Post by fridaynightlights on Jul 23, 2020 18:01:38 GMT -8
Here it is from July 21st on the Arizona 24/7 site
Name: Ben Gregg
Position: Power forward
High School: Clackamas (Ore.)
Ranking: Four-star; 61st overall, 15th power forward, 2nd in Oregon
Offers: Arizona, Oregon, Oregon State, California, Texas, Texas Tech, USC, Virginia Tech, Washington State
Scouting Report: "Gregg’s two biggest strengths are quite clear – he is a very good shooter and passer," 247Sports National Recruiting Analyst Josh Gershon writes. "The four-star prospect has a smooth stroke and is a consistent shooter off the catch from the perimeter, which is a huge weapon given his size.
"He also can put the ball on the ground well for his size and once he does, he is especially efficient at hitting one or two dribble pull-ups. Gregg has also made progress finishing off the dribble with both hands and posting up.
"Gregg’s vision is outstanding and he does a very good job finding cutters from the perimeter; he puts a lot of pressure on the defense with his ability to both shoot and pass.
"While Gregg can play either the three or four on offense, finding a true position to defend and improving his consistent production defensively will be key areas of his development moving forward."
Recruitment: Gregg claims he is focusing on a variety of schools, but it would be a surprise if he does not choose either Arizona or Oregon. The Ducks have the location advantage and Gregg has also been working out with former Duck Payton Pritchard and former Oregon State Beaver Tres Tinkle.
Arizona assistant Danny Peters has done a nice job here and the Wildcats are being aggressive. It won't be easy, but it also makes sense not to write off the Wildcats because Arizona is putting forward a strong pitch.
He said it: "“I’ve talked to my parents about this and I’m not totally sure when I’ll make that decision. I’m not going to wait longer than I need to, but I need to find a school that is the best for me for the next four years and where it can set a path for me into sports in my post career.”