Strengths: An explosive point guard who possesses a crafty handle with the ball. Fearless attacker of the basket. Shows off great slashing ability when penetrating, and cuts to the basket. Attacks the angles in a defense well. Effective passing ability and court vision in the open court. Sees the floor well. Displays good athleticism in transition and can finish on both sides of the basket. Quick first step. Shows good balance and concentration in the air when taking contact at the rim or on his jumper, allowing him to still be able to score. Does a good job finishing contested layups with his left hand. Shows good playmaking skills for his teammates in the half court off the bounce. Stays down on defense and keeps hands up. Solid upper body build. Has a knack for starting transition opportunities by poking the ball loose and forcing turnovers on defense. Attacks the boards and rebounds well for his size and position. Brings great energy on both ends of the court.
Weaknesses: Mostly a left-handed finisher but needs to work on finishing with his right hand. Capable of knocking down mid-range shots but needs to continue to work on his jumper moving forward. At this point, he doesn't have a reliable jumper from the outside. Can become a little better defending on the ball. Gets beat off the dribble but he makes up for it with his quick hands and is able to steal the ball from behind. A little bit on the small end in terms of size.
Overall: The energetic Council Rock North point guard is an attacker. He likes to put pressure on the defense by playing up-tempo and in transition, where he can attack the basket and finish layups or make plays for his teammates. He can also slow things down and control the game in the half court. He's tough to stop from getting into the paint thanks to his handle and quick burst off the dribble. On defense, he has active hands and good anticipation skills. A pesky defender who can change a game with his ability to force steals and ignite the fast break. Ehlin is sure fire Division III prospect and can catch the attention of some Division II programs, especially if he starts to show he can shoot the ball consistently.