Scouting Video: Zak Irvin scores 28 points versus Bowman Academy


Here’s scouting footage of 2013 Michigan commitment Zak Irvin in Hamilton Southeastern’s 84-72 win over Bowman Academy. Irvin had 28 points in the victory including 23 in the second half.

You can also watch video interviews with Irvin and his prep coach along with detailed scouting notes from our post last week.

  • anton

    Get that kid in the weight room and he is going to be a heck of a player down the road.

  • Suavdaddy

    Ridiculous stroke.  Going to be a shooter.

  • mountain52

    6’7? I guess he has been growing. Is he still growing and if so would he still be a 3 in our offense?

    • Michigan4

      Yes, he is 6’7″ and he is actually still growing.  At this point I would view him more as a 2 guard than a 3.  He has a pretty good handle and a fantastic jump shot.  He is also developing a mid range game as he tries to improve his play as a whole.  I definitely think he could play the 3, but IMHO he is more of a shooting guard than a small forward, at least at this point in time.  Regardless, the kid is a stud and I expect him to have a phenominal senior year after Gary Harris heads to MSU.

  • Michigan4

    Glenn Robinson III scored 26 in Lake Central’s 60-59 win over East Chicago Central.  With his team trailing by 11 in the third quarter, Robinson took over the game and almost single-handedly willed his team to their 15th win of the season.  Robinson’s name now must be mentioned in any Indiana Mr. Basketball talk, with the likes of Yogi Ferrell, Gary Harris, and Kellen Dunham.

    Also, Mitch McGary had his 3rd straight double-double (13 points, 14 rebounds) in Brewster’s 82-67 win over St. John’s Academy.  Yet again, almost all of McGary’s points came off of offensive rebounds.  Brewster improved to 22-0 on the season.