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RodMSU1968
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Jeremy Fears

6'1 PG from Joliet, IL

Will play for Overtime Elite in 2022-23

 

STRENGTHS

Tremendous vision and overall point guard instincts

Leadership

On ball defense

Strength for the position

WEAKNESSES

Jumpshot needs further development and consistency.

 
Posted : 07/08/2022 7:53 pm
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Strength:

Very quick and surprisingly explosive athlete.

 
Posted : 10/08/2022 12:59 am
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247: #39

Rivals: #61

ESPN: #42

ON3: #67

Consensus: #48

Offers (21): Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Kansas, Gonzaga

 
Posted : 10/08/2022 1:09 am
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Fears had 16 pts. and 10 assists in victory at Pangos.

 

 

 
Posted : 28/08/2022 7:51 pm
RodMSU1968
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Was also co-MVP of the event. He is the real thing. 

 
Posted : 29/08/2022 12:19 am
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@rodmsu1968 I believe that even though his average ranking is about 30 spots lower than Booker’s, he may well be the more significant one for a few reasons. Especially in Izzo’s offense, the PG affects everyone on the floor; he seems, like Winston, a winner (see results from international play and from Pangos); and he is a leader (already influencing other recruits).

 
Posted : 29/08/2022 3:57 pm
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We're likely to have a glut of guards, but this guy seems like he'll be super hard to keep off of the court.  

Kindness is free.

 
Posted : 29/08/2022 4:00 pm
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Posted by: @houseizzorockin

We're likely to have a glut of guards, but this guy seems like he'll be super hard to keep off of the court.  

Can you ever have too many guards? You have to wonder with uncertainty over who stays and goes this season that their might be quite a need even after this year. 

I totally agree it will be tough keeping him off the court just like with Holloman too. These are good problems for us to have. I love it. 

 
Posted : 29/08/2022 4:45 pm
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@hazelmotes I think there's always a case to be made for that when you're talking about a high level point guard, especially one who seems (and in the current environment, that's all it can ever be ;)) likely to be a multi year player.

 
Posted : 29/08/2022 5:29 pm
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Now a McDonalds All-American and now is ranked 30th by 247, 20th by ESPN, 26th by ESPN.

 
Posted : 24/01/2023 11:55 pm
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