NFL Scouting Combine 2022 Live Stream Free All Sports Whitout Cable 2022. Here is a quick look at 2022 four-star prospect Jeremy Fears who received an offer from Michigan State while making an unofficial visit over the weekend.
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A 6-1 point guard out of La Porte (Ind.) La Lumiere School, Fears has also picked up offers from Illinois, Kansas, Memphis, Missouri and Xavier among many others. In addition to the weekend Michigan State visit, Fears has already been to Illinois and Indiana for visits.
Not a point guard with length but has a strong sturdy build. Plays with poise and composure but has a quick burst to the basket going either direction. Uses change of pace and change of direction extremely well. Has a top notch ability to draw defenders and deliver a timely and accurate pass.
His greatest strength is running a team as a floor general. Finishes well around the rim. Not a high riser but gets off the floor quickly jumping off two feet. Prefers the pass over the midrange jumper. Can keep defense honest with his jumper but there is room for improvement. Has a low release. Has potential to be a tough defender. Could be a more aggressive rebounder.
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March is just a few weeks away. Most college basketball teams only have four or five games remaining on their regular-season schedules, which means conference tournaments and the NCAA Tournament are just around the corner. That also means that teams are running out of opportunities to make an impression on the committee. Take North Carolina, for example: A squad that lacks in real strong wins and just suffered a bad loss to an inferior opponent in Pittsburgh. The Tar Heels are still in the tournament — just barely — in bracket expert Joe Lunardi’s most recent projection. There is not much room on the bubble, though, and North Carolina needs to close strong to solidify its spot.
“Got no choice here,” North Carolina coach Hubery Davis said following the loss, via InsideCarolina. “Yeah, sorry to cut you off. There’s just no choice. As I said before, you can sit here and whine and complain and point fingers and make excuses and continue to be down on yourself or you can show up the next day and get ready to compete and fight and get after it. And so that’s my expectation, that’s our job, and that’s what this team and this program will do.”