Many Sixers fans have been unable to fully study Markelle Fultz’s game after he played just one season on a nine-win Washington team. Luckily for them, Fultz has multiple highlight videos from his season with the Huskies — as well as his final season on the AAU circuit and appearing on ESPN’s Sport Science.
In his most-viewed highlight reel at Washington, Fultz demonstrates his all-around game that has made him the consensus top pick. On a Huskies team that lacked talent around him, the 6-foot-4 guard is seen chasing down blocks and finding teammates in the paint — along with his usual workload of three-pointers and jumpers.
On Sport Science, ESPN measures Fultz’s ability to drive past multiple dodgeballs from a professional dodgeball team on his way to the rim. Fultz is able to dodge with the help of his vertical, spin move, and stepback.
It’s also worthwhile to go back and watch Fultz before his season at Washington. Fultz played for highly regarded DeMatha Catholic in Maryland, where he averaged 19.9 points and 8.8 rebounds as a senior. Fultz played AAU with DC Blue Devils and, in this video, he is seen against NBA Top 100 Camp competition.