‘Son of Tae Jong Moon’ Jareen Stephenson commits to NCAA powerhouse Alabama—Aims to make NBA debut

Jalyn Stevenson (18, 208 cm) has committed to NCAA powerhouse Alabama.

“Five-star recruit Jarryn Stevenson has committed to the University of Alabama,” ESPN reported on Wednesday. 메이저놀이터The one-and-a-half year old will be wearing an Alabama uniform from the upcoming season.

Known to South Korean fans as Moon Tae-jong’s second son, Jae-lin Stevenson has inherited his father’s talent. At 6-foot-8, he has good size and can play the forward position. Currently enrolled at Chippewa State, he is ranked 13th in the 2024 class and is considered the No. 1 power forward in the country. In the most recent Nike EYBL, he averaged 12.8 points and 5.3 rebounds in 16 games.

ESPN says of Jarryn Stevenson, “He’s lean, long, has height and skill. She’s shown growth in recent games. She’s definitely a force under the basket. Her versatility is also a plus. His 19.5% three-point shooting percentage in the Nike EYBL needs work. He also needs to put on some weight.”

Jalyn Stevenson was recruited by North Carolina and Virginia, but chose Alabama. Alabama is currently in need of a big man. With Brandon Miller, Noah Clowney, and Charles Bediako all expected to be selected in the NBA Draft on June 23, there will be plenty of opportunities for Jalen Stevenson.메이저사이트주소

As he told ESPN, “Alabama has a lot of great players and a great facility. I like Alabama’s NBA-style offense. Coach Nate Oates is really into analytics. He makes decisions based on probabilities. I really like that. Numbers don’t lie.”

Alabama is ranked No. 18 in ESPN’s latest Way-Too-Early Top 25. Jarryn Stevenson is likely to use his Alabama career to break into the NBA.

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