Quote by Top10 backcourt duo in college basketball
#2: Frank Jackson e Grayson Allen – Duke
(6 ft 3, 205 lb – 28ppg, 11rpg, 3apg, 1stl) – stats of his senior year at Lone Peak High School
(6 ft 5, 205 lb – 21.6ppg, 4.6rpg, 3.5apg, 1.3stl, 46.6%FG, 41.7%3P)
They certainly are the best athletic duo, two versatile combo guards with great verticality and very explosive in transition. Jackson is the less celebrated top recruit ever in Durham because of an exceptionally talented freshman class, but his early season performances made him the cover-boy for the Blue Devils. He brings his instant offense off the bench, thanks to his ability to attack the paint and finish at the rim and his efficiency in catch-and-shoot situation. His 6-7 wingspan makes him a good defender who can strip opponents and get his team going in transition. In a team that lacks a real PG, though, he will be asked to initiate the offense and facilitate for his teammates, once Giles, Tatum and Bolden will be back.
[gifanimata]fzKil8U5CMPcc[/gifanimata] That’s great chemistry
Allen is the best and most hated player in college basketball. He played at a very high level last season and he can beat any opponent any way he wants. If he had to improve his mid-range game, something opposing defenses are more than happy to allow him, he would be unstoppable. Once Duke is healthy again he will not be free to take as many shot as he did last season, but he might improve his efficiency, since defenses will not be free to help off of his teammates.
[gifanimata]R1AY2uEVi4w2A[/gifanimata] Allen’s talent and energy in one play