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Jeremiah Francis

Columbus, OH - 2019

SchoolPickerington Central PositionPoint Guard Height6’3” Weight195 lbs. AAU TeamAll Ohio Red HometownColumbus, OH Class2019
Scouting Report

STRENGTHS

Ball-Handling
Finishing Through Contact
Fundamentally Sound
Lateral Quickness
Mid-Range Shooting
Scoring On All Three Levels
Size For Position
Vocal / Floor General
Ability To Create Plays

NEEDS TO IMPROVE

Agility
Athleticism
Elite Ball-Handling Skills
High Motor
Mid-Range Shooting
Shot Mechanics
Speed
Versatility
Playing Without The Ball

  • Scout’s Notes:

    2019 AAU Nationals Memphis-(July 2, 2014) Francis is a big bodied guard who can do all and efficient while doing it.  He can score on all 3 levels and has elite leadership skills which make him almost unbeatable.  He has great feel for the game and has great court vision while making all of his teammates better. He proved this week that he is the best all around guard in the class.  Might be the most coachable as well.  Love his game. -JPratt

College Projection:

  • Unknown

Complete Rankings:

  • This player is not currently ranked

Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Good
  • Dribbling: Excellent
  • Passing: Excellent
  • Rebounding: Average
  • Intangibles: Good
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College Recruiting - Jeremiah Francis
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Latest News on Jeremiah Francis
2019 SF Kyle Rode, PG Jalen House and PG Jeremiah Francis2019 AAU Nationals Recap Day 2

7/02/2014 by Jason Pratt – The next wave of big-time talent was on display at 2019 AAU Nationals in Memphis on Tuesday. Here were some of the standouts from Day Two.

The New #1 in 2019 is PG Tyger Campbell out of Iowa.A "Tyger" Tops the Updated 2019 National Rankings

6/18/2014 by Jason Pratt – 2019 PG Tyger Campbell sits atop the national rankings for the first time after strong performances on the AAU circuit this spring.

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