Duke Blue Devils Commit Tyus Jones’ Little Brother Tre Jones Can Ball a Little Bit
Top five ESPN point guard Tyus Jones recently committed to the Duke Blue Devils, but he still has some business to take care of in high school. He will be aiming at a second state title this season, and he has been practicing plenty in anticipation of the games to come. The young man’s game has been on full display and have to say have been seriously impressed by the few brief glimpses have seen in the last few months.
He balled at a scrimmage with his little brother Tre Jones, and I was impressed by the littler Jones who it must be said is obviously not quite as good as Tyus yet. Thanks to Iowa Elites for tweeting this below.
— Iowa Elites (@IowaElites) November 24, 2013
Tyus is still much more impressive as a player right now which is to be expeceted, but the younger Jones has a nice floater in the lane and that seems to be coming along nicely. That highlight reel did not have a lot of Tre passing and handling, and his older brother’s decision making is on full display. Tre should continue to watch tape of his older brother though and maybe one day that young man can secure himself a college scholarship himself.
You can bet that we will keep you posted here at Rant Sports Prep on Apple Valley’s progress towards a potential second state title.
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