Staff // 12/03/2012 11:32 am
Via ny2lasports on YouTube:
(HT: The Hoosier Scoop)
Seriously, who else was shocked when #32 threw it down like that at 3:11?
Yea and #14 hit 3 threes nuttin’ but net. Some talent on that team.
Looks like a grown man out there. Can’t wait.
I was actually wondering who that kid was and where he’s going to school cause he had a block early in the clip and he can JUMP. Then I saw that dunk and figured he’s going to some mid-major school somewhere because he’s a good athlete. Must not be able to shoot because there were no clips of him doing that.
Luke isn’t much of a project is he Hoosier faithful?
1) He has good footwork around the basket offensively and defensively.
2) He seems to have a nice soft shot.
3) He gets up pretty well for his size.
4) He’s got really thick legs and looks like he’ll end up one of those 250+ guys.
All-in-all I don’t think he’ll ever be a 20 and 10 guy like Cody has the potential to do but he’ll be a really nice 4-year player who will probably end up somewhere more like the 14 and 8 area or maybe even slightly better? I’m very pleased this young man chose IU and didn’t go to Wisconsin because they seem to pull guys like that all the time who beat people up. It’s nice to steal a little of that muscle from them. What a nice complement to Vonleh, Robinson, and Williams and I still think DD Jr. is going to be a man-beast in college!
Luke is going to surprise some people. He is like a poor man’s Cody Zeller and I’ll take a poor man’s Zeller over a lot of people.
That’s exactly what I have said about him when watching other videos. Has a lot of the same skills, and plays the same type of game. Obviously nowhere near Cody, but a very solid big man
Luke Fisher has proven me wrong. At first when Tom Crean was looking to recruit him, I thought that he would just be a mediocre role player at best. However, after the commitment, he just kept getting better and better. Now, I think he is under rated for his position. He should be ranked higher, but that is okay I can settle for very good players with higher ceiling and higher potential anytime. Tom Crean knows what he is doing!
It gives their names at the bottom of the screen. Evan Wesenberg is #32. Rivals lists him at 6’7″, 190,(no stars,) and it says he has an offer from North Dakota St.
Luke Fischer has great court presence and awareness. He made some really nice passes out of double teams, and he made them quickly. This looks to be a well-coached team.
Not impressed with the Shurna-esque release, though.