Future150 Camp Reporter. Providing insight into Future150 Camp players.
Indianapolis, IN (Future150) -- Going to basketball camps can help improve your overall all game.
Chandler Rowe a very talented, 6-foot-7 small forward out of Indianapolis, Indiana is a guy who has used attending camps to progress his basketball skills.
Rowe is an Atlanta Future150 Camp Alum where he proved that he was a really solid player and got valid exposure.
“It was real fun and I was able to get some quality exposure,” Rowe said.
At the small forward position, Rose in an excellent rebounder and has great on ball defense. He is also a great slasher, getting to the basket quite easy.
With the game that he has, a valid comparison to a couple of NBA players were provided by Rowe.
“I compare myself to Kevin Durant and Jeremy Lamb,” he advised. “We have very comparable games and have similar body sizes.”
Although he has lots of great skills in his repertoire, but admits he has one big weakness.
“My strength and body development is my biggest weakness,” he claimed. “I plan to work on getting bigger, plus working on my jump shot and speed.”
His talents have been a gift to this point and is brought him a lot of attention from many colleges across the nation.
“I have drawn interest from the many school such as Xavier, FSU, UCSB, IUPUI, Kent State, ISU, Elon, Lamar, and IU East,” Rowe listed. “IU East has showed me the most attention and I talk to Coach Hester quite often.”
He is no hurry to commit, but says, “I plan to take a few visits and will commit when I feel ready.”
Knowing what he wants in college is also very special to him as well.
“I am looking for a solid Division I school, that will allow me to keep improving my game,” Rowe advised.
The goal for now is to keep on working hard and the time for making a decision will come in time.
Rowe is a special player and will be a very good pick-up for whatever college decides to bring him in.