • 31:17 — Maintains possession of the ball after a steal, makes a great look-ahead pass to a streaking Maye, who ultimately gets stripped. Good awareness in transition. 
  • 32:03[Office6] — ISOing at the top of the key with around 10 seconds left on the game clock, he uses a quick crossover to lose the defender and step into a wide-open pull-up jumper. Nails the shot. 
  • 40:10 — Makes a simple read, hits Maye off of a pindown for an easily made three pointer. Simple play, but he got the assist. 
  • 42:54 — Catches the ball off a pindown, sees an open driving lane and gets fouled while going up for a layup. Makes one of two. 
  • 49:08 — Woods catches the ball in transition, attacks the basket and attempts a heavily-contested runner that he misses, showing a bit of tunnel vision. Had a trailing Kenny Williams who would’ve had an open three. Made a bad read. 
  • 51:03[Office7] — Makes an incredible play defending in transition, stripping the ball from the opponent just as he’s going up for a layup. Great, great hands. 
  • 3 of his 18 minutes were garbage time 

vs. Michigan 11/29/17

vs. Miami 2/29/18

vs. Duke 2/9/17 

http://www.espn.com/mens-college-basketball/player/gamelog/_/id/4065676/year/2017/seventh-woods

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Coby White Scouting Report 

FIBA U18 Americas Championship (Summer 2018)

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(Named to U18 FIBA Americas All-Stars)

FIBA: primarily played as the 2-guard; ideally, in college and pros he’d operate as a secondary ball-handler, since he’s not a true point as far as his vision goes; 

Dominican Republic vs USA – Group Phase – FIBA U18 Americas (June 10, 2018)

  • 17:56 — gets blocked going up for a layup 
    • could be used to explain his lack of elite burst/athleticism
    • good-not-great athlete
  • 19:08 — fell asleep guarding his man without the ball, opponent was able to catch and drive to the hoop
  • 19:48 — fails to boxout on a free throw attempt, the shooter grabs his own miss despite him being the only opponent even inside the arc 
  • 20:02-20:07 — grabs the ball and pushes it, attacks downhill and draws contact 
  • 21:15 — hounds the defender off-ball, pokes the ball loose before opponent can catch a pass; doesn’t recover the loose ball, though 
  • 40:07 — uses a stepback move to create space for his jumper; misses the shot short, possibly due to not holding his follow-through 
  • 40:22 — drives and makes fairly easy layup 
  • 43:38 — makes a smooth spot-up three 
  • 44:39— goes around screen, attacks the basket, draws in all five defenders and misses tough shot; should’ve passed it out to either Anthony in the corner or Grimes on the wing; example of occasional tunnel vision when driving to the rim [Office1] 
  • 1:23:39 — makes wide open spot-up three in the corner 
  • 1:24:12 — uses a behind-the-back dribble move into a pullup two, misses the shot
  • 1:28:50 — makes open spot-up three from the wing 
  • 1:45:25 — makes spot-up in the corner over a late contest
  • 1:49:19 — misses stepback three 

Panama v. USA — Group Phase — FIBA U18 Americas 

Puerto Rico v. USA — Group Phase — FIBA U18 Americas 

USA v. Ecuador — Quarter-Finals — FIBA U18 Americas 

USA v. Argentina — Semi-Finals — FIBA U18 Americas (June 15, 2018)

USA v. Canada — Finals — U18 FIBA Americas (June 16, 2018)

Nike EYBL — Team CP3

  • Vs Oakland Soldier 8/21/17
    • 1:59 — makes dribble pull-up three in transition 
    • 3:47 — pumpfakes, attacks the closeout and gets an easy layup 
    • 5:20 — gets blocked at the rim; not much lift on his takeoff 
    • 6:45 — drives to rim, goes up, readjusts in midair, absorbs contact, gets and-one
    • 7:39 — uses crossover and quick first step to blow by defender, draws in opposing big, and then hits cutting big with an assist
    • 8:47 — attacks basket, is met by two defenders and gets blocked; ball goes out of bounds, results in a turnover in a crucial situation with CP3 only up one with less than a minute remaining; crucial possession wasted
  • Session Three 5/16/17 
    • 0:35 — he’s not the most explosive guard ever… but he can get up when he needs to; nasty poster dunk over defender; great highlight and shows tenacity 
    • 1:24 — fakes, attacks closeout, dribbles into smooth pullup J

Greenfield School — Prep

Jordan Brand Classic (April 8, 2018)

  • 6:18— gets blocked at the rim twice
  • 21:30 — gets blocked at the rim 
  • 44:37 — gets blocked… again 
  • allhis blocks [Office19] 

Note: plays the game at 100mph, needs to learn how to slow it down at times. It seems like he was making progress during FIBA play, as he was playing within himself a lot more than before. 

https://247sports.com/college/north-carolina/Bolt/UNC-Tar-Heels-Coby-White-Concludes-Prep-Career-With-NC-Record-3573-Points-115585022/
https://www.mcdonaldsallamerican.com/content/dam/aag/AABOYS.pdf
https://jordanbrandclassic.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/2018JBCBoysFinalBox.pdf
https://www.d1circuit.com/roster_players/17820751

John Wall Invitational 

  • Uses hang-dribble to fake out the defender, creating enough separation to glide to the rim for a layup 

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