Chase Jeter

#13 player Class of 2015

6’10 225 pound PF

Bishop Gorman HS (NV)/ Dream Vision (AAU)


Q1. Engelhardt: What schools are currently recruiting you the hardest?

A1. Jeter: Arizona, UCLA, Duke, Oregon, UNLV, Kansas


Q2. Engelhardt:  When making a decision what do you look for most in a school?

A2. Jeter: Basically I’m just looking for a place where I feel is the right spot for me and where I have the opportunities to get better and to truly progress as a player.


Q3. Engelhardt: What do you consider to be the strengths of your game?

A3. Jeter: My offensive skill set and versatility. I’m a high motor player and do a great job running the floor, getting blocks and offensive/defensive rebounds.


Q4. Engelhardt: Before playing on the next level, what part of your game do you need to work on the most?

A4. Jeter: I definitely need to work on my overall body strength.


Q5. Engelhardt: What current/former NBA player do you model your game after?

A5. Jeter: Tim Duncan and Hakeem Olajuwon.  Their skill and footwork in the post are incredible.  Also I work on a lot of things from the wing (Kevin Durant) so if I ever get the opportunity to play wing in college or the next level I will already have that foundation.


Q6. Engelhardt: Are there any current High School players you could see yourself/want to play with in college?

A6. Jeter: I watched Brandon Ingram play earlier today and I really liked his game.  I also like playing with Tyler Dorsey and Ray Smith from my AAU team.  I haven’t spoken with anyone in my class about going to the same school though.


Q7. Engelhardt: Have you gotten advice from any former teammates about how to handle your decision, if so who?

A7. Jeter: Honestly I haven’t heard much advice from former teammates.


Q8.  Engelhardt: What type of drills do you find most beneficial to your game?

A8. Jeter:  Most of my workouts with my trainers incorporate ball handling, mid range jump shots, jump hooks and counter post moves and drills to help with my explosion; all of them have done well for me this far so I plan on continuing to do that and whatever else we feel I can improve on, which is a beautiful thing because there is always room for growth.


Q9. Engelhardt:  To every recruit there obviously is a lot of appeal to being recruited by/attending Duke, but what do you like most about Duke?

A9. Jeter:  I love the atmosphere of Cameron Indoor and the fan base along with the idea of playing for a strong coach like Coach K is appealing.


Q10. Engelhardt:  Do you have any timetable on your decision?

A10. Jeter: I plan to decide sometime before July most likely.