Damarion Geter

25 Aug

Name: Damarion Geter

Height: 6’7
Weight: 175

Position: Power Forward

School: Dunbar
Hometown: Dayton, OH

AAU: All-Ohio Red
Class: 2013

Evaluation: Long and athletic forward that has the potential to be a skilled combo forward a la a Lamar Odom type. When he plays with energy he is excellent by rebounding, blocking shots, getting out in transition, and taking the ball to the basket. Has nice beginnings of a jumpshot with soft touch inside of 15 feet. Damarion is a really good leaper who can finish inside over defenders and is getting better at facing up and using the bounce to attack.

Bottom Line: Geter has some serious potential but still has a long way to go in his development. He has the tools to become a mid-major Division I recruit but has to learn how to use them to be as productive as possible.

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  1. 2013 Prospect Database « Triple Double Prospects - August 25, 2011

    […] Geter, Damarion          PF          Dunbar          Dayton, OH […]

  2. 2014 Ohio Player Rankings « - September 12, 2011

    […] Cleveland Benedictine 4. Evan Bradds- Jamestown Greenview 5. DeMonte Flannigan- Cleveland VASJ 6. Damarion Geter- Dayton Dunbar 7. Deontae Cole- Toledo Central Catholic 8. Trent Donald- Winton Woods 9. Trey […]

  3. 2013 Ohio Player Rankings « - September 12, 2011

    […] Cleveland Benedictine 4. Evan Bradds- Jamestown Greenview 5. DeMonte Flannigan- Cleveland VASJ 6. Damarion Geter- Dayton Dunbar 7. Deontae Cole- Toledo Central Catholic 8. Trent Donald- Winton Woods 9. Trey […]

  4. Dayton 2013 Player Rankings « - October 4, 2011

    […] Jaaron Simmons- PG Kettering Alter 2. Damarion Geter- SF/PF Dunbar 3. Evan Bradds- SF/PF Jamestown Greenview 4. Edmond “Junior” Early- PG Thurgood […]

  5. Nike All-Ohio City Series Finals Recap « - October 31, 2011

    […] Damarion Geter – Dayton Dunbar – A 6’7 forward with good bounce, Geter was aggressive and matched the physical style of the tournament, which was good to see from the thin-framed prospect. He finished at the rim and made plays on offense and defense with his athleticism. He can alter a lot of shots when he’s playing with a high-motor as he did this weekend. […]

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