Video: K.J. Walton, Jaraan Lands at USSFA Shootout

  • 06/30/2011 10:06 pm in

After struggling to a 9-12 record last season, Brownsburg will be a program on the rebound next fall as the Bulldogs welcome back sophomore Jaraan Lands and add freshman guard K.J. Walton. Lands picked up a scholarship offer from Indiana last fall according to a report by Kyle Neddenriep of The Indianapolis Star and Walton is expected to be one of the top 2015 players in the state.

Inside the Hall compiled video of both Walton and Lands from last weekend’s USFFA High School Shootout at North Central and Carmel. Watch clips of the talented duo in the embedded video players 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

    was that a highlight video or did lands really not miss a field goal?

  • It was your standard highlight video with mainly made field goals. Could have included more as far as missed shots and plays, but just went the highlight route.

  • It was your standard highlight video with mainly made field goals. Could have included more as far as missed shots and plays, but just went the highlight route.

  • B_ball_baller12

    which one was 44?

  • MillaRed

    I think we found our bulldog. Sign him please!

  • MillaRed

    I think we found our bulldog. Sign him please!

  • Kelin Blab

    First time seeing Lands and I am impressed. He is aggressive to the basket seems strong with the ball. He seems like a big guard/wing.

    KJ Walton is going to be really good.I have seen other highlights of him and they have been impressive.

  • Anonymous

    Lands

  • Anonymous

    Lands

  • Anonymous

    I saw one of Lands’ games last weekend and he really surprised me.  If he keeps improving he’s going to be special.  And you’re right about the big guard, he’s got legit size and a good frame – work with a strength coach and he could really bully guys on the court. 

    Really like how he’s constantly in attack mode, looks like he’s trying to make something happen on each offensive possession.   He knows he’s option #1 and wants the ball. 

    Walton looked terrific on defense in the game I saw, but didn’t get to see him on offense much (was also watching another game on 2nd court).  I’d like to comment more after seeing him again. 

  • Hoosier_Daddy

    the area kids are getting better and better…and well be sign kids who literally play with each other if it’s aau or high school ball or just friends at an open court