- Jan 29, 2010
"Momcilovic is an undeniable offensive talent and a scoring threat from multiple spots on the floor. Inside, he has good footwork and physicality, seals well in the post, understands how to flips his hips to change the angle of his seal depending on where the ball is, has good use of both hands around the rim, and a reliable jump hook over his left shoulder. In the mid-post, he has an assortment of fakes, pinpoint footwork, and high-arcing one-foot fade-aways over top of contesting defenders. He can utilize all those same weapons – the fakes, footwork, and high-released pull-ups – when facing up and operating off the dribble as well. He has three-point range, is a definite pick-and-pop threat, reliable ball-handler, and high IQ passer. His swing skills are on the defensive end of the floor, where he doesn’t have great natural footspeed, and will need to compensate with his attention to detail." - 247 Director of Scouting Adam Finkelstein
Jared Uthoff and Doug McDermott are some pretty good comps imo. Milan is more of a skilled offensive focused forward like those guys - terrific footwork in the post and midrange and an elite shooter at all levels. He might struggle a bit defensively like Doug did due to below average athleticism and slower foot speed. On the offensive end he's as skilled as any recruit in the country though.
That description has a few Niang-esque elements (not all of it, and I'm not making direct comparison with Niang, especially not "upperclassman Georges."