Video: Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell Highlights at adidas Invitational

Park Tudor and Indiana Elite point guard Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell is Indiana’s point guard of the future and the talented floor general put together an impressive string of performances at last week’s adidas Invitational at North Central.

In addition to our highlights of Ferrell in super pool play versus Connecticut Basketball ClubDream Vision and the Atlanta Celtics, Inside the Hall compiled video of the IU commit and Indianapolis-area native 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.)

  • HoosierDavey

    We instantly get a whole lot better just by putting Yogi in the lineup.  Finds people, makes teammates shine, gets to the rim, and can shoot the outside J- total offensive package for a PG.  If he can D it up, too, he may become the most important recruit we have on the way.

  • Anonymous

    I never appreciated the ability to drive and kick to a shooter for a three in the past. The last couple of years have really opened my eyes to that, because we had no one that could do it consistently.  Think about what a great career Matt Roth could have had with a pg like Yogi.  That may end up being one of his greatest attributes.  I think when he and Cody are on the floor, threes will be raining.

  • Stlbam

    After seeing multiple highlight video’s of the 2012ers I’m really excited about the future.  The one ding I have on Hollowell though is that he doesn’t have very good elevation on his moves to the bucket.  The one highlight of Yogi tossing him up a alley oop and him not being able to throw it down with the one hand even though he has a 7′ + wingspan is disappointing.  A little reminiscent of Watford and his lack of hops.  Hopefully he works on his legs and attacking the rim a little more before he gets to B-town.   

  • Stlbam

    After seeing multiple highlight video’s of the 2012ers I’m really excited about the future.  The one ding I have on Hollowell though is that he doesn’t have very good elevation on his moves to the bucket.  The one highlight of Yogi tossing him up a alley oop and him not being able to throw it down with the one hand even though he has a 7′ + wingspan is disappointing.  A little reminiscent of Watford and his lack of hops.  Hopefully he works on his legs and attacking the rim a little more before he gets to B-town.   

  • Stlbam

    After seeing multiple highlight video’s of the 2012ers I’m really excited about the future.  The one ding I have on Hollowell though is that he doesn’t have very good elevation on his moves to the bucket.  The one highlight of Yogi tossing him up a alley oop and him not being able to throw it down with the one hand even though he has a 7′ + wingspan is disappointing.  A little reminiscent of Watford and his lack of hops.  Hopefully he works on his legs and attacking the rim a little more before he gets to B-town.   

  • Stlbam

    After seeing multiple highlight video’s of the 2012ers I’m really excited about the future.  The one ding I have on Hollowell though is that he doesn’t have very good elevation on his moves to the bucket.  The one highlight of Yogi tossing him up a alley oop and him not being able to throw it down with the one hand even though he has a 7′ + wingspan is disappointing.  A little reminiscent of Watford and his lack of hops.  Hopefully he works on his legs and attacking the rim a little more before he gets to B-town.   

  • iuball

    Yogi is a special player, not because of these highlights alone, but because he has such maturity and competitive drive. He has taken his Park to two straight championship games, winning the second. And seeing him in Seymour for the semi-state game, he is such an effective leader and floor general.

    I don’t know how most PG’s look at their recruitment, but Yogi told Crean, I’m going where I can play with Hanner and Cody. Yogi understands what will make him best, quality big men. Add his high IQ and composure to his talent and we a tremendous player. 

    Add to that we will have Remy that he has to earn minutes from and battle in practice and I could not be more optimistic.

  • iuball

    Yogi is a special player, not because of these highlights alone, but because he has such maturity and competitive drive. He has taken his Park to two straight championship games, winning the second. And seeing him in Seymour for the semi-state game, he is such an effective leader and floor general.

    I don’t know how most PG’s look at their recruitment, but Yogi told Crean, I’m going where I can play with Hanner and Cody. Yogi understands what will make him best, quality big men. Add his high IQ and composure to his talent and we a tremendous player. 

    Add to that we will have Remy that he has to earn minutes from and battle in practice and I could not be more optimistic.

  • iuball

    Yogi is a special player, not because of these highlights alone, but because he has such maturity and competitive drive. He has taken his Park to two straight championship games, winning the second. And seeing him in Seymour for the semi-state game, he is such an effective leader and floor general.

    I don’t know how most PG’s look at their recruitment, but Yogi told Crean, I’m going where I can play with Hanner and Cody. Yogi understands what will make him best, quality big men. Add his high IQ and composure to his talent and we a tremendous player. 

    Add to that we will have Remy that he has to earn minutes from and battle in practice and I could not be more optimistic.

  • JerryCT

    I like the way he hops around the floor like a rabbit. Maybe we should nick name him “thumper”. As quick as he is it appeared to me that Demetrius Jackson may be even a bit quicker

  • Anonymous

    I think Hollowell is bogged down and constricted by that other shirt.  The Chris Mullin/Patrick Ewingesque shirt under the jersey is like ankle weights for the soul. When he finally gets away from that he’ll be liberated to fly, both physically and emotionally.

  • Anonymous

    I think Hollowell is bogged down and constricted by that other shirt.  The Chris Mullin/Patrick Ewingesque shirt under the jersey is like ankle weights for the soul. When he finally gets away from that he’ll be liberated to fly, both physically and emotionally.

  • Anonymous

    The foot speed, vision, and quick release have all been mentioned.  What I don’t think anyone else has pointed out so far is the accuracy.  Every single pass on that reel is exactly where the receiver needs it to make the quickest, most efficent offensive move possible.  He also appears to have the innate understanding of who can handle a bullet and who needs a soft bounce pass that floats right into his hands.

