Position: Shooting guard
Height/weight: 6-5, 210
High school: Simon Gratz
Relevant stats: Tyndale posted 15.9 points, 7.2 rebounds and 4.3 assists. He also shot 48.8 percent from the floor.
Breakdown: Few players helped themselves at the predraft camps more than Tyndale, who won the most inspiring player award at Portsmouth . . . He doesn't have a very fluid outside shot, but he is capable of using size and strength to get to the basket . . . Most impressive is his willingness to play strong defense . . . His versatility is what had observers raving about him during workouts.
Scout's take: "He's gotten a lot of people's attention. He's athletic and can guard. If he was a good outside shooter, he'd be a first-rounder. He has a ton of versatility. If he's not picked, like [Sean] Singletary, he'll get calls from everyone."
Projection: This really is a toss-up. Not many mock drafts have him being selected. Which probably will be the outcome. But when you watch Tyndale play, he leaves a really good impression. Someone might take a shot.