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  • Shammah Scott - 6'2" PG Class of 2023 Offered

    Shockers have offered this 6'2" guard out of NW Florida State College and Cleveland originally. Other offers include Cleveland State, Weber State, Quinnipiac, Akron, Radford, North Texas, and Kent State.

    Averaged 6.8 points last season at NW Florida on 52% from FG and 48% from three. Also averaged 1.7 rebounds and 1.4 assists.



    https://verbalcommits.com/players/shammah-scott

    https://nwfraiders.com/sports/mbkb/2021-22/bios/scott_shammah_7tlc
    Last edited by MikeKennedyRulZ; July 14, 2022, 11:56 AM.

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    ? ? Must be one heck of a defender

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    • #3
      Or as a FR he was behind a SO that got the bulk of playing time. His shooting percentages look good. At least something you'd think you could work with.

      The video shows a guy with a smooth shot and good balance.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by SubGod22 View Post
        Or as a FR he was behind a SO that got the bulk of playing time. His shooting percentages look good. At least something you'd think you could work with.

        The video shows a guy with a smooth shot and good balance.
        Bingo!

        He was behind Brennan Rigsby (Oregon signee) and Tre Clark (Duquesne signee).

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        • #5
          Originally posted by MikeKennedyRulZ View Post

          Bingo!

          He was behind Brennan Rigsby (Oregon signee) and Tre Clark (Duquesne signee).
          On a team that won the JUCO national championship (coached by Greg Heiar).
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          • #6
            He will be on an official visit starting tomorrow.

            Taylor mentioned that he's a 2023 .. right now .. and hinted that if the fit is right, that could change.
            Last edited by Stickboy46; July 25, 2022, 03:27 PM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Stickboy46 View Post
              He will be on an official visit starting tomorrow.

              Taylor mentioned that he's a 2023 .. right now .. and hinted that if the fit is right, that could change.
              Let's hope he can go to the Aftershocks game on Wednesday night!

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              • #8
                Attendance for the Bleed Green game on Monday was reported at 3,103.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by 1972Shocker View Post
                  Attendance for the Bleed Green game on Monday was reported at 3,103.
                  Tickets tomorrow in GA behind the goals and other upper seats will be $10.00 it was announced. I haven’t read whether this has been mentioned already or not.

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                  • #10
                    Wonder if he made it to the game tonight

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                    • #11


                      Boom! WSU has a backup PG.

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                      • #12

                        Welcome to the Shox!

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                        • #13
                          Coach Pierre found him at the JC invite this summer and offered him essentially on the spot according to TE’s article.

                          Good write up about him from the invite:
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                          Shammah Scott | 6’2″ Guard | Northwest Florida State College | Offers: Akron, Wichita State, North Texas, Radford, Kent State
                          • One of two standout six-foot guards, Shammah Scott had an electric two days in Las Vegas, unleashing an array of pull-up jumpers that ranged anywhere from 15 feet to beyond the college arc. Possessing a super-quick first-step and a low center of gravity, defenders struggled to stay in front of him whether in isolation or in ball-screen settings. The decelerate, gather, rise, and fire process on these PUJ’s looked mechanical at a certain point, and the separation created meant that these looks were rarely heavily contested. Scott’s handle is fluid, yet there is rarely a need for more than a single counter to shake the defender off before creating a downhill advantage. A certain level of craft is on display during these advantages as he understands driving angles, looks comfortable with same-foot-same hand finishes and knows the how and why of using his body to shield against would-be rim protectors. Right now the passing gives the appearance of a commensal, with looks created for others deriving from Scott’s downhill pressure and scoring gravity rather than a more manipulative, symbiotic approach to creation. Size is a limiter of the versatility that can be provided on the defensive end, but he excelled harassing ball-handlers at the point of attack and generated a couple of steals from both stripping the ball and playing in passing lanes, suggesting there may be some upside as an off-ball playmaker.

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                          • #14
                            Sham wow.



                            Hi. I'm Vince.

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                            • #15
                              After I saw the video 2 weeks ago I was hoping and praying this kid would comit. He is the one I wanted. He can flat out play. Can handle the ball and has good balance on his jump shot. Goes to the cup with authority and protects the ball. The Shocks now have 2 guards that have won National Juco Championship with Porter and Scott. Love the leadership of these two young men.

                              Welcome aboard young man. Your coming to a great City and Outstanding University. You have an excellent coach in Brown. Go Shocks.

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