After a relatively quite couple of days at the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago, it looks like the ball is starting to get rolling for one of the premiere scorers in college basketball this season. According to Ryan Feldman of The Hoops Report, Andrew Goudelock has workouts lined up with 17 NBA teams in the weeks leading up to the draft. The Pistons, Thunder, Lakers, Spurs and Heat are among the teams reportedly bringing in the College of Charleston product for a closer look.
Goudelock, a 6-foot-2 point guard, averaged nearly 24 points per game this season on nearly 46% shooting. His role - as we've talked about before - will ultimately be two-fold in the NBA: act primarily as an offensive facilitator and stretch the defense in spot-up situations. Goudelock is a tremendous perimeter threat with range beyond the NBA arc, connecting on 41% of his shots during the season on almost nine attempts per game. The biggest question mark in his game remains however, being able to defend his position at the next level. These concerns remained at the forefront during his appearance at the Portsmouth Invitational, though his offensive performance did little to scare away scouts.
The Charleston gunner is currently projected to be drafted by the Detroit Pistons with the 22nd pick in the 2nd round according to DraftExpress. NBADraft.net has him landing in New Orleans with the 15th pick and the 2nd round.