ST. FRANCIS (NY)
ST. FRANCIS (NY)
Richy Dominguez 6-5 200 F
Dominguez ia an excellent all-around player. He has the ability to play four different
positions at this level, but will play a small forward professionally. He is an excellent shooter and goes to
the basket strong. He is half, with Steven Howard, of one of the top scoring duos in the nation. Additionally, he
is a good defender and one of the Terriers top rebounders. Dominguez has the ability to play professionally,
and he will more than likely play for an international team and have a very solid career.
Steven Howard 6-3 190 G
Howard is one of the best three-point shooters in not just the conference, but the country.
He can light up the scoreboard at any time. His range extends to all five boroughs of the city. Averaged over 17 points
per game as a junior. Though he is an excellent perimeter player he also goes to the basket well, passes to the open man, and defends
well. Howard does have definite professional potential, and if he gets into the right training camp may have a chance to
play in the CBA, but more than likely he will end up playing in the IBA, ABA 2000, IBL, or for an international team.
Greg Nunn 5-10 G
Nunn is one of the best point guards you have never heard of. He is the definition of a point guard,
because he looks to run the team, and thinls pass first, shot second. He is a strong on ball defender, and will make his
man work for his points. He has very quick hands, which helped him get his two steals a game last season. If you are looking
for a point guard who is a coach on the floor and has a good assist to turnover ratio, then look no further, Greg Nunn is the
player you need. He can play in the IBA or IBL, but he will probably be most successful playing overseas.
Heberth Reyes 6-11 250 F
Reyes has the potential to be an outstanding center professionally. Watching him pass out of the high
post is reminiscent of a young Bill Walton. Reyes can also score, defend, and rebound. But it is his ability to pass the
basketball which separates him from many of the centers in the New York Metro area. Though he could get a shot in an NBA
free-agent camp his game is best suited for Europe, where he would have a good career.