Player: Jeremy Gregory
Height: 6’6
Eligibility: 3 years
School: East Tennessee State 

As a freshman, Gregory averaged 1.4 points, 1.7 rebounds, 0.2 assists, and 0.2 blocks per game, making an appearance in 10 games this past season.

Phenom Hoops Has Said:

“Jeremy Gregory is the epitome of productivity. He quietly goes about his work each and every game. Whether it is for his high school team, North Mecklenburg, or for Team Charlotte, his travel ball team. Gregory is the type of player that plays well within the framework of the game. He has the ability to post up or step out and hit the mid-range jumper or occasionally knock down a 3-pointer.”

“Consistency has always been Jeremy Gregory’s calling card, and that’s exactly what he should bring to Oak Hill. Given everything he accomplished at North Mecklenburg, it’s only fitting for the strong, sturdy, polished post prospect to set his sights on a new challenge. Gregory possesses touch, footwork, and a terrific understanding of his interior abilities. He utilizes his body well to carve out space for post position and as a two-way rebounder. Gregory has nice length, finishes effectively around the basket, and doesn’t try to do too much as an offensive cog. He should fill a useful role for the Warriors.”

“The two things that really seem to contribute to his on-court success are the way he embraces his identity paired with Team Charlotte’s willingness to supply him with touches. Gregory utilizes his body exceptionally well to seal off defenders, set up deep in the paint, and finish around the basket. He possesses great hands, footwork, and strength, which allows him to dominate various types of interior opponents. As effectively as he scored the ball, Gregory’s rebounding was arguably even more impressive—specifically on the offensive end. He consistently secured second and third-chance opportunities, and frequently capitalized with points. Gregory runs the floor well in transition, produces within the flow of the action, and never wavers from his straightforward approach. It’s easy to see why programs continue getting involved.”

“You don’t see too many big men that have the hands like Jeremy Gregory. He has some of the biggest hands with the softest touch, which he uses very well in getting the ball on the rim. You can see that he has continued to work on his conditioning and feel on the court.”'s=20
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