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my favorite college hoop player....

Postby thedisemboweler » Sun Jun 05, 2011 6:07 am

Jordan Hulls
POINT GUARD
CLASS: 2009
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Bloomington, IN
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Bloomington South
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6'0"
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170 lbs
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March, 2009: Hulls is a tough high energy lead guard that plays with urgency on both ends of the floor. He has a strong tight handle and is a good passer with excellent court vision. He is a good not great athlete and could struggle at times with more athletic guards although he will never back down. Hulls is a good shooter on the move with an excellent mid range game. He also can knock down the open three. He is deceptively quick off the dribble and uses a variety of dribble moves that includes crossovers, spins and hesitation to beat his defender. On defense Hulls works to pressure the ball with relentless effort. Hulls has a great feel for the game and is a good leader as well. Hulls must add strength but has tremendous upside and he will compete and find a way to help the hometown Hoosiers.

June, 2008: Unsung hero on nation's best 17 & Under AAU program this spring. Jordan's basketball knowledge and savvy rival anyone he will come up against. Extremely smooth with the ball and can make pinpoint passes with ease. On this team he is a doubledigit assist man. Speed is fine and he can play comfortably at a varied of paces. Although he thinks pass first he has the ability to knock down shots when left unguarded.

November, 2007: If you are looking for a tough, hard-nosed kid to run your team, Jordan Hulls is your man. The kid is a winner. He lacks a lot of the physical attributes that you look for when evaluating players, but Hulls is ultra-competitive and knows how to win. He is an average 3-point shooter and he really needs to become a lights-out shooter to make up for his lack of size and athleticism. He can handle pressure, can get a team into an offense and he will defend for 94 feet. Hulls has a very high basketball IQ. He is much better going right and still needs to learn how to use his strength to go by defenders. He is only an average finisher at the rim and needs to develop this part of his game as well. But, when its all said and done, his team usually wins and that is a great quality in a point guard.

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Travel Team: Indiana Elite...Averaged 16.9 ppg, 4.4 rpg and 2.4 apg as a junior...2009 Gatorade Player of the Year in Indiana...Averaged 15.9 points, 5.3 assists and 3.8 rebounds as a senior...
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