Does a great job of attacking the lane and finishing with both hands. A capable offensive driver who throws a variety of set-up moves at help defenders to get to the rim. Does a good job of in-air adjustments around defenders, but will need to improve against defenders with plus length.
Vastly underrated passer in various situations including decision making off of P&R. Does a good job of creating time and setting up defenses with hesitations off the bounce to create passing lanes. Unselfish with good basketball IQ. Get's in trouble at times with telegraphing passes.
Shows the ability to be a plus defender in multiple situations. Will be able to hold more than his own at defending multiple positions at the next level. Good anticipation and strategic at going for steals. Shows ability offensively to become a threat at shooting off the bounce and in hand-off situations, especially when in mid-range. If a team can unlock his three-point range on a consistent basis, he possesses the potential to be an elite scorer in the NBA.
While he's developed a solid mid-range game, Culver lacks the consistency to be a threat from deep. Slow load up on his shot, and will need repetition and additional upper body strength to quicken his release. Get's a little trigger happy with the mid-range game. Was asked to carry a heavy load of scoring for the Red Raiders this year. Is the questionable shot selection because of his role or is it a worry moving forward?
Not the most fluid ball-handler and he's going to need to quicken his first step at the next level when going against NBA wings. Relied too heavily on his length to get past smaller defenders at the College level.
Has prototypical size that you want in a wing, especially out of the Shooting Guard position, but thin framed. Average quickness and frame could be problematic in the future against bigger wings.