Strengths:(Photo: Draft Express)
In addition to taking it to the hole, Muhammad does have decent range. He can hit the 3-pointer when he gets his feet set but can become erratic if rushed. There is no doubt that Muhammad will continue to improve once he reaches the professional level as he is an extremely hard worker which helps to explain his rebounding ability despite his 6'6" frame.
He had a decent combine despite his inability to hit his jump shot. Teams seemed to like that he competed in all of the drills unlike many of the top NCAA talents.
Weaknesses:(Photo: Jerry Lai/USA Today)
Along with struggling to hit his jumper without setting his feet, he does not shoot well off the dribble. Muhammad, a natural lefthander, does not have as strong of a right hand as teams would like to see.
Fit with 76ers:
They already have a 6'7" small forward in Evan Turner so that might deter the 76ers from selecting Muhammad. However, if they do go ahead and pull the trigger and select Muhammad, that would help make Evan Turner more expendable in the off-season. Muhammad is an interesting name to keep an eye on even though he does not bolster a position of need.
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