FSU Guard Invited To Brooklyn Nets Training Camp

Updated: July 26, 2013

Training camp starts in October and Brooklyn Nets fans can’t wait to see what this new-look team is going to look like and how they will gel.

Everyone knows the Nets roster is pretty well set right now and loaded with veteran All-Stars and very competent role players so there isn’t much hope another undrafted rookie will take up the remaining open roster spot.

That final roster spot would end up costing too much for the Nets to use with the ramifications of the luxury tax although they do need players to compete in training camp.

With that being said Brooklyn has invited Florida State shooting guard Michael Snaer to training camp.

Snaer 6’4 184 pound shooting guard averaged 14.8 points per game while shooting 42.5 percent from the field and he averaged 4.5 rebounds to go with 2.5 assists for FSU.


Snaer remains a solid prospect from a physical perspective, standing 6’5 in shoes with a 6’7 wingspan and a 202-pound frame. Despite having just average size for a NBA shooting guard, Snaer compensates athletically, possessing very good quickness and explosiveness, along with the toughness to maximize the effectiveness of his physical tools.

At first glance, Snaer is a very similar prospect to the player that we wrote aboutat the beginning of his senior season. After all, despite being featured more in Florida State’s offense – not to mention receiving over 20% of Florida State’s overall possessions – and playing a career high 32.7 minutes per game, Snaer’s production stayed more-or-less the same from his junior to his senior year, upping his scoring average from 17.7 to 17.9 points per 40 minutes pace adjusted.[/quote_box]

Drills and highlights from the 2013 Nets Combine.

Snaer did have multiple buzzer beaters for Florida State and the video below shows them

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