DraftExpress NBA Draft Prospect Profile: Chase Jeter, Stats, Comparisons, and Outlook
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DraftExpress: .@usabasketball U18 FIBA Americas roster cut down to 12 today. Chase Jeter Thomas Welsh Antonio Blakeney three final cuts. Starts on 20th.
2014-06-15 10:20:54
DraftExpress: 15 players are now in contention for 12 USAB spots Antonio Blakeney Allonzo Trier Chase Jeter Dwayne Morgan Isaiah Briscoe Jalen Brunson
2014-06-12 13:46:51
Team: Duke, Freshman
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H: 6' 10"
W: 239 lbs
Bday: 09/19/1997
(18 Years Old)
Current: C
NBA:   C
Possible: C
Rank 18 in NCAA Freshmen
RSCI: 11
High School: Bishop Gorman
Hometown: Las Vegas, NV

Predraft Measurements
YearSourceHeight w/o ShoesHeight w/shoesWeightWingspanStanding ReachBody FatNo Step VertMax Vert
2015Hoop Summit6' 9"6' 10"2397' 1.5"9' 2.5"NANANA
2014USA Basketball6' 9"6' 10"2307' 1.5"9' 1.25"NANANA
2014USA Basketball6' 9.75"NA2267' 1"NANANANA
2013USA BasketballNA6' 10"2207' 1.5"9' 1"NANANA

Basic Per Game Statistics - Comprehensive Stats - Statistical Top 25s
2015/16NCAAChase Jeter58. 1.21.866.

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2015 Nike Hoop Summit Video Interview: Chase Jeter
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An interview with elite forward prospect Chase Jeter of the USA Junior National Select Team at the 2015 Nike Hoop Summit.

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2015 Nike Hoop Summit: USA Junior National Select Team Measurements
April 10, 2015
Chase Jeter
Height (w/ shoes): 6-10
Height (w/o shoes): 6-9
Weight: 239
Wingspan: 7-1.5
Standing Reach: 9-2.5

Chase Jeter, as has been the case throughout his career at the youth level, measured out well for a big man. Perhaps the most impressive element of his physical profile is his nearly 240-pound frame, which he's added some 10 pounds to since he was measured by USA Basketball last summer. Jeter, as it stands, is only slightly smaller than Greg Monroe, who measured 6-11 with a 7-2.25 wingspan and a 247-pound frame in 2010. His body, like so many other players on this US team, appears college ready. His standing reach appears to be long enough to see plenty of minutes at the center position certainly at the college level, and even in the NBA.
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adidas Nations Scouting Reports Part 1
August 10, 2014
Jonathan Givony

Recruiting Rankings: Scout #9, 24/7 #19, Rivals #8, ESPN #13

-Good size for a power forward at 6-10 in shoes with a near 7-2 wingspan
-Has a frame that should fill out nicely in time
-Smooth, fluid athlete
-Has the making of a nice skill-level for a player his size
-Can handle the ball a bit and attack his man from the high post
-Uses jump hooks to scores inside with soft touch
-Uses his quickness and skill-level to draw fouls at a nice rate
-Has rebounded extremely well at every level he's played at. Seems to have very good timing to go along with solid length and quickness. 15.7 rebounds per-40 in adidas Gauntlet competition this summer
-Young for his class. Only 16 years old

-Needs to continue to fill out his frame, particularly his lower body
-Lacks a degree of toughness. Lets other big men push him around without offering great resistance
-Smooth, but not overly explosive. Struggles to finish through contact in traffic at times
-Somewhat stuck between the 4 and the 5 defensively
-Struggles to step out on the perimeter and stay low to the ground
-Can't always put a body on some of the stronger centers he encounters
-Needs to continue to add range to his jumper
-Not a consistent free throw shooter
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2014 adidas Nations Interview: Chase Jeter
August 6, 2014

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2014 FIBA U18 Americas Championship: US Scouting Reports
June 25, 2014
Jonathan Givony

-6-10 with a 7-2 wingspan
-Has a nice frame. Looks like he can add a lot more weight
-Solid feel for the game. Made some nice outlet passes
-Opportunistic scorer and rebounder

-Body still filling out. Lack of strength affects him in every facet of the game
-Good, not great athlete. Lacks a degree of explosiveness
-Not the toughest guy around
-Average defender. Struggles to step out and get low on the perimeter. Gets pushed around mercilessly in the post due to lack of lower body strength
-Has a difficult time finishing through contact

Outlook Did not have the most impressive showing. Was cut from the team by coaching staff but then brought back at the last minute when another player was forced to withdraw due to family issue. Still in an early stage of his development. Will likely improve athleticism as body fills out. Needs to figure out how to play harder, tougher on a more consistent basis.
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High School Class of 2015 Scouting Reports
September 6, 2013
Jonathan Givony

Recruiting Rankings: 247: #21, ESPN: #46, Scout: #29, Rivals: #33

-Good size. Very long arms. Big hands. Good shoulders
-Frame that should fill out significantly in time
-Shows a nice skill-level for the development stage he's at
-Good hands
-Solid touch around the basket. Some footwork
-Can make a mid-range jumper
-Can pass out of the post a bit

-Frame is very underdeveloped at this stage
-Struggles defensively. Gets backed down inside the paint. Needs to get stronger and tougher
-Doesn't have much of a post game

Outlook: Developing young big man with some very intriguing attributes. A long ways away at this stage, but has plenty to work with.
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