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'21 CO PG Julian Hammond (SIGNED to COLORADO)


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Cherry Creek HS (Englewood, CO)

AAU: Billups Elite

Twitter: https://twitter.com/JulianHammond15

Ht: 6'2"
Wt: 180

247s rating: 3* - 88 grade; #23 CG
ESPN rating:
Rivals rating: 3*; unranked PG

247sports Composite: 3* / 0.8779 rating / #27 CG / #231 overall

Reported Offers: COLORADO, Denver, Northern Colorado, Wyoming


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3* - 81 QB recruit also from 247.

Interesting article about athletes in the family here.
His parents, Julian II and Ruby, each played at Loyola Marymount. Hammond's grandfather, the original Julian, averaged over 10 points per game for the ABA's Denver Rockets (now the Denver Nuggets of the NBA).
He was a first-team all-state selection for the 5A football and boys basketball games, the only player to receive such honors last year.
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Scrappy player, grabbing rebounds, blocking shots, hustling. I like it!

Also, please tell me B. Lewis is a stud baller as well. Quite a talented group of young qbs (if this kid becomes a 2 sport athlete as well.)

Darth Snow

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Certainly looks like he's not moving all that fast, but still glides past people. Not bouncy, but nice body control

Hunchback Quaker

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He is getting recruited for shooting, but everything else is still there. Seems like he is getting recruited to be what Shane Gatling was


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Like this kid, should be able to spell Barthelmy minutes early in his career which is what Kin has been missing, then can hopefully develop into a starter type role. Good program player, seems like a hard worker and motivated.

Darth Snow

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Tad stays true to his principles. When there's an in-state player he can win with, he makes sure that player ends up in the Black & Gold. Track record is good, so I'm on board.
It's good short and long term. Tad needs guys to provide the emotional foundation for the identity of this team. That's always had a strong pillar of colorado kids.


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The other benefit with Colorado kids is they usually stay. There has been very minimal attrition of Colorado kids. Daylen might be the only one that's not a walk on that's left before they've graduated. Which is very rare in today's day and age and helps you maintain culture within a program. Even if they end up being role players it's always a win in my eyes.


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Nice article on his football accomplishments (not being a big prep sport follower, I didn't even know he's been Cherry Creek's starting QB for 2 state championship teams) and his looking forward to his senior basketball season, along with quotes from his coach. (Per the article, Creek basketball is scheduled to start it's (pandemic shortened) 14 game schedule on Jan. 25th).

Direct link to article - https://bvmsports.com/2021/01/11/tw...-iii-shoots-for-first-basketball-state-title/