Will he play the one or the two? We'll see. We need as many options at the one and two as we can get for next season.
From a 2007 ESPN evaluation: "Twany" is a point guard in a wing's body as he has good size and athleticism but plays the game as if he were a facilitating point guard. He would be an ideal fit on a team that needs a backcourt mate for a scoring little guard as Twany thinks pass first and is more than capable of initiating offense. In fact, he would do well to become more aggressive looking for his own shot. When in scoring mode he is at his best when slashing along the baseline where he has a quick first step and finishes fairly well. His jumper has improved to the point where he is a consistent threat to make open shots, but he will never be considered a shooter. He also uses his size to his advantage by bringing smaller defenders to the block where he can create his own shot or find teammates for open looks if the defense doubles down. Beckham rebounds well from the perimeter and is also a capable defender thanks in large part to his long physique and above average quickness.