Drew Timme has established himself as one of the most versatile and skilled bigs in the 2019 class. Hit the jump for Drew’s summer visit plans and his thoughts on his play this Spring.

Playing at the very highest level of AAU competition on the EYBL circuit, Drew Timme has been a standout this Spring for Pro Skills. The 6’10 sophomore is averaging better than 12  points, 8 rebounds and a block per game while playing up a year in the 17u division.

“I feel like I did good this Spring and showcased my ability to do it all. Playing against the best of the best made me get better.”

A fluid forward with the versatility to score with his back to the basket or facing up and attacking off the dribble, Drew is a matchup nightmare for the opposition.

“Being able to play inside and out is my biggest strength. Just being a mismatch problem, off pick and rolls and my ability to push the ball and create for others.”

High major programs have taken notice, as Timme holds offers from Texas A&M, Oklahoma, TCU, Oklahoma State, Creighton, Purdue, SMU, Texas Tech and Tulsa.

In addition to the aforementioned offers, Memphis, Michigan State, Texas, Baylor and Illinois are showing interest Drew tells Endless Motor.

While Timme is in no rush with his recruitment, he does have a few visits lined up this Summer.

“Purdue, Texas Tech, and Texas as of right now,” said Drew.

On the court, Timme wants to continue developing his agility and rounding out his game for the remainder of the Summer.

“I want to improve my perimeter defense and continue to expand my game.”

Drew is one of the more under-appreciated forwards in the country for the 2019 class. His combination of size, skill, athleticism and feel make him one of the very best sophomores we’ve viewed in 2017.