Nathan Krill is another amazing addition to the Den Bosch restructure that has happened this summer under technical director Roel Van De Graaf. In every sense of the phrase, Nathan Krill is a “dark horse” waiting to be uncovered by Euroball.
Nathan actually comes out of the Wesleyan program having played Div.3 college ball from 2014 – 2018. His last season at Wesleyan; Krill averaged 12.2 ppg, had 1.3 spg as well as 1.3 apg. Subsequently, during the 2018-2019 season, he made a single game appearance with USF that made him take the spotlight and some added recognition.
Across his college games that we could find and tag we came up with the following stats-line for him (across 19 critical games):
Among his skill set, he has a very good knack for defense and being able to sense deflections and steals.
Another really interesting and very surprisingly good part of his game is his understanding to chase offensive and defensive rebounds. Krill simply knows how to be active without the ball and doesn’t watch the ball but rather gravitates towards when a shot is up and when a rebound position is about to occur gets good positioning.
His shot chart reads as follows:
Finally, when we look at Nathan Krill in detail here is a good highlight reel that shows off his craft as well as how much of a hard worker he really is (courtesy of InStat Basketball):
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