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Bobcat 2011 recruit Jehvon Clarke


CLARKeI have heard that brad Huse and his Bobcat basketball staff are recruiting 2011 prospect Jehvon Clarke of Timken high school in Canton Ohio. Clarke is a 6-2 combo guard who can score the ball in a variety of way. He really improved his stock this summer and is receiving a lot of attention right now.

He was named to the Honorable Mention 2008-09 Associated Press NE Inland All-District basketball team.

Here is ESPN eval. from last year

June, 2008: Clarke is a talented young player who must learn to make the most out of his abilities. He can score in a variety of ways as he gets to the rim, is a consistent shooter off the dribble in the mid-range area, and can make shots from behind the three-point line. His struggles are due to the fact that he settles for bad shots instead of using his versatility to take what the defense gives him. This is most apparent in the mid-range area where he will often take off-balance pull-ups or fade-aways, instead of playing off of two feet where he is very aggressive. He has a pretty filled out physique that indicates he may be done growing. If this is the case he will need to improve his decision making and ability to run the team so he can play the point guard position consistently.

Here is what Evan Daniels of Scout.com had to say this summer

Jehvon Clarke, SG/PG, Ohio Basketball Club 15’s – In the first half, OBC’s contest with Impact was fairly close, but that was before Clarke began teeing them up with three-pointers. Clarke, a 6-foot-1 guard, has a good-looking shot, can get to the rim and proved to be a solid passer. He scored 16 point against Impact.

Ohio U., Akron, Cleveland St., Wichita St, George Mason, Miami of Ohio, Marquette Bradley, LaSalle, Montana State, and Wisconsin are all showing interest in Clarke

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