One of the bigger breakout stars this season in Southern Indiana has been junior Jahni Summers. Summers is a 6’5” wing at Evansville Harrison High School. During the regular season Summers averaged 17.4 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 2.6 assists per game to help Harrison to a 11-8 record. 

Summers is a long and athletic wing. He is a skilled slasher that is good in space and is able to get to the rim and finish strong there. As well to having the ability to create his own shot in the mid-range. One aspect of his game he would like to improve upon is his three-point shooting. He has shot 31% on the year from beyond the arc, but is looking to become a more consistent shooter from deep.

With all of his abilities, Summers has started to garner the attention of some college coaches. At this point, a few division one and two programs have been in contact with him. “I am very coachable and I am willing to put in however much work is needed to be the best player I can be…I am an academic scholar as well with a 3.7 GPA,” Summers stated on why a college should recruit him. 

Summers and Harrison High School will get started in the Indiana State Tournament on Friday against Evansville Central High School. In the tournament, Summers is looking to take it one game at a time and win sectionals. 

College coaches can check out Summer this spring playing with the George Hill All Indy program.