Jordan Tucker had very limited on court playing time during his lone season at Duke. As a Butler Bulldog, you can expect to see a player who has the skill set to become one of college basketball’s best shooters, during the second half of the season. Tucker has a very quick high release with little wasted motion. He also has a very polished feel for how to get himself great looks at the basket, and can effectively use the dribble to help create enough space to rise up for a 3 or attack the basket. The biggest question marks Tucker will have going into next season will be his ability to adequately defend his position, and how he’s able to his length and size to compensate for his lack of elite athleticism. Tucker’s shot selection and ability to quickly identify when and how to find his new teammates for open looks will be crucial. Overall, he’s got a chance to be a major part of the mid and postseason success for Butler once he becomes eligible after the upcoming Fall semester.
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