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Scouting Jayden Quaintance and his fit at Kentucky


is one of the most naturally talented prospects in the country. He’s 6-foot-9 with massively long arms (7-foot-3-plus wingspan), vertical athleticism, a strong frame, good hands, soft touch, shooting potential, natural face-up skill, and signs of a passing instinct. He runs the floor well and is a solid rebounder when he commits himself. (247 Sports)

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Scouting Jayden Quaintance and his fit at Kentucky


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