The Alabama men’s basketball program continues to receive good news on and off the court. Recently, 2025 combo guard Jeremiah Fears narrowed his list of finalists down to 10 schools. One of the programs that made the cut was Alabama.
Fears hails from Joliet, Illinois but currently plays high school ball at Compass Prep in Chandler, Arizona.
Jeremiah is the younger brother of Michigan State guard Jeremy Fears. However, the two have different styles of play according to 247Sports recruiting analyst Brandon Jenkins.
Jenkins had the following to say about Jeremiah Fears as a prospect:
“Fears is the younger brother of Michigan State point guard Jeremy Fears but plays an entirely different brand of basketball. He is a smooth and confident scorer who has no problem finding his own offense within the flow of a game. A combination guard with a score-first mindset, Fears is at his best in a secondary ball-handling role where he can primarily focus on making shots and creating for himself off the bounce. He is talented with the ball in his hands and has a creative enough handle to break defenders down to get to his pull-up game.”
Alabama offered Fears less than a month ago. It will be interesting to see if Fears gets on campus for either an unofficial or official visit.
Roll Tide Wire breaks down Jeremiah Fears’ recruiting profile.
Landed an offer from Alabama on Oct. 16, 2023
No visits to Alabama have been scheduled at this time.
NEWS: Jeremiah Fears, 2025’s No. 32 overall recruit, is down to ten schools, per his father.
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