Future150 Southeast Analyst. Covering high school basketball across the Southeast.
Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- It is never easy to grow up behind the name of a prominent sibling in society, as one is forced to the comparisons of his or her predecessors.
But growing up behind a well-known basketball brother is tough, especially in the state of Indiana.
Eron Gordon, a 6-foot-2 shooting guard out of North Central High School, is beginning his high school career, and he faces the challenge of meeting the standards put forth by his older brothers.
Eric, a former Indiana player and current NBA star, is the oldest brother, and Evan currently plays at Arizona State.
While most would be under a ton of pressure, Eron assures that he is not feeling the heat.
"I'm not really under any pressure. People are just now beginning to talk about it, so I have been prepared," Gordon explained from the Fab Frosh Camp.
Despite not even beginning his freshman year, Gordon already holds offers from in-state schools Indiana and Purdue, along with Arizona State.
"I also have interest from Wisconsin, Michigan State, Ohio State, Michigan, Xavier, and Butler," he listed.
Gordon had a very productive Fab Frosh Camp, where he was named to the Top 20 all-star game on Sunday. Throughout the weekend, he presented his impressive ball-handling skills, along with some scoring.
In fact, the rising star considers those two aspects as the strengths of his game right now.
"I feel like I can score and handle the ball really well," he began. "But I need to work on my off-ball defense and offensive rebounding."
Over the years, Gordon has evolved into a player quite similar to Dwayne Wade, as the video (left) shows. Eron threw down this dunk during the all-star game.
There is no mistaking the youngest Gordon's talent, but where did things start?
The Future150 camp.
"I like the Future150 camp. I went a few years ago when it was Indianapolis. There was a lot of good players that came out," Gordon noted.
There is still a long road for this Gordon, but we will be seeing his talent in the college game in the near future.