He also has developed his game nicely over the last year. Combination of size, length and mobility was often too much for this level of competition. Brings intimidation inside, finished with 9 blocks against Netherlands, averaged 14.1 points, 10.3 rebounds, 2.9 blocks in the tournament. Had some notable athletic play around the basket. His game is still improving but he had some intriguing flash of talent, has a feel for the game, solid touch in the paint, can hit jumpers from mid range.
Queta is a 6’10 center with 7’2 wingspan. A mobile and fluid big man, he still has an undeveloped body but his frame will likely fill up very well in the future. His explosiveness is not great at this point at his development, something which will be interesting to track during his physical development.
Queta is strictly an inside player who lacks a significant range on offense, despite showing a decent form from the free throw line. He’s still quite raw in terms of moves and ability to create his own shot in the low post, but has quite soft hands around the rim and can finish well inside the paint, keeping the ball high after the catch. He’s more likely to score off second chance points or finishing dynamic situation, being an easy target for an entry pass at the youth level of competition and moving quite well on the P&R; he can also produce some point in the low post off power moves and thanks to his high release which is hard to contest at this stage.
On defense Queta is a factor at the youth level of competition, using well his length to contest shots inside the paint. He has decent mobility for his size and can step out to contain penetrations on the P&R.
2016/17: Barreirense (Portugal)
2017/18: Benfica (Portugal)
2018/19: Utah State (NCAA, USA)
2019/20: Utah State (NCAA, USA)