Korey Thieleke - 6'5" SG

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Korey Thieleke - 6'5" SG

Post by RiseUP on Mon Mar 29, 2010 1:04 pm

According to scout.com Korey Thieleke gave his verbal to the Pilots on 3/17. They have him as our only 2-star recruit (which includes the most recent, Tim Douglas).

Here is the scout link: http://scouthoops.scout.com/a.z?s=75&p=9&c=8&cfg=bb&toinid=637&yr=2010

ESPN has him undeclared but rated as an 86 (I don't have insider): http://insider.espn.go.com/ncb/recruiting/tracker/player?recruitId=64248&season=2010&action=login&appRedirect=http%3a%2f%2finsider.espn.go.com%2fncb%2frecruiting%2ftracker%2fplayer%3frecruitId%3d64248%26season%3d2010

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Re: Korey Thieleke - 6'5" SG

Post by DTLegend on Mon Mar 29, 2010 2:26 pm

Here is what ESPN says


July, 2009: Thieleke has been flying under the radar for quite some time. He isn't dynamite at any aspect of the game, but he is a solid all-around player. He has a wiry frame and can slash to the basket and he isn't afraid of contact. He excels in transition (one of California's finest track athletes) and never appears to wear down during a game. He plays the lanes very well and anticipates well in the passing lanes. He is a solid spot-up shooter with range out to 19-feet, but the trajectory of his shot is pretty flat. Overall, he needs to continue to refine his shot and improve his handle (doesn't possess the ability to break down an opponent), but he should be a solid prospect for the low to mid-major level.

May, 2008: Theileke is one of the better looking prospects in the Class of 2010. He has a spindly frame with extremely long arms and overall great length for the 2. He has outstanding quickness and speed, and he slides his feet very well on the defensive end. His offensive game needs to develop, particularly his jump shot, although he is a capable shooter out to 15 feet. He has a nice feel for the game; he advanced the ball in transition a number of times without over-handling it, which is rare to see in someone so young. If his skills continue to develop over the next couple of seasons, he should be one of the top perimeter players on the West coast by the time he's a senior.

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