Jordan Hosey of Pearland, Texas chose Texas during her junior year of high school. The 6-foot-2 power forward brings a diverse game to the Austin-based Big 12 program. Here is what the Longhorn faithful can expect when Hosey arrives next fall:
Jordan Hosey – Manvel HS (Pearland, Texas) — 2015
Position: Power Forward
Club Team: Cy-Fair
ProspectsNation.com Grade: 4 star plus
Committed College: Texas
3/5/14 – Texas HS Semis (Austin, Texas) – Brandon Clay
Hosey is taking the step that we projected she would take as a freshman. Sitting with her Cy-Fair club coach, Katie Hensle, we watched Hosey showcase herself as an extremely high essay on my parents wedding anniversary level utility option at the power forward and the type of player who helps teams win conference titles. She is a shot changer with her length and a legit option in the transition/uptempo game on either end.
7/12/13 – The Battle of the ‘Boro (Franklin,Tenn.) – Jonathan Hemingway I was impressed with Hosey this weekend. She was posting & scoring with her back to the basket. She showed a nice shoulder fake and turned middle. She doesn’t have the perimeter skill to be a true 3 & honestly I don’t think she should. She should stick to being a 4 player & focus on being inside-out mismatch problem – like she was today.
11/17/12 – Texas Invitational (Houston, Texas) – Brandon Clay
See her as essay on my pet for class 5 a 4 skill wise right now. Has problems being effective outside of 12 feet. So athletic in the open floor that I’d like to see her show 3 skill. Just not there yet.
5/12/12 – Nike Skills (Dallas, Texas) – Jonathan Hemingway
Hosey is a space eater who covers ground and blocks shots. In that way, she has lots of tools even handling on the wing. She distributes and drives though her shot is not consistent. Can she be a smooth forward threat like Scottie Pippen?
7-19-11 – Basketball in the Bayou (New Orleans, Louisiana – Keil Moore
Had a good showing here. Like what she brings to the table athletically. Has to continue to develop her skill set. Facing the basket as well as essay on computer my friend playing with her back to the basket.
5/29/11 – Midwest Showdown (Cincinnati, Ohio) – Brandon Clay
She played a big wing this weekend with Hearn and McCowan on the block. Her game is passive at times though she has the tools. She is still developing a true perimeter game. Honey showed here that she can get in the lane and bang. She has both a soft touch and nice release point. She goes hard right off the bounce almost exclusively right now.
3-28-11 – March Fest (Dallas, Texas) – Keil Moore
Hosey is an athlete who plays with toughness and physicality around the basket. She demands the ball on the offensive side of the floor and can score it when she gets it. doric order essay One of those kids you want to take into battle with you.
5-1-10 – Nike Skills (Houston, Texas) – Keil Moore
She is a combo forward at this point who has some perimeter skill but not there yet. Hosey possesses a ton of upside and played her MS basketball this year with Brianna Turner (TX-14). In that regard, Hosey is a potential top 10 type talent.
Brandon Clay is the owner of the JumpOffPlus.com International Report, Peach State Basketball, Inc., and ProspectsNation.com. The JumpOffPlus.com is picked up by more than 200 colleges and universities nationwide. He serves as the Executive Camp Director for the Elite Basketball Academy Camps. Clay has been involved in the community since 2001. You can reach him at BrandonClay@PeachStateBasketball.com