Video: Jeremy Hollowell Highlights at adidas Invitational

  • 07/11/2011 8:02 am in

2012 Lawrence Central and Indiana Elite wing Jeremy Hollowell put together four days of outstanding play at last week’s adidas Invitational in Indianapolis and as a result, his stock should be on the rise from a national perspective.

In addition to our highlights of Hollowell in pool play versus Connecticut Basketball Club, Dream Vision and the Atlanta Celtics, Inside the Hall compiled video of the talented IU commit from three tournament games from Friday and Saturday in the embedded media 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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  • N71

    If Hanner is 6’9″ then Jeremy must be 6’8″ and is still probably growing.  He sure reminds me of Glen Rice.  A stone cold shooter but able to do a range of other things when needed.

  • Joe and Alex: Thanks for all of these videos.

  • 7-2

  • RobD

    Two year player max. There is no one on IU’s roster with his skill set. He’ll be a fixture in the starting line-up from day 1. 

  • Yep Yep

  • Npantella

    Wow, very nice! 

  • Npantella

    Wow, very nice! 

  • Npantella

    Wow, very nice! 

  • Anonymous

    He will score alot for us.

  • Rantool

    Smooth shot, nothin but net. His stroke reminds me a lot of Calbert, and that’s a good thing!

  • Rantool

    Smooth shot, nothin but net. His stroke reminds me a lot of Calbert, and that’s a good thing!

  • Anonymous

    Not the best shooter, not the most athletic, not the quickest, and not the strongest but the bottom line is, this kid can flat out play ball.

  • Anonymous

    Not the best shooter, not the most athletic, not the quickest, and not the strongest but the bottom line is, this kid can flat out play ball.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t know what excited me more:
    1) Hollowell’s shot (I love his form on free throws!)
    2) HP was around the rim to get the rebound on almost every shot (if not every shot).

  • Anonymous

    sooo smooth, a really impressive player

  • Loosekanen

    The guy Jeremy reminds me of most is probably Morris Peterson. A guy that can definitely shoot it yet can still get to the rim despite having just an average first step.  Jeremy is good at drawing contact with his body on his drives and constantly keeping his head up to evaluate until the last possible second. I’ll be interested to see how he does against quicker defenders in college. He definitely needs to keep working on initial quickness and agility. That said, if he’s a Mo Pete type he probably hangs around 4 years and climbs a few records lists.

    Another comparison I’d give Jeremy is “the guy we all wanted Bracey Wright to be”

  • Loosekanen

    The guy Jeremy reminds me of most is probably Morris Peterson. A guy that can definitely shoot it yet can still get to the rim despite having just an average first step.  Jeremy is good at drawing contact with his body on his drives and constantly keeping his head up to evaluate until the last possible second. I’ll be interested to see how he does against quicker defenders in college. He definitely needs to keep working on initial quickness and agility. That said, if he’s a Mo Pete type he probably hangs around 4 years and climbs a few records lists.

    Another comparison I’d give Jeremy is “the guy we all wanted Bracey Wright to be”

  • Anonymous

    I really doubt he leaves after two years. think about it, he doesnt have that elite athleticism, thus he will never be labeled as a guy with “upside” which is what the NBA lives on.

    I see him being more of a 3-4 year player. his game really reminds me of carmelo anthony, without the elite strength. scores in so many ways and can really punish smaller defenders

  • bluegrassHoosier

    He has to be the best all around player in that class (referring to IU signees/interests). He just has so many ways to kill you.

    I love his high release on his shot. A smooth stroke, high realease and 6’8″? That’s deadly.

    Thank you ITH!

  • bluegrassHoosier

    He has to be the best all around player in that class (referring to IU signees/interests). He just has so many ways to kill you.

    I love his high release on his shot. A smooth stroke, high realease and 6’8″? That’s deadly.

    Thank you ITH!

  • Anonymous

    I’ll go back a few more years and say this is the guy we wanted Charlie Miller to be.

  • Anonymous

    I’d say that’s an even better call.

    Hopefully, Hanner may be the guy Andrae Patterson was on rare occasions.

  • Anonymous

    I’d say that’s an even better call.

    Hopefully, Hanner may be the guy Andrae Patterson was on rare occasions.

  • Anonymous

    I’d say that’s an even better call.

    Hopefully, Hanner may be the guy Andrae Patterson was on rare occasions.

  • iuball

    I completely agree with the Carmelo comparison. He looks best in the high post where a defender has to respect his shot so much, he can get that first step then uses his body so well in traffic and has a very rounded skill set to finish. 

    I say he sits behind Watford his first season. Which is the way to have a winning program. Hollowell has to work against Watford as a senior and will should benefit greatly. Something Watford did not have.

    As a junior or senior, though, it wouldn’t shock me in the least if Hollowell was a leading scorer in the Big Ten.

  • iuball

    I completely agree with the Carmelo comparison. He looks best in the high post where a defender has to respect his shot so much, he can get that first step then uses his body so well in traffic and has a very rounded skill set to finish. 

    I say he sits behind Watford his first season. Which is the way to have a winning program. Hollowell has to work against Watford as a senior and will should benefit greatly. Something Watford did not have.

    As a junior or senior, though, it wouldn’t shock me in the least if Hollowell was a leading scorer in the Big Ten.