BREAKING: Kylor Kelley (Oregon State) has been selected as a 2020 Professional Basketball Combine honoree. In two seasons in Corvallis following stints in NAIA and JUCO, the Gervais, Oregon native accumulated 583 points, 318 rebounds, 42 assists, 18 steals, 211 blocks, and 6.6 win-shares.
Kelley, a two-time Pac-12 All-Defense selection, has endured an unconventional journey to becoming one of the best rim-protectors in college basketball and an intriguing pro prospect. The Pac-12's career leader in BLK% finished 2nd in NCAA DI this season in total blocks, blocks/game, and BLK% behind only fellow PBC honoree, Osasu Osaghae.
What makes Kelley an enticing defensive prospect is that not only does he boast elite length to deter shots at the rim, but he has notably nimble, quick feet for his size, which make him capable of playing a variety of pick-and-roll coverages and holding his own for spurts against perceived mismatches.
We are excited to welcome Kylor Kelley to the PBC family and look forward to all of his future success in professional basketball!
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