Nate Fowler spends his AAU season playing alongside 2015 Michigan shooting guard target Luke Kennard. But during the high school season at Cincinnati Moeller, Fowler plays on one of the most disciplined and hardest working teams in the state of Ohio. Fowler's game isn't full of flash -- instead, it's full of versatility and a tremendous feel for the game on both ends of the floor. Fowler, at 6'9, has a great understanding of when and how to use his body to gain an advantage for himself and his teammates. With the ability to finish with nice touch inside, utilizing his long arms, Fowler also has a propensity to knock down a mid-range jumper if left open on a pick and pop. Fowler has a game that would make old school, scrappy, hardworking big men proud, and he undoubtedly has a future playing the Big Ten's style of play.
Below are highlights of Fowler in action against Middletown high school in December.
Highlights: 2015 C Nate Fowler
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