Each and every time Phenom Hoops 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: Andrew Schrage
Committed to: Capital University
What Was Said by Phenom Hoops:
“Given our countless viewings of Schrage, his steady progression over the last twelve months should’ve been somewhat expected. He’s a scrappy, fairly unselfish guard prospect with the ability to initiate the offense or play alongside another primary ball-handler. Schrage prefers to attack but can shoot the ball at a respectable percentage (despite his unorthodox mechanics). He’s a solid passer and active defender with the ability to outwork opponents for extra opportunities.”
“Schrage has clearly made strides as a playmaker and overall scorer, and seems to stand out on a nightly basis for this NC Spartans group. He handles the ball with care, locates the best available option, and makes the corresponding pass. Schrage is a quality decision-maker with the blend of craftiness, vision, and scoring prowess to keep opponents on their toes. He’s simply blossomed into an excellent two-way floor general, and should only continue trending upward over the next calendar year.”
“Arguably the most improved player on the roster, Schrage continues to get better and better with each passing month. He’s continued to hone his feel and instincts as a point guard, specifically as a playmaker and overall leader. Schrage does a great job of touching the paint, forcing the defense to collapse, and making the correct read. He displays nice IQ, an active motor, and a rugged defensive presence. Schrage also rebounds well for his size and shoots the ball at a respectable percentage.”
“Although already worthy, Schrage has only elevated his game following the departure of two vital teammates. He’s a tough, scrappy, well-rounded point guard prospect who can run a team, apply scoring pressure, and outwork his assignment on defense. Schrage knocks down jumpers at a quality percentage despite an unorthodox release, and plays well through contact on both ends of the floor. He also possesses IQ, toughness, unselfishness, and a high motor. The work is evident, as Schrage continues to get better and better.”
“The Villains opened their day with a huge matchup against a noteworthy opponent, and Schrage was arguably their best player from start to finish. He’s a tough, scrappy, steadily developing point guard prospect who seems to get better with each viewing. Schrage attacks the basket well and finishes or makes the proper pass to an open teammate. He possesses unorthodox shooting mechanics, but can hit jumpers at a respectable clip. Schrage is a gamer who simply competes.”