  • Anonymous

    The foot speed, vision, and quick release have all been mentioned.  What I don’t think anyone else has pointed out so far is the accuracy.  Every single pass on that reel is exactly where the receiver needs it to make the quickest, most efficent offensive move possible.  He also appears to have the innate understanding of who can handle a bullet and who needs a soft bounce pass that floats right into his hands.

  • Anonymous

    The foot speed, vision, and quick release have all been mentioned.  What I don’t think anyone else has pointed out so far is the accuracy.  Every single pass on that reel is exactly where the receiver needs it to make the quickest, most efficent offensive move possible.  He also appears to have the innate understanding of who can handle a bullet and who needs a soft bounce pass that floats right into his hands.

  • Anonymous

    The foot speed, vision, and quick release have all been mentioned.  What I don’t think anyone else has pointed out so far is the accuracy.  Every single pass on that reel is exactly where the receiver needs it to make the quickest, most efficent offensive move possible.  He also appears to have the innate understanding of who can handle a bullet and who needs a soft bounce pass that floats right into his hands.

  • JerryCT

    I will add two other observations. Unlike Hulls and Jones his quickness enables him to face the basket instead of having to defend the ball with his body . In this way he is ready to pass as opposed to having to see the floor over somebody’s shoulder.

    In addition he keeps space between himself and the defender gving himself room to work

  • JerryCT

    I will add two other observations. Unlike Hulls and Jones his quickness enables him to face the basket instead of having to defend the ball with his body . In this way he is ready to pass as opposed to having to see the floor over somebody’s shoulder.

    In addition he keeps space between himself and the defender gving himself room to work

  • Eyes_of_silver

    Great point!  A PG that has to shield the ball with his body doesn’t put much pressure on the defense.  A PG like Yogi that can face the basket 90% of the time puts major pressure on the other teams defense.
    My biggest hope for him is that he learns how to hound the opposing teams’ primary ball handler like Chris Reynolds did back in the day.
    Mr. Cheaney, please show him some video clips of Chris hounding opposing PG’s into errant passes and ten second calls!

  • Eyes_of_silver

    Great point!  A PG that has to shield the ball with his body doesn’t put much pressure on the defense.  A PG like Yogi that can face the basket 90% of the time puts major pressure on the other teams defense.
    My biggest hope for him is that he learns how to hound the opposing teams’ primary ball handler like Chris Reynolds did back in the day.
    Mr. Cheaney, please show him some video clips of Chris hounding opposing PG’s into errant passes and ten second calls!

  • http://www.vccm.net/ iubase

    good point…I smell good chemistry on the floor when yogi is there!

  • http://www.vccm.net/ iubase

    good point…I smell good chemistry on the floor when yogi is there!

  • http://www.vccm.net/ iubase

    good point…I smell good chemistry on the floor when yogi is there!

  • http://www.vccm.net/ iubase

    good point…I smell good chemistry on the floor when yogi is there!

  • http://www.vccm.net/ iubase

    good point…I smell good chemistry on the floor when yogi is there!

  • http://www.vccm.net/ iubase

    good point…I smell good chemistry on the floor when yogi is there!

  • Anonymous

    Who is #22 he has a great shot and looks really good, what schools is he looking at? i know IU isnt recruiting him but he will be a good player where ever he goes

  • Anonymous

    Who is #22 he has a great shot and looks really good, what schools is he looking at? i know IU isnt recruiting him but he will be a good player where ever he goes

  • Anonymous

    Who is #22 he has a great shot and looks really good, what schools is he looking at? i know IU isnt recruiting him but he will be a good player where ever he goes

  • Anonymous

    Who is #22 he has a great shot and looks really good, what schools is he looking at? i know IU isnt recruiting him but he will be a good player where ever he goes

  • Anonymous

    Who is #22 he has a great shot and looks really good, what schools is he looking at? i know IU isnt recruiting him but he will be a good player where ever he goes

  • JerryCT

    Yes at 10-8 I would be pleased but I am hoping a miracle happens and we actually contend to win it all. I truly believe we have the players to contend.

  • Anonymous

    Dakich was taking a little bit of a jab at him on his show the other day. Said it takes him an hour to put everything on that he wears and that he wears pads anywhere and everywhere they make them for and that he needs to just forget about the large majority of all that stuff and needs to suck it up, lace ‘em up, get up and play.

  • Anonymous

    Dakich was taking a little bit of a jab at him on his show the other day. Said it takes him an hour to put everything on that he wears and that he wears pads anywhere and everywhere they make them for and that he needs to just forget about the large majority of all that stuff and needs to suck it up, lace ‘em up, get up and play.

  • The_Hall_Monitor

    Eron harris I believe he has offers from dayton and some smaller schools but wisconsion has recently showed interest

  • The_Hall_Monitor

    Eron harris I believe he has offers from dayton and some smaller schools but wisconsion has recently showed interest

  • The_Hall_Monitor

    Eron harris I believe he has offers from dayton and some smaller schools but wisconsion has recently showed interest

  • The_Hall_Monitor

    Eron harris I believe he has offers from dayton and some smaller schools but wisconsion has recently showed interest

  • The_Hall_Monitor

    Eron harris I believe he has offers from dayton and some smaller schools but wisconsion has recently showed interest

  • Anonymous

    Not that he had one on, but if I were a coach the first rule I’d put into place is “if you have any aspirations of ever seeing the floor during a game, you will not, under any circumstances, ever be seen in public wearing a shooting sleeve.”

  • RobD

    Forget Yogi. Who is #33? We need to recruit him immediately…

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