Each and every time Phenom Hoop Report gets to report or sees a commitment from a player we have seen over the years, it is always a fantastic day.  It is great to see players achieve their goal to play at the next level and it is such a great accomplishment for that player.

Here is the latest commitment.

Player: Jabare Perry
Class: 2022
Committed to: Catawba

What Was Said by Phenom Hoops:

“Perry is another highly skilled post prospect who looks equally comfortable when setting up on the block or spotting-up along the perimeter. He’s long, strong, and fairly athletic, but also causes matchup problems by being more mobile than majority of his assignments. Perry simply provides a steady presence on both ends of the floor. He’s comfortable at altering shots around the basket, but can also hedge a ball-screen and move effectively in space. Like his teammate above, he’s skilled enough to set up others, score in numerous ways, and exploit matchup problems with consistency. Perry plays hard, finds opportunities within the flow of the action, and rebounds the ball at a suitable rate on both ends of the floor. He should have more offers as someone who could be an early contributor for various programs.” – Jeff Bendel

“Perry seems to continue to put in the work with his frame. The forward though runs well on both ends, gets on the boards, strong on the defensive end, and finishes tough in the paint. He is a strong and mobile presence down low.” – Patrick O’Brien

“A three-level scorer,” Perry said about his game.  “My main mindset is to win and always rebound and defend for my teammates.  I do whatever it takes to win to get the job done.  When I do those two things, then the points come along the way.  The areas that I’ve been able to accomplish with my game is shooting, rebounding, defense, and tough finishes around the basket. But the things I’m looking to improve more on is dribbling and flashing to the open areas on the offensive side.” – Perry in 2021 about his game

“Although this squad has a variety of useful interior pieces, but Perry continually stands out as a leader from inside the paint. He’s big, strong, mobile, and finishes nearly everything he attempts around the basket. Perry utilizes his sturdy frame to absorb contact, carry his weight as a rebounder, and alter shots defensively. He ran the floor very well in transition, operated within the team concept at all times, and simply offered a consistent presence for this group.”