Ron Patterson Archive
Ron Patterson scored 15 points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out four assists on Friday night as Broad Ripple beat Louisville Central 58-43 in the IPSAC Midwest Challenge at Indianapolis Marshall. Patterson passed George Hill to become the all-time leading scorer in Broad Ripple history in the victory.
Inside the Hall caught up with Patterson and Broad Ripple coach Scott Hicks for reaction in the embedded media players below:
Throughout the season, Inside the Hall will keep you posted on how IU’s five 2012 signees, four verbal commitments and other notable prospects with interest in the Hoosiers are performing at their respective schools. (Photo credit: Jamie Owens/J. Scott Sports)
You can send us stats or results for this report at email@example.com. (Note: We’ll be adding more recruits as the season moves along and more schedules become available.)
+ Hanner Perea (La Porte La Lumiere): 19 points and 11 rebounds in a 95-79 win over Summit Christian on Nov. 29. At the Marshall County Hoopfest on Dec. 3, scored 14 points as La Lumiere fell 77-59 to Oak Hill Academy.
+ Jeremy Hollowell (Lawrence Central): 26 points and nine rebounds in a 69-64 win over Indianapolis Tech on Dec. 2.
+ Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell (Park Tudor): Game-high 24 points in a 54-53 loss at Indianapolis Roncalli on Dec. 2.
+ Peter Jurkin (United Faith Christian Academy, NC): 21 points in a 119-64 win over Queens Grant Charter on Nov. 28. 14 points in a 117-59 win over Shining Light Academy on Dec. 2.
+ Ron Patterson (Broad Ripple): 26 points and four steals in a 78-60 loss at Indianapolis Cathedral on Dec. 3.
Throughout the season, Inside the Hall will keep you posted on how IU’s five 2012 signees, four verbal commitments and other notable prospects with interest in the Hoosiers, are performing at their respective schools. (Photo credit: Jamie Owens/J. Scott Sports)
You can send us stats or results for this report at firstname.lastname@example.org. Here’s our first update: (Note: We’ll be adding more recruits as the season moves along and more schedules become available.)
+ Hanner Perea (La Porte La Lumiere): 15 points and 12 rebounds in a 50-38 win over AIM Prep in Gary, Indiana on Nov. 25.
+ Jeremy Hollowell (Lawrence Central): 22 points in a 57-52 overtime win over Lawrence North at Conseco Fieldhouse on Nov. 23 and 22 points in a 60-46 win at Indianapolis Arlington on Nov. 26.
+ Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell (Park Tudor): 16 points and four assists in a 64-45 win over Imagine College Prep (Mo.) on Nov. 25. Followed that up later the same day with 19 points and seven assists in a 82-39 win over Gallatin County (Ill.). 20 points in a 61-40 win over Limestone (Ill.) on Nov. 26. All games played in the State Farm Tournament of Champions in Washington, Ill.
+ Peter Jurkin (United Faith Christian Academy, NC): 14 points in a 102-76 win over Walnut Grove Christian on Nov. 22. 11 points in a 53-50 loss to The Rock on Nov. 25. 10 points in a 64-57 loss at Evelyn Mack Academy on Nov. 26.
+ Ron Patterson (Broad Ripple): 17 points in a 78-45 win over Muncie South on Nov. 26.
The Hoosier Scoop: Ron Patterson makes it four
Patterson was asked the words “The Movement” have come to mean to him.
“It means hang banners and win championships,” Patterson said.
Though Patterson is rated fourth of the five players in the Class, checking in at 131 in Rivals.com’s Top 150 rankings for the class, his unique skill set could make him the piece of the puzzle that makes that possible. The 6-foot-3, 195-pounder has a 6-10 wingspan and unlike most top prospects, is better known for his abilities as a defender than for his offensive skills.
With signing day on the horizon, we’ll be using the next couple of weeks to take a photographic look at four of Indiana’s five current 2012 recruits. Check out 18 photos by Jamie Owens of Broad Ripple senior guard Ron Patterson in the embedded photo gallery after the jump.
Broad Ripple senior guard Ron Patterson is one of four Indiana commitments (along with Collin Hartman, Devin Davis and Yogi Ferrell) 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 Patterson 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.)
Inside the Hall had a chance to catch up with 2012 IU commitment Ron Patterson on Monday evening as the senior guard begins his final high school season at Broad Ripple.
Here are some notes and quotes from our conversation:
— July’s impact: After making the move from Indiana Elite Team Indiana to Indiana Elite One after the spring portion of the AAU schedule, Patterson played in the adidas Invitational and adidas College Coaches Classic in early July and used the rest of the summer to work on his game. “I just felt like I needed to work on my game other than playing (in AAU),” he said of the decision to skip the second July evaluation period. “I’ve just been doing it off God given talent, I’ve never really worked (on my game). I think it was beneficial because I’d already committed and I wasn’t really hurting or losing anything.”
— Recent trip to Bloomington: While the visits of Luke Fischer and D’Angelo Russell made headlines over the weekend, Patterson confirmed that he and two of his future teammates also made the trip down to Bloomington. “It was just me, Jeremy (Hollowell) and Yogi (Ferrell) going down to play in open gym. That’s about it. We got in a couple of good runs,” he said of the experience.
— Building relationships: One of the built-in advantages for Indiana’s 2012 recruiting class is the familiarity that the group will have with one another upon their arrival in Bloomington. Four of the five recruits (Ferrell, Hollowell, Hanner Perea and Patterson) played together this spring and also traveled to the NBA Camp in Charlottesville, Virginia in June. “Our relationships are growing more,” Patterson said. “We’re learning each other’s games, our dislikes and likes, where we want the ball.”