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55 - Jeremiah Robinson-Earl

6-9, 230 Power Forward
VILLANOVA_65.gif Villanova Freshman
Birthday
11/03/00 (19 yrs)
Hometown
Shawnee Mission, KS
High School
IMG Academy
Athleticism
8
Size
8
Defense
8
Strength
7
Quickness
7
Leadership
7
Jump Shot
6
NBA Ready
7
Rebounding
8
Potential
7
Post Skills
7
Intangibles
7

NBA Comparison: Jonas Jerebko 

Strengths: 6’9 versatile forward … Well-coordinated, mobile, and balanced … Efficient scorer. Finished eighth over the Under Armour Association in scoring with 19.5 points per game while shooting 54.6% FG% in 2018. Scored 10.7 points per game at the U18 Americas Championship while shooting a fifth best 61.9% FG% in 2018. Averaged 12.7 points per game while shooting an eighth best 60.3% FG% at the U19 World Cup in 2019 … Good face up and driving ability. Good midrange shooter and scorer. Can also score in the post and utilizes fadeaway. Good touch in close and can finish with either hand … Consistently runs the floor and stays active. Good awareness on both ends … Good timing and positioning, helping him stand out as a rebounder on both ends. Led the Under Armour Association in 2018 with 11.4 rebounds per game and finished second in offensive rebounds per game with 4.3 per game. Finished fourth in rebounds with 8.5 per game with an eighth best on the offensive end with 2.7 per game at the U18 Americas Championship in 2018. Averaged 2.6 offensive rebounds per game at the U19 World Cup in 2019 … Solid handle for size. Can take rebounds to the other end of the floor … Solid basketball IQ and a willing passer. Good court vision and makes the right pass, always knows where his teammates are. Knows where he’s passing before he catches the ball … Good defensive versatility, guards multiple positions. Picks up ball handlers away from the basket, also defends the post. Moves feet well for his size. Averaged 1.4 steals per game over the Under Armour Association in 2018 … Similar to rebounding, he utilizes his positioning and timing on the defensive end as a help defender. Finished in the top ten in blocked shots with 2.1 per game over the Under Armour Association in 2018 … Vocal … Plays within himself and doesn’t force his impact …

Weaknesses: Doesn’t have great length relative to height with a 6’9 wingspan and 8’10 standing reach … Very good mobility, solid athlete and can finish plays above the rim but isn’t incredibly explosive … Currently scores most of his points within the perimeter. Possesses solid shooting mechanics and a high release point but will need to improve as a shooter and expand perimeter game if he wants to maximize his versatility … Has the speed advantage when matched up against big men but lacks ideal size to score against big men in the paint/post. Only shot 14.3% 3PT% over the Under Armour Association in 2018. Didn’t make any threes in his six games at the U18 Americas Championship in 2018. Shot 11.1% 3PT% at the U19 World Cup in 2019 … Can improve as a free throw shooter. Shot 64.1% FT% over the Under Armour Association in 2018 … Solid strength but can still improve his upper body for the next level … Good versatility and solid all around but doesn’t stand out in any specific area outside of rebounding …

Outlook: Incoming Villanova freshman … Scored 13 points in the 2019 McDonald’s All-American Game … Played in the 2019 Nike Hoop Summit … Transferred to IMG Academy for his senior year. Led IMG to win the GEICO Nationals, earning tournament MVP and scoring 18 points in the championship game … Won Gold at the U18 Americas Championship in 2018 and U19 World Cup in 2019 …

Evan Tomes 8/16/19

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