HD Video: Trevon Bluiett at 2012 Run-N-Slam

Class of 2014 Park Tudor wing Trevon Bluiett won his second straight Class 2A title this past high school season and is having a big spring for Spiece Indy Heat.

Bluiett and his Spiece Indy Heat teammates finished the 2012 Bill Hensley Memorial Run-N-Slam just 2-2 over the weekend in Fort Wayne, but the junior-to-be was once again efficient shooting the ball from the perimeter and was also effective scoring off the dribble and in transition.

We’ve compiled over three minutes of high definition quality video of Bluiett from pool play games against I-90 Elite, Ohio Varsity and Mac Irvin Fire in the embedded media player below:

More from the 2012 Run-N-Slam:

· 2012 Run-N-Slam: Jaquan Lyle video, Q & A
· 2014 Illinois forward Malek Harris excited by IU interest
· James Blackmon Jr. getting stronger during recovery
· HD Video: Trey Lyles at 2012 Run-N-Slam
· Jabari Parker has high praise for IU commit Lyles
· 2013 Detroit guard E.C. Matthews hearing from Hoosiers
· Notebook: Hensley Memorial Run-N-Slam: Day One

  • HoosiersFan

    A little Paul Pierce in his game..

  • N71

    Trevon is fun to watch, similar to Ron Patterson in a way because their games are so unique and effective. He’s a completely different style of player versus Ron though. He’s very clever and therefore must have a very high basketball IQ. An example would be how he uses his size/beef to bump people ever so slightly to create space. There’s really not much you can do if you’re the guy who weighs less. Its not a foul, just smart. I imagine playing against him there’s all kinds of little things going on, leverage, a comment here or there to get you off your game, a key shot at the right time because he’s aware of the effect, etc. It would be really interesting to hear what those who play against him have to say or listen to Yogi’s take on Trevon. He’s a fascinating player, very unique. The Mark Aguirre (6’6″ 230lb, 23 pts per, 6 rbs per) or Andrian Dantley (6’5″ 210, 24 pts per, 6 rbs per) comparisons seem on the mark the more and more I see of Trevon. Not that he will have that type of career or not, more about style of play.

  • N71

    Trevon is fun to watch, similar to Ron Patterson in a way because their games are so unique and effective. He’s a completely different style of player versus Ron though. He’s very clever and therefore must have a very high basketball IQ. An example would be how he uses his size/beef to bump people ever so slightly to create space. There’s really not much you can do if you’re the guy who weighs less. Its not a foul, just smart. I imagine playing against him there’s all kinds of little things going on, leverage, a comment here or there to get you off your game, a key shot at the right time because he’s aware of the effect, etc. It would be really interesting to hear what those who play against him have to say or listen to Yogi’s take on Trevon. He’s a fascinating player, very unique. The Mark Aguirre (6’6″ 230lb, 23 pts per, 6 rbs per) or Andrian Dantley (6’5″ 210, 24 pts per, 6 rbs per) comparisons seem on the mark the more and more I see of Trevon. Not that he will have that type of career or not, more about style of play.

  • Sammy

    Funny, if i had to compare him to an NBA player i would choose Pierce too. They both are unassuming athletes who like the outside shot. I think the most similar characteristic is when they shoot, i.e. when they pull up in the lane and how quickly they decide on when to shoot the 3.
    I like Trevon’s game a lot. I would put him as priority #1 for ’14, b/c i think he “gets it” and his best basketball will be in college.

  • WisconHoosier

    On one hand, TB just keeps scoring and winning. Crean knows a lot more than I do, and he likes him. So there’s that.

    But I question how good he will be in college. I think whatever we expect of him – shooting, passing, rebounding, whatever – we can get other players who will do all that better, and with more upside.

  • SCHoosier

    At 6-5..and moderate ball handling skills, this kid is a bit of a “tweener”. Can probably be “the man” at a smaller school..or a piece to the drive and dish offense at a major.
    Kinda of agree with WisconHoosier…TB is going to make somebody a very good player..I think Crean now has access to the “great players”. TB still has time to develop into one.

  • twarrior87

    He looks pretty good, but why did they show like 15 highlights of him bricking 3 pointers?

  • grllin

    I actually enjoy that the ITH crew try to include all of the clips of when a player is involved in an offensive play (makes or misses). Gives a much better idea of who the player is than some of the youtube highlight reels, which are more fun to watch but less informative. Honestly, I think it’d be neat to get some defensive clips in here, too, just to get a better idea of how these kids might match up on D, too.

  • grllin

    I actually enjoy that the ITH crew try to include all of the clips of when a player is involved in an offensive play (makes or misses). Gives a much better idea of who the player is than some of the youtube highlight reels, which are more fun to watch but less informative. Honestly, I think it’d be neat to get some defensive clips in here, too, just to get a better idea of how these kids might match up on D, too.

  • spiderman0551

    I watched him play and came away more impressed than before. He had no problem getting physical with a larger team and more than held his own on the glass. He seemed to like the jump shot versus driving the ball but was effective at both. He was a little more athletic than I thought too, seemed quicker and seemed to be able to get up a little. Reminds me of some of those older players like Mark Agguire, Adrian Dantley or Bernard King….not going to wow you but very effective and knows how to use his body better than anybody on the floor (Trey is in this catagory as well as far as using his body). He’s going to put a lot of points up.

  • WisconHoosier

    ITH: I believe the old system you had with comments, where people could only “like” or leave it alone, was better than the new one with the option of negative votes.

    The previous system was, well, friendlier. It made ITH just a little more accessible and equal.

    Just my opinion.

  • WisconHoosier

    ITH: I believe the old system you had with comments, where people could only “like” or leave it alone, was better than the new one with the option of negative votes.

    The previous system was, well, friendlier. It made ITH just a little more accessible and equal.

    Just my opinion.

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