MSE Scouting Report: Jerron Love

Jerron Love takes flight to watch the Mc Donalds All-American game held at United Center in Chicago.  He gets to work out with Coach Nick Irving of Mac Fire AAU club and assistant Coach Dexter Young of Chicago State.

While in the Midwest, Love meets Tim Grover CEO of Attack Athletics, who trained Michael Jordan.  Now, Grover trains NBA All Star Dwyane Wade.

“Jerron shouldn’t be lifting any weights,” Grover reiterated, as he unlocked the gym doors and switched on the lights.

April 22nd, Love takes his game to the west coast.  He received a call from coach Cody Castleman of  Team Odom 17u in California to play AAU this spring and summer.

“I looked at the kid and it’s a no brainer.  Rankings and middle school rankings mean nothing.  Lottery pick Derrick Williams wasn’t in the top 150, as he played AAU along side Jordan Hamilton.  Jerron’s concern should be getting better and being the best he could be,” Cody said.

Jerron will also visit his cousin Faizon Love in Los Angelos.

Subsequently, Jerron was offered to attend, Joe Abunassar Impact Academy prep school in Las Vegas.  Joe said he’ll be “court side to watch Team Odom” take the floor in Cali.

“Abunassar, the world’s top basketball trainer and Trainer to the pros” said , “I’ll give Jerron the proper nutrition and we’ll train eight days a week.”

“He could be pro ready with a NBA body in four to five years.”  Joe also said his private school has only 40 students and classes conclude 1:30 pm.  “Our academics is great and so is room and board.”

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  1. Craig Montgomery says:

    Great job Jerron keep up the hard work! Maybe we can catch up with you when you are here in Cali!

  2. Ryan Mendez says:

    It’s great to see all the doors opening for Jerron. Keep up the hard work and best of luck in the future.

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