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Quincy Douby out of Rutgers
Quincy Douby
6-3, 175 lb junior SG out of Rutgers
Age: 36 years, 246 days old
HomeTown: Brooklyn, NY
NBA Upside: Eddie House
ClutchFans Mock Draft: Not in the lottery
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Quincy Douby Profile
Quincy Douby was Rutgers basketball in 2006. The 6-foot-3 guard out of Brooklyn led the Big East in scoring at 25.4 points to go with 3.1 assists and 4.3 boards a night for the Scarlet Knights as a junior. Douby put up almost 9 shots a night from long range alone, hitting over 40% of them. He became the first Rutgers player in school history to ever be named to the All-Big East first team. Said Pitt coach Jamie Dixon: "You're not going to shut [Douby] down. He's going to get shots. He's going to take shots. You can't let him get going."
Quincy Douby Strengths
Douby was an outstanding scorer at the collegiate level. Magnificent range on his shot and a quick release. Great free throw shooter, hitting just under 85% as a junior. Good penetrator and ballhandler and a decent passer. By many accounts has a very good work ethic. Plays the game with a lot of passion -- very competitive player.
Quincy Douby Weaknesses
A tweener - the body of a point guard but the scoring mentality of a two. Must bulk up to make it in the NBA. Became more turnover-prone from his sophomore to junior seasons, going from a 2-to-1 assist-to-turnover ratio to a near 1-to-1. Does not particularly shine in any area outside of scoring and may be just a three-point specialist in the league.
Quincy Douby on the Houston Rockets?
It would be very nice to see a guard back on the Rockets who can shoot lights out from beyond the arc, but simply put, #8 is too early for Quincy Douby. He's not likely to be around for the Rockets at #32, but could be a steal at that point.
-- Clutch
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