An under the radar junior that college coaches will want to check out this spring is Jeremy Harrington who will be playing with Team Rose. The 6’6” wing has continued to get better and better this season to be a key piece in helping Curie High School get to 24-6 currently. The junior is putting up a big stat line with 14.1 points, 7.6 rebounds, and 1.7 steals per game all while shooting just under 60% from the field. 

When asked to describe his game, Harrington said “jack of all trades. I can do anything offensively posting up, shoot threes, mid-range, pass, create my own.” A couple of NBA players he compares aspects of his game to are Kawhi Leonard with his ability to shoot right over defenders as well as PJ Tucker with his defensive ability to match up with taller players. 

With his strength, motor, and agility, not only can he match up with big men effectively but wings as well. His offensive skill set has only continued to improve over the past year. He is a very effective shooter from the outside hitting 45% of his threes this season as well to being extremely tough to stop scoring around the paint. With all of his tools, Harrington is also very effective on the boards.  

With the Illinois State Tournament coming up, Harrington is not only looking towards winning it all but getting revenge on teams they have lost to this season. Harrington and Curie will get started in the tournament on Wednesday versus Downers Grove South as the number two seed in the Proviso West Sectional.