NBA scouts and executives go through an exhaustingly thorough process while analyzing college basketball players, but there are a handful of key features they value greatest.
Today's NBA places a premium on athleticism and precise jump-shooting, but those aren't the only aspects of the NCAA baller's game that evaluators notice.
The intangibles are just as important, if not more important, than the physical or skill attributes of a recruit. But what exactly are those intangibles, and which ones are worth more in the eyes of a scout?
Players who possess both the tangible traits and intangible qualities are the ones that stand out and climb the draft charts.