Understands when to be a scorer and when to be a distributor
Height can be a mismatch for opposing point guards
Quick first step off the dribble
Excellent in transition
Great free throw shooter (86.7% as a junior)
Good rebounder for a guard
Must get stronger
Athleticism is average at best
Shot selection is at times questionable
Inconsistent from beyond the arc
Doesn't have a true position at the next level
Has yet to fully committ on the defensive side of the ball
Summary: Vasquez was wise to pull his name out of the 2009 NBA Draft as he almost certainly would have been a second-round pick. In what should be a weak crop of 2010 point guards, Vasquez should get some looks late in the first round depending on whether or not NBA teams feel he can play the point at the next level. If teams don't see him as a true one, he will likely be a second-round pick.
Player Comparison: Marco Belinelli. Vasquez has a lot of traits of a typical Euro-type guard. He is a crafty scorer, can handle the basketball, and is a bit of a tweener. Belinelli entered the league with those same traits but has yet to find a home in the NBA. Vasquez likely awaits a similar fate.
@billsfan1234 I do agree that Howard is a HOF talent but I don't see him as a good fit for the Bills at this time. They still have Clay, a talented TE, and Taylor does not show a desire to throw the ball down the seam into tight coverage. The Bills effectively have nothing at WR, especially if you consider Watkins is likely out 4-6 games. So I think Williams is a better pick especially considering that they would have to move up to get Howard. They done that a few times in recent history with less than spectacular results. Plus there are other TE's in this draft that can help them. None like Howard of course but you don't build a franchise off a TE.