Hunter Ladler



High School:
Atlantic Shores Christian School (Chesapeake VA)

Interest from Catawba, Pfeiffer University, Lincoln Memorial, Newberry College, Queens University of Charlotte, University of Charleston


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From NC Phenom 150 Camp:
Hunter Ladler – #145/ 6’2 – Atlantic Shores (VA) (2016)
Hunter has a great body for a great guard or combo guard. Some dedication in body work drills will make him a Division I or Division II starting point guard. He is a great team player and looks for his teammates in the open court. He just can make plays for himself. Court vision and moving without the ball is a big part of his game. He can hurt you with his dribble drive and open shooting as well. Hunter looks good and with condition dedication, he will make a coach very happy. His ability to dribble into the paint really showed on the court and was one of his strong points, while also hurting opponents when he was shooting off the dribble. This young man was able to create for himself offensively and now just needs to focus on the little things to become overall a good guard.

HS Coach Evaluation:
Hunter is a high character guy with great leadership skills. He’s fundamentally sound and has a good understanding of the game. He makes the right play and can facilitate or score when needed. He’s a much improve 3-point shooter and he’s continuing to improve his ability to attack and finish in traffic. Defensively he will always take the opposing teams best guard. He takes pride in his ability to shut down opponents. He’s a guy who will make the team better just by him being present. – Coach Bryan LaRussa, Asst. Coach Atlantic Shores Christian School

Coach Frank says:
Hunter is a physical guard who combines solid playmaking skills and the ability to run an offense with very good wing skills and shooting ability. A paint getter who can finish at the rim, Ladler can also hit the pull up jumper and scores at a high percentage to 18 feet but can hit the three pointer with respectable consistency. At 6’2, 190 Ladler can muscle many guards but is a capable enough playmaker to negotiate his way into the paint where his very good passing skills, court vision and ability to score at the rim or in the paint cause problems for defenses. He is a savvy guard, smart and has a strong understanding of the game, finding mismatches, when to attack, etc. He is also a strong floor leader and an energy guy teammates feed off of. Hunter Ladler makes his teammates better!

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