Video: Yogi Ferrell at the 2011 Metro Indianapolis Fall League

  • 10/04/2011 9:06 pm in

Park Tudor senior point guard Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell is one of four Indiana commitments (along with Collin Hartman, Devin Davis Jr. and Ron Patterson) playing in the 2011 Metropolitan Indianapolis Fall League. The league takes place on Sunday nights from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Noblesville Boys & Girls Club.

Inside the Hall was in attendance for the league’s opening night and we’ve compiled over two minutes of Ferrell video which is available 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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  • IU_Fan_99

    is #20 in 6th grade?

  • Kelin Blab

    Umm devin davis, Yogi should not be blocking your shot…ever.

  • HoosierDavey

    Yogi is hard to guard

  • Anonymous

    The amount of lift Yogi gets on his jump shot blows my mind…

  • Anonymous

    Has Yogi grown a bit. He certainly plays taller than 5’11”

  • Anonymous

    The three pointers, the body control, CANT WAIT

  • Anonymous

    Is that every Sunday, and is it open to the public?

  • Swishmac IU

    Somebody hs been working on his jumper.  I watched him this summer and his shot form has definitely changed.  Way underrated!

  • base

    Every Sunday in October and it’s open to the public at The Boy’s Club in N’ville.

  • MillaRed

    I love the way he gets to the rim to draw contact. Yes IU fans, I realize its hard for you to remember. But point guards that can penetrate, get a foul call AND hit free throws do exist.

  • amazing – he just gets better…looks like he’s got a little swagger

  • Anonymous

    That’s a guy I would just hate to see on the opposing team.  Just has that swagger the whole time that he can do whatever he wants with the ball in his hands.  Can’t wait indeed.

  • Anonymous

    *He looks stronger, and it shows when taking that contact around the basket.  This should also help him guard at the next level. 

    *Jump shot keeps getting better.

    *The kid gets wherever he wants on the floor with the ball in his hands.