Becoming an Elite Shooter with Andrew Jonesby Andrew Jones
To become an elite shooter, you need to be effective from all areas of the court, meaning you can create seperation in tight areas. This requires great ball handling and shooting mechanics.
To cover all aspects of shooting to make you dangerous you will learn:
- Shooting warmup drills for maximum precision.
- Short-long range shooting mechanics.
- Footwork combinations to become elite at shooting on the move.
- ...And more.
If you want to start racking up more points on game day, then you need to purchase my course.
Andrew Jones | Guard #1
Andrew Jones has so far played in 76 career games and was in the starting lineup for 42 of them. In his career, Jones has had 44 performances of double digits in scoring, including six 20-point performances. All-Big 12 Honorable Mention selection in the 2020 season, he was also named the 2019-20 Big 12 Conference Male Sportsperson of the Year. Being recognized with an extraordinary degree of sportsmanship, community service, and academic achievement.
In January 2018, Jones was diagnosed with leukemia and went through successful treatment at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston. Jones then re-joined The Longhorns for the 2018-19 season and was able to play in two games as he continued his treatments throughout the year. Finally, he completed his last treatment in September 2019 and was granted a medical redshirt for both the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons. Jones has been earned McDonald’s All-American (18th selection in UT history) and Jordan Brand All-American (13th selection in UT history).