HD Video: Etherington, Ferrell, Patterson at Indiana Junior-Senior All-Star Exhibition

  • 06/08/2011 9:28 pm in

Inside the Hall wraps up our video coverage from Monday’s Junior-Senior All-Star Exhibtion at the Hatchet House in Washington with highlights of Austin Etherington, Yogi Ferrell and Ron Patterson.

Watch high-definition quality clips of the three future Hoosiers in the embedded videos player below (Note: You can expand the videos to full screen by using the arrows in the bottom right hand corner of the player):

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  • Anonymous

    Yogi is such a complete PG.  He is so unbelievably quick but not just with his feet in his decision making as well.  It’s a relief to know there is someone we can have confidence in handling the ball on the way.  Don’t really care what the scouting sites say, he is without a doubt a five-star player and we could not ask for a better guy at the 1.

  • Anonymous

    Yogi is such a complete PG.  He is so unbelievably quick but not just with his feet in his decision making as well.  It’s a relief to know there is someone we can have confidence in handling the ball on the way.  Don’t really care what the scouting sites say, he is without a doubt a five-star player and we could not ask for a better guy at the 1.

  • Anonymous

    I like the movement from the outside to the paint by AE, he has good size for his position and because he’s a great shooter he will have plenty of opportunities to blow by the man guarding him and get to the basket, especially with good passers, Hull outside and Zeller inside, he could get some easy opportunities or draw defenders away from other players.

    Ron seems to be in love with his jump shot, based on a lot of observations. He needs to play more within the offense and he could help the team a lot more. I love his game though, see a lot of similarities with Dwade, a little undersized shooting guard that doesn’t have the best outside shot but can do pretty much everything else well.

  • Anonymous

    I like the movement from the outside to the paint by AE, he has good size for his position and because he’s a great shooter he will have plenty of opportunities to blow by the man guarding him and get to the basket, especially with good passers, Hull outside and Zeller inside, he could get some easy opportunities or draw defenders away from other players.

    Ron seems to be in love with his jump shot, based on a lot of observations. He needs to play more within the offense and he could help the team a lot more. I love his game though, see a lot of similarities with Dwade, a little undersized shooting guard that doesn’t have the best outside shot but can do pretty much everything else well.

  • Anonymous

    A side note unrelated to the game espn is reporting that IU has offered a 2014 big man Jarred Reuter from St. Marks high school in Rochester, Mass. just wondering if Alex or anyone has in info on this young man.

  • Anonymous

    6’8″, 225 and he’s just a sophomore-to-be.  That’s a big kid.

  • Anonymous

    I completely agree with you on Ron.  I saw him play a couple of times this year and my friend and I thought the same thing.  He does have a good stroke but he is incredibly talented at getting into the lane and finishing.  He far too much would settle for deep threes instead of probing the defense, which appeared he could do at anytime he chose.

    I am sure he will figure it out as he gets to college and he does need to improve his shot, but I think he would be more effective attacking the rim and taking the shots given to him within the offense.

    All that said, I love Ron.  I think he will be very good as a Hoosier.

  • Anonymous

    I completely agree with you on Ron.  I saw him play a couple of times this year and my friend and I thought the same thing.  He does have a good stroke but he is incredibly talented at getting into the lane and finishing.  He far too much would settle for deep threes instead of probing the defense, which appeared he could do at anytime he chose.

    I am sure he will figure it out as he gets to college and he does need to improve his shot, but I think he would be more effective attacking the rim and taking the shots given to him within the offense.

    All that said, I love Ron.  I think he will be very good as a Hoosier.