Strengths: Bresnahan is a 6’1 shooting guard who does a lot of the little things well. He’s a real heads up player who isn’t a primary ball handler, but can still take care of the ball for his team and use his IQ to make the smart play. He’s a hard nosed kid who’s willing to battle for rebounds. Great instincts around the rim with respect to rebounding, finishing and dishing it off to his bigs. Defensively he is also very solid. He is not exceptionally quick but he uses his IQ to stay in front of his man, and he rarely takes plays off. Off the ball he is very adept for his age as well. He makes backdoor cuts to the basket that are almost always well timed.
Weaknesses: The most pressing area of his game that needs improvement is his outside shot. He has a decent mid range game, but his form is a bit awkward, which prevents him from being a consistent outside shooter. Ball handling and playmaking won’t be essential to his role on whatever school he ends up at, but he will still need to improve in those areas to continue to increase his value as a prospect.
Overall: Bresnahan is a guy you want on your team. He will be a great glue guy at the college level who can compliment most guys he plays alongside with his ability to operate off the ball and defend well. If he does make strides on his 3 point shot, he could start to garner a lot more interest over the next year.