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2017 Class Outlook: Temple Owls
by Zachary Lyon, Future150 (12:56 PM CT, Tue October 4, 2016)
Pierre-Louis is a very smart floor general with high upside.
Pierre-Louis is a very smart floor general with high upside.
Zachary Lyon
Zachary Lyon:

Future150 Regional Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball: NC, SC & VA

Philadelphia, PA (Future150) -- The Temple Owls have already landed four prospects for their 2017 class and it looks like they've got their class wrapped up earlier than most other programs. Let's take a look at what these four guys will bring to Fran Dunphy's program. 

Nate Pierre-Louis, 6'3" Point Guard, Plainfield (NJ): An extremely smart floor general with good size and strength, Pierre-Louis has superb slashing abilities and doesn't lack the power or strength to finish through a few bodies when drawing contact. He is an above average on-ball defender, and seems poised to shine in Coach Dunphy's system.  

JP Moorman, 6'7" Wing Forward, Greensboro (NC): Versatility is the name of the game for Moorman. At nearly 6'8" he is very capable of playing the two, three, and four positions when he's on the floor. He has solid enough handles to play the two and three and crashes the glass and has enough strength and motor to bang down low with opposing power forward if neccessary. His shooting has continually improved over the course of his career and even though he isn't the highest ranked player coming in out of this class, but may have the most pro potential. 

Justyn Hamilton, 6'10" Forward/Center, Charlotte (NC): The latest addition to the Owls class, Hamilton brings a big time interior presence on the defensive end with great rebounding skills. At 6'10" his offensive game continues to develop as he possesses a few go-to post moves and has the ability to knock down a jump shot out to 12-15 feet. The good thing for Temple is that Hamilton is already a solid player, and there is no telling how much better he can get. 

Dre Perry, 6'6" Guard/Forward, Baltimore (MD): Perry is a super strong bodied wing that is active on the defensive end and doesn't have an lack for athelticism. He has no problem grabbing a rebound and taking it the full length of the floor before rattling the rim with a powerful dunk. He should be able to make a solid impact as a freshman just with his high motor and athleticism alone. 


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