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  • #1 by Hogfan991 on 19 Jul 2017
  • Has anyone seen Khalil play in person? Can he hit the mid range or 3 if need be?
  • #2 by BannerMountainMan on 19 Jul 2017
  • Garland and Hall both can. Probably right now both equal to Beard in 3pt rating, both can get better though.
  • #3 by King Kong on 19 Jul 2017
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    Shoots some in the later part of this video.
  • #4 by TheRazorback500 on 19 Jul 2017
  • Nice arc on his shot.
  • #5 by The_Iceman on 19 Jul 2017
  • Really improved it. He is gonna be a stud for us.
  • #6 by Letsroll1200 on 19 Jul 2017
  • I saw Garland play at least 10 times the last two seasons. He's not confident in his 3 point shot but he can make it. His strength is driving and getting out in transition. However, he is working on improving in both those areas. Good kid.
  • #7 by Smalltownhog95 on 19 Jul 2017
  • At first I thought it said mid range 3. Here i am wondering what Steph Curry has done to the game. Short, mid, long range 3's.
  • #8 by Kevin McPherson on 20 Jul 2017
  • I saw Garland play at least 10 times the last two seasons. He's not confident in his 3 point shot but he can make it. His strength is driving and getting out in transition. However, he is working on improving in both those areas. Good kid.

    Pretty good analysis here, although I wouldn't necessarily say that Garland lacks confidence in his 3-point shot. I just think he possesses more of a slashing mentality because he is so good at getting by people and finishing at the cup. Garland showed well in the mid-range and shot better than 45% from 3 as a senior at Parkview, but averaged fewer than one 3-point attempt per game.
  • #9 by NWAHog479 on 20 Jul 2017
  • Would you say he is a better 3-point shooter than Jabril Durham?
  • #10 by poloprince on 21 Jul 2017
  • KG can put that ball in the hole and that is all that matters. 
  • #11 by Youngsta71701 on 21 Jul 2017
  • Jumper looks pretty good to me. He gets buckets.
  • #12 by Rock City Razorback on 25 Jul 2017
  • With his size at PG, or at least with the ball in his hands, what's going to take him to the next level is being a 3 point threat. He'll be taller than majority he matches up against at that position, so should always be able to get a shot off. Just a matter of if he can knock it down. As for now, I expect him to use his size to see over defenders, make the extra pass and get fouled down low. Looking forward to seeing what these Arkansas kids can do!
  • #13 by cableguy on 28 Jul 2017
  • Has anyone seen Khalil play in person? Can he hit the mid range or 3 if need be?
    He is not much of a threat from the outside, but like the poster said he has good form so that could improve by year two. He will help us defensively. His body type is lanky like Macon but has a lot more muscle and jumps better. If he had a jumper like Macon, he would be one of the top freshmans in the SEC. My best case scenerio is that he feels in the hole left by Manny Watkins. We are strong at guard, so we don't need him to score.
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