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Name: DeAndre Hulett
College: College of the Sequoias
Height: 6'8"
Weight: 215
Class: Sophomore
Position: Power Forward
Other Position: Small Forard
Stats (Provided by JazzyJ)
                  G  MIN  FG  FGA  3P 3PA  FT FTA  REB  PF AST  TO BLK STL  PTS
98-99 Sequoias   37  ... 434  829  79 220 115 178  310 ...  57 ... ... ... 1062
98-99 Sequoias   37  ... 434  829  79 220 115 178  310 ...  57 ... ... ... 1062
                  MIN   FG%   3P%   FT%  RPG  APG  TPG  BPG  SPG   PPG
98-99 Sequoias    ...  52.4  35.9  64.6  8.4  1.5  ...  ...  ...  28.7
TOTALS            ...  52.4  35.9  64.6  8.4  1.5  ...  ...  ...  28.7

Scouting reports

Scout: JazzyJ

DeeAndre Hulett is a high octane, scoring small forward who led the California Community Colleges in scoring, and was named co-player of the year along with two others. Hulett is originally from Saginaw, Michigan, where he was a former teammate of current McDonald's All-American (and future Michigan State Spartan) Jason Richardson. Listed at 6'8", Hulett may be more around 6'6". As you can tell from the stats, he is a stone cold scorer, but it should be noted that the system employed by Sequoias coach George Tarkanian (yes, the son of Tark) is very up-tempo. Hulett has a good inside-outside game, but is definitely more of a scorer than a shooter. Unofficially, he had around 80 blocks on the season, so you know he has some hops.

He has apparently thrown his name into the draft to see what he's worth, but has said on occasion that if he's not drafted he will return to Sequoias for another year, and then go overseas. He is a total wildcard however, and some team may just take a chance on him in the 2nd round in this year's draft. Hey, if an unknown JUCO athlete like Martin Lewis can get picked (as he was in '95), DeeAndre Hulett certainly can.


I got a chance to watch DeAndre play this year in Juco. He is at least 6-7 although all of the scouting reports say that "he's probably 6-6". He has over a 40 inch vert and I watch him in a practice go up and kiss the rim while he did a windmill. At Juco I have never seen a talent like him. As far as in the pro's...he is surely worth taking a gamble on. He played in the Central Valley Conference in California( which is the toughest) where he averaged 30ppg. He barely turned 18 years old two months ago. This guy could still be a senior in high school. He has the ability to score twelve point in about a minute and a half because when he cathces fire he'll shoot it five feet beyond the arc consistanitly. When draft day comes around the reports will say he needs to add size and strength which is true, but you can't tell him that because to him he believes he can score on anybody, he knows the size and strength will while he matures.

Craig Simpson - Usenet Draft Commissioner

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