ITH Video: Jordan Hulls Part Two

  • 02/02/2009 1:30 pm in

Inside the Hall got another look at Bloomington South senior and IU signee Jordan Hulls last Friday at Indianapolis Pike. Bloomington South is No. 1 in Class 4-A and No. 7 nationally in the USA Today Super 25. Here is the 6-0 point guard in an exclusive video shot by and produced for Inside the Hall. Hulls is wearing No. 10. Enjoy.


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  • JerryCT

    Thanks for the video. That jump shot from the corner looked funny to me and easily contested in Div 1. I assume his mid range game includes a true jump shot.

    I see Capo is now ranked #2 in Ohio by Bolus ( according to Demling ). That is good news

  • dale11

    He has a disgusting shot. That being said, I am sold on him.

  • IndianaJoe

    His shot is unorthodox but it goes in. He's got a quick release and squares up his feet nice. The only bad part is he shoots pretty low in his body. There's probably going to be a pretty big learning curve for him next year but I think he can do it. I'm actually not looking forward to him scoring a lot of points. I just want him to run the team and have a high assist to turnover ratio. Points would just be a plus.

  • Uknown

    i love this kid…he is a good character and probably is a really good point guard but, his shot is a little unorthadox…but if it gose in what the heck, stick with it then

  • Kelin Blab

    Love Hulls…thanks Alex for the video…..

  • cooper

    I don't see him taking minutes from Rivers and Jones. His shot is almost as ugly as Shawn Marion's. Definitely is a good dribbler would be best dribbler on the team this year, but he is short. He needs to gain about 15lbs of muscle. Granted I don't live in Indiana and have never seen any extended footage of him but I think its going to be a rougher slower transition than many here have said

  • Taskmaster75

    In my opinion, since Rivers is going to be starting next year anyway, I think we should redshirt Hulls. Jones is turning into a very nice PG. When Rivers graduates, we will still have Jones and Hulls. Sounds logical to me.

  • cooper

    I don't see him taking minutes from Rivers and Jones. His shot is almost as ugly as Shawn Marion's. Definitely is a good dribbler would be best dribbler on the team this year, but he is short. He needs to gain about 15lbs of muscle. Granted I don't live in Indiana and have never seen any extended footage of him but I think its going to be a rougher slower transition than many here have said

  • Taskmaster75

    In my opinion, since Rivers is going to be starting next year anyway, I think we should redshirt Hulls. Jones is turning into a very nice PG. When Rivers graduates, we will still have Jones and Hulls. Sounds logical to me.