adidas Invitational Video: Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell

  • 07/08/2010 8:21 pm in

Park Tudor (IN) point guard Kevin “Yogi” Ferrell picked up an IU offer in March and is ranked among the top 40 players nationally in the 2012 class. We’ve compiled 14 clips of the 5-10 IU target from three games (Dream Vision, Dallas Mustangs and Riverside Hawks) at the adidas Invitational in the embedded media player below. Enjoy.

Related adidas Invitational coverage:

+ adidas Invitational Video: Austin Etherington
+ adidas Invitational Video: Cody Zeller
+ adidas Invitational Video: Jeremiah Davis

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  • Kelin Blab

    Yogi seems to have no problems getting where he wants to go but also realizing when he has gone far enough.


    Need a true point guard out of this class and if Yogi is the first one to say yes than I say we take him. The fact that it could possibly be a bonus in recruiting CZ can't be overlooked either.

  • marcusgresham

    I was about to say that he needs to work on his left hand and then I saw him go that way twice. Good speed, looks to have really good vision.

  • Uncle Joey

    If we can get Perea, Yogi, and some combo of DSR/Buss/Harris, then I'll be a happy man.

  • BaseballBuc

    This is all good stuff but still waiting for some Aaron Thomas clips.

  • hoosierfan2

    He seems to be at IU open gym all the time…I hope that's a sign he'll be part of a stellar 2012 recruiting class

  • Thanks Alex. Liked the chemistry between Austin, Cody and Yogi. A couple of nice dishes by Austin, hopefully his working recruit work will pay off- Get Cody and Yogi!

  • Kelin Blab

    BaseballBuc…..I don't have A.Thomas video clips other than the ones in my head….saw him play twice this week. I will wait to see if Alex post something. Let me just say, I came away impressed.

  • Don't have any video as he was at the Hoosier Shootout.

  • Kelin Blab

    Aaron Thomas–

    Is long, can get to the basket, and can finish. He had a bad first game, played like he wasn't really into it but in his semifinal game against Speice w/ Hammons, he was a stud. Penetrating, jumpshots, very strong finisher.

  • Q95

    we need this kid…plain and simple. he definately will be a real challenge for teams as he grows and matures. shoots the ball right now better than most p/guards in the nba.

  • ArtistFormerlyKnownAs_Aceman07

    Yeah. His game reminds me of a fast Steve Nash because he can get anywhere and he has a bunch of nifty little shots that look weird but he figures out a way to hit them.

  • ArtistFormerlyKnownAs_Aceman07

    I have been incredibly impressed with Yogi since he was very young. He's lightning quick, has an effortless handle and can create shots from angles that most PG's can't. Oh, yeah, and he can shoot! I wish he was a little bigger because then I could say he reminded me of a Rajon Rondo who could shoot but he's just not that long, but as it stands he reminds me of a faster version of Steve Nash by how he shoots and can shoot it from any angle and any off balance position. This sort of reminds me of a pitcher like Juan Marichal who could throw pitches for strikes from any arm angle. It's weird but effective.

    You know what, if I think back far enough he reminds me a little of BJ Armstrong, I believe. If I remember correctly that's the name of the player who played at Iowa in the 90's who had a similar repertoire? If I remember right, BJ was a little taller but had good quickness and the handle that just seemed like he was born with it and could pass and shoot the lights out.