Strengths: Jaworski is an athletic guard with a lot of upside. He has a very quick first step and a high motor. He plays hard on both sides of the ball, and rarely takes plays off. On offense he attacks the basket relentlessly; often able to beat his man for quickness and can really elevate at the rim and avoid shot blockers due to his athleticism. Doesn’t shy away from contact, although he doesn’t really absorb it well. Also has great range on his jumper. Shoots a lot of his threes from beyond the arc, usually around college range. Very effective coming off screens in the pick and roll and hitting elbow jumpers. Likes to push it in transition and run the offense in the fast break. On defense he is always battling and fighting through screens to stay in front of his man. Would categorize him as a pesky defender; doesn’t give up easily.
Weaknesses: Because he has such a great motor, he tends to force things sometimes on offense. Specifically have seen him force some very difficult underhand bounce passes out of a pick and roll, and occasionally just try to muscle his way through to the basket instead of dishing it to a teammate on the perimeter. Would like to see him improve on finishing with his left hand around the basket as well so he doesn’t have to settle for tough reverse layups.
Overall: There aren't too many players who can match the intensity and energy levels that Jaworski brings when he steps on the court. The 6-1 guard is a great scorer who thrives off his ability to use his quickness and strength to penetrate into the lane on offense, and constantly bother opposing guards on defense. He currently has many Division II & III programs coveting him such as Kutztown, West Chester, and Millersville among others. However, with his athleticism and developing skill set, expect some low-mid major Division I programs to begin to show interest sooner rather than later.
Last updated: July 12, 2016