Shot Inside: 75
With his great quickness and solid handles, Walker was able to get to the rim quite a bit in college. When he gets inside, he's pretty good at runners, leaners, etc.
Shot Close: 76
This refers to shots from around the 5'-15' range. Walker is decent from here, but needs to be more consistent.
Shot Medium: 72
Walker is decent from about 15' to the three-point line. He hit some big shots around this range, but still needs a lot of work here.
Shot 3PT: 71
Like every other shot, he needs to become a lot more consistent from outside. He shot 33 percent from the three-point line this past season.
Shot Low Post: 40
Right now, Walker is way too small to be posting anyone up at the next level. I doubt we'll see many shots from a post-up over the course of his entire career.
Free Throw: 79
He's a pretty good free-throw shooter, and that is one skill that should translate directly to the next level.
Despite being undersized, Walker can finish at the rim about as well as any guard in college.
It'll take some time to adjust to bigger and better defenders, but he's creative enough to find ways to finish in the NBA as well.
Walker is pretty explosive, but almost never plays above, or even at the rim.
Standing Dunk: 25
We'll never see a standing dunk from Walker in the NBA.
Shoot Off Dribble: 72
Walker sets up his shots off the dribble extremely well. In fact, most of his shots came off the dribble this past season.
The thing is he missed a lot of them. He has some room to improve here.
Shoot in Traffic: 66
Because he took a ton of shots, and opposing defenses paid him a lot of attention, he took a ton of shots in traffic.
Taking so many difficult shots contributed to his poor shooting percentages, and against NBA defenders, it's only going to get more difficult.