You won't find many guards who play with as much aggression and swagger as Kentucky Wildcats freshman Isaiah Briscoe does.
He uses every bit of his 6'3", 215-pound frame to blow past and over defenders when he has to. "When I get between these lines, it’s time to compete," Briscoe says of his game. UK head coach John Calipari said that Briscoe, "Has a will to win and a toughness that this team needs."
After UK's NBA Combine, scouts told Calipari that, "You're going to have to play three guards. Because he plays. That kid balls."
All of this is a big reason why Briscoe was the No. 1 true point guard prospect in the 2015 class, and someone many NBA mock drafts have projected as a first-round pick in 2016. DraftExpress has him pegged as the No. 18 pick in their latest mock, and here is their scouting report of Briscoe's strengths and weaknesses: