clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Jeremy Senglin, shooter: A video analysis

Nicholas LeTourneau continues his look at players Sean Marks has invited to Nets training camp. Today, it’s shooting guard Jeremy Senglin of Weber State.

Brooklyn Nets Media Day Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images

Jeremy Senglin was officially signed to a partially-guaranteed deal by the Brooklyn Nets back on August 4 after a good run with their Las Vegas Summer League team.

The Nets had gone after the NCAA’s top three-point shooter — with 132 makes on 295 attempts, a 44.7 percent rate — the day after he wasn’t taken in the NBA Draft.

The 22-year-old Senglin went undrafted after a four-year career at Weber State, where he broke all of Damian Lillard’s records. At 6’2”, he may be a bit undersized for an NBA shooting guard, but he is an elite shooter. Take a look.

Follow me (@Nick_LT) on Twitter for more clips & videos.