Strengths: McCall is another one of those “Philly guards” that you would like to have. The 6-foot point guard for Martin Luther King is a high-motor kid who likes to show just how tough he is on both ends of the floor. He is one of those rare breed kids who likes to defend the opponents’ best player as well as taking it to him on the offensive end. A very good penetrator, he likes to finish at the basket or create for teammates. Very good in transition, where he uses his strength and speed and that where he seems most effective.
Weaknesses: Although McCall’s jump-shot has developed over the years, he’s still having trouble finding consistency with it. Sometimes it’s hard to distinguish if he’s a point or off guard because he will go periods without commanding or demanding to take the point position. Needs to a develop a jumper off the dribble.
Overall: McCall’s toughness on both ends of the floor will make him a coach’s dream player. He is a low Division I player right now but if he works on his jumpshot very hard in the off season he could be looking at some mid-majors. He has the body, size and heart you want to see in your point guard already.
Last Update: March 10, 2015