Keaton Wallace Scouting Report

Scouting Reports

A 3 time member of the All-Conference USA, Keaton Wallace had a strong collegiate career at UTSA. As a senior, Wallace averaged 16.8 PPG, 5.5 RPG 3.4 APG, 1 SPG, and 2.2 TOPG on shooting splits of 42/32/79. Below is his full scouting report:

Name: Keaton Wallace

Height/Weight: 6’5 / 195

Wingspan/ standing reach: N/A 

Hand size: N/A

Position: Wing

College: UTSA

Tools: Defense, vision, shooting


  • Nonstop motor 
  • Good footspeed
  • Outstanding defensive instincts
  • Strong, NBA ready body
  • Good shooting form
  • Sees the floor well; plus vision
  • Reliable floater


  • Shooting consistency
  • Mild frame
  • Mild athlete in the half-court
  • Needs to improve shooting off-balance


Keaton Wallace is a 3&D prospect who spent his collegiate career below the radar at UTSA. With an excellent defensive profile and a quick, smooth shooting form, the role for Wallace at any level is clear as a role player. As one of the best catch & shoot wings in the draft, particularly against closeouts; on 29 catch & shoot attempts against closeouts, Wallace shot 41%. It also helps that he can pass quickly out of contested catches with accuracy, as well as knowing how and when to make the extra pass from the perimeter. As a defender, Wallace’s high motor and strong instincts guide him to having a high defensive floor against pros. In the recent affinity for 3&D wings in the league, Keaton Wallace could be an underrated target for a team looking for the most sought-after mold in the NBA.

Similar to: Nate Hinton, Miye Oni, Dorrell Wright, Vincent Edwards

Projected draft range: Undrafted

Expected role: Defensive specialist/high motor energy player

Unplayable if: Shot doesn’t translate and his mild frame limits his defensive ability

Exceeds expectations if: Jumper comes along and efficiency sees an uptick. He can live up to the coveted 3&D label this way, and can see the floor well if/when teams pressure him

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