Jordan Ray a 4-Star prospect of the Atlanta Ballers fresh off an MVP worthy season in the JBA before getting injured; has been earning his stripes overseas as he has stepped in smoothly for Lamelo Ball and has had JBA USA barely missing a beat even after losing their best player. With a 40 point game and 27-20 performance, it didn’t take long for NBA scouts to notice the youngest JBA USA team member now that Lamelo Ball is off the team.
At 6’4 190 and the ability to pull up from 35 feet with consistency and vitals similar to Steph Curry, it is no shock that he is one of the first JBA prospects to receive an invite to the NBA Combine. I expect Jordan “Hollywood” Ray to light it up on the court when given a chance at the combine. Expect him to be a nice addition to any team that gets him, the only real question I have in all of this is how high can he raise his draft stock between now and the NBA combine.
This is where Jordan Ray has a decision to make, like Lamelo Ball he didn’t accept payment for his time in the JBA. With standing offers from Universities such USC and other top Collegiate programs in California as well as multiple offers by European clubs overseas Jordan Ray has a decision to make, should he take his talents to college or continue to work on his game until the 2019 NBA Draft Combine.