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Evaluating Kendall Marshall & Reggie Bullock at the NBA camp

Monday, June 22, 2009

Kendall Marshall might not be the quickest of guards in the 2010 class, but he is as crafty as ever and is adding strength to his 6-foot-4 frame. He passes the ball in the midrange area as well as any of the point guards in the country. After consecutive 20 point games against Will Barton (who scored in single digits both games), Reggie Bullock looks to be the slightly better prospect. Barton might do a little more off the dribble than Bullock, but Bullock has a better build, is a better shooter and can also get to the rim with more streamlined, powerful drives. (Cardinal Report)

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