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    A highlight video of Demir Dogan. He is a point combo forward who is 6'9 and born in 2006 finished with 16,2 points, 9, 4 rebounds, 2,2 assists and 2,4 blocks.

    He'll most likely finish growing at 7 foot (around 2,13) and can handle the ball like a guard. Great slasher who has a nice court vision. Rather too unselfish I would like to see him more as a finisher. He should have used around 20 balls.

    With Jan Vide (Slovenia) and Declan Duru (Germandy) top 3 of the tournament and the most versatile guy.

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    Demir Dogan (F | 206 cm | ‘06) ~ Turkey

    16.2 pts, 2FG-55.6%, 3FG-16.7%, FT-64.7%, 9.4 rebs, 2.2 ast, 1.4 stl, 3.2 to, 2.4 blks

    Turkish wonderkid had a great tournament and was showing why he is one of the most talented players in the world in his generation. Really fluid for his size, athletic too and when his body fully develops he should look really nice. Versatile with great feel for the game and can play in many roles, inside or outside. He is a very good ball handler for his age and size and uses it well in transition. Struggled with his shot but has a good stroke for a player his age and it will just get better. Also showing some good potential on the defensive end and showed his fluidity and athleticism with some nice chasedown blocks.
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    Mike Schmitz about Demir Dogan on the ESPN - Website

    3. Demir Dogan | 6-8 | Forward | Turkey | Besiktas | 2006

    The 15-year-old Dogan proved why he's considered one of the top prospects in all of Turkey with his play in Novi Sad, averaging 16.2 points, 9.4 rebounds, 2.2 assists, 2.4 blocks and 1.4 steals in 33.1 minutes while playing up a year. Dogan has clear physical upside standing close to 6-9 in shoes with big hands and feet, long arms, and a lean yet projectable frame that should fill out in time. Reminiscent of a young Aleksej Pokusevski physically (all arms and legs), Dogan figures to get to at least 6-10 or 6-11 by the time he reaches his physical peak.

    As a player, Dogan is a Swiss-Army-knife prospect who does most of his damage at the four, either pushing aggressively in transition, playing out of the post or attacking closeouts with his long strides. He's a capable passer who also brings considerable intensity and versatility on the defensive end of the floor, rotating for blocks and making plays in the passing lanes thanks to his length and instincts. Dogan's clear swing skill is his shooting, as he knocked down just 3-of-18 3s in five games and could stand to fine-tune his mechanics. Should he continue to improve his shooting and passing, Dogan could evolve into a Deni Avdija-caliber prospect as a versatile forward who can push in transition, straight-line drive, facilitate and defend a few positions, even if he's not as good a facilitator as Avdija was at this stage. He'll have no shortage of opportunities to prove himself, as his club, Besiktas, is known for showcasing young prospects by allowing them to play big minutes at the pro level -- like we saw from Sengun.

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