Under Armour Finals (July 16th-19th, 2014): Long considered an elite guard in the 2017 class, Felton's progression is impressive. He is a skilled 6-foot-3 slasher who is very good when finishing around the rim. He has excellent body control and uses his toughness to his advantage on both ends of the floor. He is also capable of knocking down jump shots from distance. The total package for a combination guard.
01/28/14: "Felton is a combo guard who efficiently blends passing and scoring abilities. He's capable of big runs offensively though his jumper has proven streaky thus far. His game is built on body control and feel. A poised decision-maker, Felton has elite defensive tools as well." -Spencer Pulliam
04/01/13: "Felton is a a talented combo guard who can get to the rim with ease. He has a good handle and vision, but looks like a natural scorer at this stage. Defensively he must learn to lock in and not take plays off." -Eric Hampford
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6/27/2015 by Jason Pratt – Future150 updates its national ranking. May unveiled many gems in the Class of 2017. Wendell Carter Jr. climbs to the top of the class.
12/30/2014 by Jason Morrow – In a weird turn of events, 2017 guard Jalek Felton announced his verbal commitment to the Tar Heels midday Tuesday during the Beach Ball Classic
7/18/2014 by Eric Hampford – 2016 Milton (GA) PF Chris Lewis had a big performance on Friday evening, solidifying his status as Top 100 prospect in the class...
6/05/2014 by Jason Pratt – After heading to several big events this spring and seeing some of the best talent across the country, it's time to update our 2017 rankings...
2/03/2014 by Jason Pratt – The 2017 class is now more than halfway through their freshman year of high school. What have we learned so far about the talent within the group?
11/11/2013 by Eric Hampford – 2017 wing Jalek Felton is looking to follow in the footsteps of his uncle, New York Knicks point guard Ray Felton.
10/23/2013 by Brian Flinn – This weekend was the Jim Couch Showcase at Baruch College in New York City. Some of the top underclassmen in the nation were in attendance & didn't disappoint.