2013 NBA Draft Prospect Profile Video: Michael Snaer, Florida State (SG)
Michael Snaer was a McDonald’s All-American coming out of high school and now after four years at Florida State, he will get his chance to hear his name called within the 2013 NBA Draft. Snaer will turn 23 the week before the draft commences on that final Thursday in June, but he brings a sense of flare and veteran leadership that’s not comparable with other rookies.
Snaer averaged 14.8 points and 4.5 rebounds as a senior this past season and he has showcased the ability to hit big shots throughout his career. Snaer has decent size at 6-foot-5 and has always been known as a lock down defender. Snaer is a solid shooter, but he can also penetrate and get to the rim, if necessary. Snaer has the talent level and should hear his name called around the mid-to-late portion of the second round.
Draft Projection: Mid Second Round
Click here to visit Snaer’s official 2013 NBA Draft Prospect Profile and learn more about his strengths and weaknesses moving forward.
Click here to visit the official Rant Sports 2013 NBA Draft page and view other prospect profiles for this year’s class.
Follow Paul Seaver on Twitter: @PaulSeaverRS
PGA TOUR | Bubba Watson moves into contention at The Barclays
In the second round of The Barclays 2015, Bubba Watson moved into the solo lead with a 2-under 68 with four players one shot behind. Read More
PGA TOUR | Jordan Spieth news conference after Round 2 of The Barclays
Following his second-round 73 at the The Barclays 2015, Jordan Spieth talks about a variety of topics, including the rules question around his ball in a hazard at the 12th and his chances of winning the FedExCup even though he missed The Barclays cut. Read More