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Evan Bradds

Position SF Height 6-6 Weight 180 School Greeneview High School Hometown Jamestown, Ohio Incoming Year 2013
Offered By Akron, Ohio

Initially posted by mollautt on 10/28/10 at 11:01 am

2013 PROSPECT:  Last year was on the Ohio High School Hoops All-Frosh team after averaging 15ppg.  Ranked #45 SF in the nation by ESPN/Scouts, Inc. Plays AAU with All-Ohio Red.  NY2LA Profile....ESPN Profile writes: 

April, 2010: Evan is a skilled combo forward right now. He definitely projects as a small forward down the road. He always gives a great effort on the floor. Often out hustling his opponents to loose balls and rebounds. Offensively Evan has solid skills. He is a solid shooter with range to 17 feet. He can put the ball on the floor a little to create, depending on who he is matched up against. He is much more successful moving off the dribble versus post players. When guarded by perimeter players he can be effective posting up down low or at the mid post. Evan is a good rebounder. He does a solid job of boxing out and then retrieving the ball. He is a decent defender where he shows nice effort, he just struggles at times in space versus superior quickness. Overall a solid prospect.


Posted by mollautt at 11:13 am

Evan recently visited Miami.


Posted by mollautt at 10:45 am

After initially verballing to Ohio U., had reopened his recruitment after John Groce left for Illinois.

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