IndyBall Video: Jaquan Lyle interview, highlights

  • 04/11/2011 3:14 pm in

2014 Evansville Bosse guard Jaquan Lyle picked up an offer from Indiana last winter and finished an impressive freshman season with a sectional title andĀ averages of 15.6 points per game and 7.5 rebounds per game.

The talented freshman kicked off the AAU season with the Eric Gordon All-Stars on Saturday at the Shootout and Inside the Hall caught up with Lyle after a pool play game for a Q & A:

Check out two highlight reels of Lyle from Saturday and Sunday games in Indianapolis after the jump:

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  • Anonymous

    He’s a freshman? Wow! I would like to see him get a nice mid range jumper like Verdell and perhaps work on his perimeter shot! He could be a total beast and be Yogi’s back up and eventual starter at the point. He seems like a smart guy who if he can develop a little better bball IQ and a better floor vision like Yogi has, he could be dangerous. But at 6’4, he could easily play as a 2.

    However, I have one condition for him signing with us. He must get rid of that freaking haircut. I do not like it at all.

  • N71

    It’s my understanding that Cody will be wearing his hair the same way this coming season. That look is back again, Kid & Play would be happy.

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  • Anonymous

    Good looking player! If he is 6’4″ already, I wonder where he ends up? It would be nice to have a 6’7″ or 6’8″ guy who could bring the ball up when needed!! That 2014 class could be scary good if he and Bluiett both commit!!

  • Anonymous

    2014? Sheesh I’m getting old…but at least his haircut makes me feel like it’s 1991 all over again.

  • hoostheman

    That hi-top fade is glorious. Love his game too… Fantastic court vision for a kid that young.

  • NCO

    I watched him play three times Sunday and the kid has a TON of ability and when he chose to play hard he was unstoppable.

    Perhaps I’m old fashioned but there were several things that bothered me about him like walking off the court when subbed for, his attitude towards the refs when he didn’t like a call and talking to the crowd after made jumpers.

    I know freshman boys aren’t all that mature but Jaquan has a ways to go. Here’s hoping he gets some direction.

  • Anonymous

    Wow, the class of 2014 could be really, really good. If Lyle joined the mix you could see 3 dominant players go to IU in that class, go get him Crean.