The first thing that jumps out about Quickley is his incredible floor vision. Though he doesn’t fit the mold of a true point guard, Quickley has a great ability to see the court and is a more than willing passer. While Quickley can absolutely pass the ball, he also has the ability to really score. As a good athlete with a quick release and a tight handle, Quickley can create space for himself to get off his jumper. Also he is excellent getting to the rim, and as he gets more physically mature he is going to finish through contact very well. Somewhat of a known commodity already, Quickley has attracted interest from schools such as Syracuse, Maryland, Cincinnati, Washington, and others. Also Quickley visited Duke and North Carolina during the dead period in June. After seeing him today Cincinnati quickly offered a full rid scholarship.
Live in AC: Immanuel Quickley
The Live in AC event is always one of the best places to find the top young talent on the East Coast. One player who definitely emerged on Thursday was Baltimore Elite combo guard Immanuel Quickley.
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