Photo Gallery: Jeremy Hollowell

  • 10/26/2011 1:08 pm in

With signing day just two weeks away, we continue our photo gallery series looking at Indiana’s class of 2012. Check out 24 photos by Jamie Owens of Lawrence Central senior wing Jeremy Hollowell in the embedded gallery after the jump. (Previously: Ron Patterson)

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  • Jmfriedman

    This kid is gonna be a joy to watch!

  • Anonymous

    I realize that IU has never recruited DJ Ballentine from Kokomo, but who is recruiting him?  I believe that is him in the picture.  I saw him at the jr/sr allstar game at Kokomo this year, and he did seem to like to shoot a lot.  Just wondering.

  • Ajbeaty311

    He committed to Evansville

  • He’s committed to Evansville.

  • HoosierDadE

    I wish it was that easy for me to dunk like that…oh well I can always photoshop my face and lighten the skin pigment 🙂

  • Bleeding Crimson

    Not to change the subject but awhile back someone posted a great site to view where your seat is at AH.  It showed exactly where your seat is and the view.  I can’t find it for anything so if someone could be so kind and repost it…it would be greatly appreciated. 
    It’s not the one that is shown on the Indiana University’s offical site.
    Thanks in advance.

  • Bleeding Crimson

    I’m not sure who I like the most of the 2012 class but it comes down to Yogi and Hollowell.  They both bring talents that are much needed at their positions.  Yogi will be a great point guard, super fast and can get the ball where it needs to be but Hollowell is great on both D, Reb, get to the rim, wingspan for blocks and can fill it up and get to the basket.

  • Bleeding Crimson

    Thanks…that’s exactly the site I was looking for.
    This one of the reasons why I love ITH.

  • Anonymous

    Jay Edwards to a T as far as smoothness.  I think Jay was a better shooter but they are very similar players.  Jay had no limit either, he just blew it with bad choices.  I’m not saying Jeremy will be that way by any means.  Jay was always labeled as lazy but the kid was just very smooth and could play D if called upon.  Sounds like Jeremy has all the tools as well, I hope he stays focused and works his butt off.