HD Video: Hanner Perea at Spiece Run ‘N Slam

  • 05/10/2011 6:53 am in

Inside the Hall continues its high-definition video collection from this past weekend’s Bill Hensley Memorial Spiece Run ‘N Slam All-Star Classic this morning with 2012 commit Hanner Perea.

The 6-foot-8, 210-pound Colombia native stood strong in a pool play game against Purdue commit Jay Simpson and also showed a little range from the perimeter. Watch high-definition quality clips of Perea (wearing jersey No. 12) at the Run ‘N Slam in the embedded video player below (Note: You can expand the video to full screen by using the arrows in the bottom right hand corner of the player):

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  • Anonymous

    I just don’t get tired of watching him dunk.

  • Anonymous

    first real look at his jumper and i like it alot. good form, nice wrist flick. definitely a good base to start with. hanner will instantly make an impact at IU

  • Anonymous

    Hanner for sure has the pieces. I am impressed with the form on his jump shot. Obviously he is one hell of an athlete.

    On the negative you get the hint when you read Telep’s article and from others that have seen him play, his effort / motivation appears to be a bit inconsistent. I believe this is more of an internal thing but I am hopeful when he gets down to Bloomington and playing time gets more competitive and the games too are more competitive he will rise to the occasion. If that happens I believe his fundamentals will come into place. If both happen…watch out! He has the potential to be special. He just has to go get it…

  • JerryCT

    I think its too early to worry about effort, however in the all star game I watched his defense was not good. He plays it with his arms and not his feets and got beat on drives a number of times. To me this is a bigger worry at the next level.

  • MillaRed

    In all-star games, defense is optional. At the college level, it’s a one-way ticket to the bench.

    Hanner will contribute immediately. The difference between good and great for this kid is knocking down the 12 footer consistently.
    The rest will be there from day one.

  • Are Yogi and Patterson in this video as well?

  • Anonymous

    Yogi is # 11, and drops a dime on Hanner at about the :20 sec mark. Buss, I believe is # 34. You can see him in the video, but I don’t believe he does anything in it.

  • Anonymous

    Agreed. I am not overly worried about lack of defense in an All-Star game. That said, the fact that we keep hearing about how good Buss’s D is even in AAU games tells me that he is committed to that part of his game.

    I think that with the talent we have on the roster come ’12, if HP doesn’t play good interior defense, he won’t see much PT. Personally, I hope that he is committed to D, because a front court of HP and CZ could be dominating!

  • Anonymous

    I don’t get tired of watching Yogi penetrate and find HP cutting to the hole for the dunk either! I hope that I can hear Fish say “Yogi to Perea for a MONSTER DUNK! Listen to this crowd!!”

    That will be fun!

  • oooowe, ooowe baby ooowee. D-Wade with mad hopps. Hey I am allowed to dream so leave me alone.

  • kristheboss

    Hanner obviously has room to grow, facing the basket, shooting, FTs, control and tempo, but man you gotta love the fact that the best parts of his game are the aspects that are out of a coaches control. Everything he needs to improve he will be able to with CTC’s coaching, but everything he does exceptionally, namely his ability to dunk like Shawn Kemp are things that should be striking fear into the heart of every BigTen coach.

  • Brklynhoosier

    Is it wrong to say I hope Hanner gets a chance to watch Trey Lyles some this summer? I’m crazy excited about the kid, but it would be nice to see him develop some serious post moves…

  • IUeconAlum

    Hanner is a beast.

  • Kelin Blab

    Hanner has a bounce off the floor that reminds me of Will Sheehey….always active around the rim and just a strong vertical bounce. I know Victor can jump but Will and Hanner are very bouncy….Does this make sense to anyone other than me?

  • Anonymous

    Yea, to me they seem bouncy in that after jumping the first time they seem to be able to reload and go back up again almost instantly and just as high as the first time they jump. Looks like they have done 147 and a half complete cycles of the Michael Jordan jump attack workout.

  • CreamandCrimson

    Roy Williams has a couple of national championships under his belt at UNC. That’s not exactly wasting talent. I understand the last couple of years haven’t been superb but I would hardly say Williams has been wasting talent.

  • CreamandCrimson

    Roy Williams has a couple of national championships under his belt at UNC. That’s not exactly wasting talent. I understand the last couple of years haven’t been superb but I would hardly say Williams has been wasting talent.

  • Hoosier Clarion

    I agree they both like to go vertical. HP’s game is almost exclusively above the rim. But he is so gifted mentally and physically the development of a floor game should only be a question mark about time. I do not know how to measure his full potential.