HD Video: Ron Patterson in loss to Park Tudor

  • 02/12/2012 11:04 am in

2012 IU signee and Broad Ripple guard Ron Patterson scored a team-high 17 points in a 52-47 loss to Park Tudor at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on Saturday afternoon.

Watch just under a minute high-definition quality footage of Patterson in the embedded media player below:

Postgame reaction from Patterson and Broad Ripple coach Scott Hicks is available after the jump.

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  • Luke72

    Hicks is doing a great job at BR. He was a very competitive player and seems to be teaching his team to put it all out there. Ron’s day is yet to come, he’ll be a major force in the
    Big Ten within the next couple of years! No reason for BR to hang their heads, Park T might be the best high school team in the state regardless of which class they play in! 

  • Brklynhoosier

    Give CTC and the staff 1-2 yrs putting him to work, and I really think Buss will be special.  Oladipo with better handles and a much better shot.

  • Brklynhoosier

    Give CTC and the staff 1-2 yrs putting him to work, and I really think Buss will be special.  Oladipo with better handles and a much better shot.

  • Evansville Hoosier

    He’s got a smooth pull up jumper. That’s a great facet to have in your game as a driver.

  • Kevin

    He reminds me a lot of Remy, and I see him having a very similar role to what Remy brings to the team this year. I think we often do forget about Abell though when thinking about next year’s rotation. As the year’s gone on, this kid is only getting better, and it seems like he’s ready to put together a Sheeledipo-esque off-season improvement for next year. What’s going to happen if Remy Abell improves as much as they did this year, next year?

  • Hoosierkid

    Do you really think these guys are gonna have the talent to get banner #6?

  • Verdell Jones IV

    His J is looking smoother and smoother.

  • Matt

    This recruiting class is rediculous

  • Tom Eke

    Could not agree more. I’ve thought this kid has been underrated as a shooter throughout the recruiting process. That step-back 3 he hits in this video is sick. The highlight footage looks a lot like a less developed Eric Gordon IMO.

  • Matt Lee

    Really impressed with how smooth the jumper looks. Everyone has been saying his strength is defense and would struggle to score. That may be true next year, but man, he looks smooth and is averaging 20.0 ppg, leading scorer in his high school’s history? He’ll score in the B1G too.

  • MillaRed

    I think in 2 more years IU will be in that conversation regularly. As amazing the 2012 class is, 2014 has the potential to be better. Lyles may be better than Zeller as a FR. I think we are in for a helluva ride.

  • IU_Fan_99

    Did Patterson just set the school record for 3’s or something like that? I thought I saw something on twitter…

  • iumadman

    I believe that we will have as good as chance as anyone the next few years. Next year one of the regional finals are in Indy and I think in 2015 the final four is in Indy. How sweet would that be.

  • calbert40

    Patterson is the forgotten man in this class by the media, but not by Hoosier fans.  I don’t think that RP is the best player in this class, and I actually think he may struggle to find significant minutes next season.  However, I think he may be the most important player of this class. Yogi is All-America, and Hollowell was awfully close. HP may be the most athletic big man we have ever had, and Jurkin is an unknown, but he is over 7′ tall!

    RP brings something different than all of them though, and I think it is something we desperately need. He is a tough, gritty and competitive player.  He likes to play D, and is not afraid to mix it up with the bigger players.  I agree with a lot of you who are reminded of players like Victor and Remy, but he reminds me a lot of AJ Moye, but with more skill. 

    I think by this class’s senior year, we will be wondering how we will ever replace RP…but I bet CTC will have it figured out!  This class is absolutely crazy good!

  • IUfanToby

    Hope he’s right about that 6th banner.  I saw him in Castleton Mall Friday night sporting his BR #15 warmups…….would have been fun to catch him and Yogi in this game.

  • Joe B

    I was at the game(can actually see myself in the video, haha) and I came away with two key thoughts:

    – Yogi is as advertised: amazingly quick and good vision, you can’t stay in front of him.  But he also has a much better jumper than I ever realized; he’s going to be good.

    – Ron’s game translates to the college lever really well, IMO.  He’s athletic, good size, and can pull up quick.  I still think he’s underrated.  He missed some shots saturday but I still came away impressed.

    P.S. – It was fun to watch Crean’s reactions to plays; he was like a kid at a candy store.

  • Mister Slippery

    I was thinking the same thing and Moye is one of my all-time favorites! Go Hoosiers!