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Marlon Smith 6'0 PG Molloy

Written By Keith Mason

Many people say he lost it, and he isn't the player he was as a freshman, but that isn't true. He is still a very good player. He still has the quickness, sick handle and wet jumper, and Marlon can still make the pin point pass when needed. What separates him from most players is his ability to hit the 3 off the dribble with a hand in his face. But his main weakness is his play isn't consistent, not just game to game but quarter to quarter. You might see him go off one quarter and put up 15 points and then the next quarter he won't score. One game I saw him score 15 points in a span of 2 minutes but finished the game with just 21. There are games when he doesn't look for his shot enough and will take only 6-7 shots but then there are other games when he'll put up over 20 shots. For him to be at his best and the team to succeed he will need to take only about 12-14 shots a game. avoid sat 120x60 Stockback Blue Future 120x60