Profile: Monsignor Farrell's James Hett

Reporter Mike Sullivan examines the game of James Hett ...

PROFILE: James Hett

HEIGHT: 6-foot

HEIGHT: 170 Pounds

POSITION: Lead Guard/Shooting Guard

HIGH SCHOOL: Monsignor Farrell (Staten Island, New York)

HIGH SCHOOL HEAD COACH: Bob Besignano (12th Season)

HIGH SCHOOL ASSISTANT COACHES: Steve Rossiter, Dan Melious

CLASS: 2007, Senior

BRIAN TOWEY'S VIEW OF JAMES HETT'S INDIVIDUAL GAME: James is a pass-first point guard, Hett is an efficient player who can run a team and distribute the ball. He rates high for his toughness, heart, and leadership abilities. Farrell's teams have had great success with Hett at the helm; he is a player who knows how to win.

MIKE SULLIVAN'S VIEW OF JAMES HETT'S INDIVIDUAL GAME: While Hett may be a pass first, shoot second guard, he has demonstrated to me that he is willing to score big baskets in a timely fashion. Hett had a great game against Molloy last week in the first round of the CHSAA playoffs. Hett finished the game with 23 points.

AAU TEAM: He travelled last summer with the Jersey Shore Warriors. The Warriors competed at the Summer Classic East at Fairleigh Dickinson University from July 11-12 as well as the Best of Summer tourney in California.

*Hett competed for the New York City scholastic team at the Empire State games.


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