- Work Ethic: Hutchison retooled his game and shot mechanics, and is reaping the benefits from it
- Spot Up 3: 35.9% from deep, great at finding space and knocking it down
- Team Defense: Excellent communicator, helps rotate, uses length to advantage
- Touch: Can finish with either hand, footwork to avoid defenders, agile
- Power: Will dunk on you, sneaky good leaper
- Grab N Go: Good rebounder who can push the pace in transition
- PnR Potential: See gif below
- Good team defender but, not great individually, will struggle when switched onto guards
- He can get to the rim but, can he create his own jumper?
- High Dribble: Got away with it in college, won’t work at the next level
- High Floor, not too many concerns
- Jared Dudley
- Solomon Hill
- Al-Farouq Aminu
Tier and Picks
- Tier 4/5
- Picks 20-30
- 200 lbs
- 7’1” Wingspan
This guy received a first round promise for a reason.
Chandler Hutchison is similar to another prospect in this draft, Keita Bates-Diop. Where they differ; however, is athleticism. Hutchison can jam it on you and loves to do so. Yet, his game has a great amount of touch to it, as he will use his footwork to get by defenders and to the rim. What is impressive about Hutchison was how he reworked his shot to become a better spot-up shooter behind the arc. Hutch looks like a 3 and D wing who can guard 4s as well. You may not want him switching onto guards, however. Still, the Boise State product has a well-rounded game with a skill set to make any team better. He has a good mental approach to his game too, and is incredibly coachable. It is rumored that the Bulls have promised to take Hutchison in the late first, and if they do, they have a good one on their hands. Hutchison can break through his ceiling if he further develops his handle in order to create his own shot.