Temidayo will not wow with you with great lift, but he'll catch your attention with production. He has good hands, solid feet, and knows how to get buckets. He uses his strong frame to get to the rim and with space can throw down the dunk. His game isn't about flair, it's about results.
Temidayo has a thick frame with little upside. He'll need to keep his weight in check and work on his conditioning especially going forward. In terms of footwork, he'll need to continue to work on his footwork to keep players with greater length off balance.
Temidayo projects well to the Big West, Big Sky, and some schools in the WCC due to his ability to produce (a knack to score) and compete.