Updated on 4/2/21. Written by Alan Lu.
Classification: Sixth-Year Senior
Projected Draft Range: 2nd Round to Undrafted
Solid shooter, especially from deep
Terrific free throw shooter
Moves fairly well off the ball on offense
Above average athlete
Struggles to get all the way to the basket
Does not draw enough free throws
Needs to improve his passing ability
May struggle to guard quicker players
Not an elite athlete
Jeriah Horne is a skilled sharpshooter that excels at knocking down jumpers to provide floor spacing for his team on offense. He is a very good shooter, especially from beyond the arc, and he also can score on mid-range jumpers, as well as in the post.
While he is not likely to be drafted this year, he is playing on a good college basketball team this year. His jump shot could be his pathway to the NBA, especially if he can show that he can consistently and efficiently knock down shots at higher levels. Recently, Horne decided to transfer back to Tulsa, and next year, he will be a sixth-year senior in college basketball for the 2021-22 season.
Colorado Basketball Bio
247Sports’ Article on Horne Transferring Back to Tulsa
12/31/20 Colorado vs. USC
2/25/21 Colorado vs. USC
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