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Matt Beachler

Lowell, MI - 2017

SchoolLowell PositionShooting Guard Height6’3” Weight170 lbs. AAU TeamMichigan Mustangs HometownLowell, MI Class2017
Scouting Report

STRENGTHS

3pt Shooting
Fundamentally Sound
High-Volume Shooting
Making Correct Passes
Mid-Range Shooting
Size For Position
Feel For The Game
Playing Without The Ball

NEEDS TO IMPROVE

Athleticism
Finishing Through Contact
Offensive Rebounding
Slashing Ability

  • Scout’s Notes:

    Beachler is a big time shooter who can catch fire in a hurry. he is also a solid passer who can create off the dribble as well. He is also a high IQ player who rarely takes a bad shot.

College Projection:

  • Mid-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • This player is not currently ranked

Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Excellent
  • Dribbling: Good
  • Passing: Good
  • Rebounding: Average
  • Intangibles: Good
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  • This player is not currently ranked, so similar players aren't available.
College Recruiting - Matt Beachler
School: Interest: Visit: Offer: Status:
CornellCornell Warmer
DepaulDepaul Warmer
MichiganMichigan Warm
Central MichiganCentral Michigan Warm
University of DetroitUniversity of Detroit Warm
LehighLehigh Cold
Kent StateKent State Cold
Northern IllinoisNorthern Illinois Cold
OaklandOakland Cold
University of ToledoUniversity of Toledo Warm
VCUVCU Warm
Michigan StateMichigan State Cold 10/23/2015
NorthwesternNorthwestern Cold
StanfordStanford Cold
Western Michigan UniversityWestern Michigan University Cold
CreightonCreighton Cold
Latest News on Matt Beachler
Beachler will stop by Michigan State FridayMidnight Madness Guests: Michigan State

10/22/2015 by Andrew Force – College hoops has arrived. Which recruits will drop by MSU's first formal practice?

Matt Beachler is one of the best shooters in 20172017 Michigan Sharp Shooter Drawing High-Major Interest

8/11/2015 by Brian Flinn – 2017 SG Matt Beachler has turned in a strong summer, and is now drawing interest from a number of high major programs.

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