The state of Texas has seen it share of guards and wings over the past few years, but 2019 F Drew Timme has made a lot of noise on the hardwood and is getting consideration for being the top player in the state.  He has the unique skill set of channeling old school comparisons like that of former Duke standout Christian Laettner, while being versatile enough to play multiple positions on the floor in todays game.  The Pearce High School standout just outside of Dallas, has his team off to a great start and he seems to be getting better over each game.  

Standing at 6’10 and 215 pounds Timme is a dominant force on the offensive end.  He is very crafty around the basket and uses his body to overpower smaller defenders.  He has a high motor and a above average IQ for his age.  His passing skills and court vision may be his best attributes as he is able to find open teammates from the top of the key, or by getting the break started off a rebound with his outlet passing.  He finishes at the rim strong and can get it done with either hand around the basketball, as well as put it on the floor and make plays with his superb ball handling skills for his size.  

Still improving on his range, he has worked to shoot basketball from distance on a more consistent basis as well as step out beyond the arc and knock down the three balls.  Defensively he is a true leader for his team.  He is vocal and active and can guard multiple positions on the floor.  He is an excellent rebounder and shot blocker and understands not to commit fouls by saying sound within his defensive principles.  He has great techniques in terms of boxing out and securing defensive rebounds, all while possessing the ability to put it on the floor and start the break when it is called for.  His play thus far has had schools from all of the country taking notice and making him their top priority for the 2019 recruiting class.  

Last spring and summer he had a solid outing in the Nike EYBL where he played with a talented Texas Pro Skills 17u group.  He was able to gain offers from Baylor, Creighton, Gonzaga, Illinois, Kansas State, Oklahoma State, Purdue, SMU, TCU, Texas Tech, Tulsa, USC, and Utah State.  He has of late gained the interest from the likes of Kansas, Michigan State, Oklahoma, Texas, and Wake Forest.  This list should only continue to grow as we head into the travel season and Timme continues to improve on his all-around game and skill set.