Strengths:(Photo: USA Today)
He is a natural point guard as his court vision is second to none but he can also handle the two-guard position as well. His height, combined with his scoring ability, makes him a natural combo guard who can do whatever a team needs him to do.
In addition to being a great offensive player, Carter-Williams is also a good defender who keeps his hands active. He can pickpocket anybody and racks up the steals by keeping his hands in passing lanes.
Weaknesses:(Photo: US Presswire)
He has a lot in common with current 76ers point Jrue Holiday because both can rebound well for their position but at turnover prone. Carter-Williams averaged 3.4 turnovers per game last season for the Orange.
Fit with 76ers:
The Sixers have not ruled out the possibility of bringing Carter-Williams to Philadelphia as they brought the Syracuse product in for a workout over the weekend. Many mock drafts have him going in the top-10 but his stock has been sliding of late. Could it slide all the way to 11th overall?
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