The 6-foot-3 guard from the College of Charleston outperformed all of his peers in the combine’s shooting drills by knocking down all 21 of his timed midrange attempts and hitting more spot-up threes from NBA range than well-known shooters like Jimmer Fredette and Jon Diebler. He also recorded a 37-inch maximum vertical and the second fastest lane agility time of the 54 prospects invited.
Goudelock’s impressive display led to plenty of workout requests and now he has a packed schedule.
“I’ve already worked out for the Detroit Pistons and Oklahoma City Thunder,” Goudelock told HOOPSWORLD in a phone interview. “I’ve scheduled workouts with the Los Angeles Lakers, Milwaukee Bucks, Miami Heat, Charlotte Bobcats, Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics, Orlando Magic, New Jersey Nets and some others.”
Goudelock has ridiculous range…Jimmer range. I saw him in Portsmouth and he’s a great scorer. He was the best pick and roll shooter there by a mile.