Posted January 29, 2013 on AP on Fox
Ed Schilling knew right away that Kevin ''Yogi'' Ferrell was different. Ferrell could move, worked to improve and played with an energy and passion more befitting college and pro players than a prep star. So when Schilling's star pupil made the jump from high school star to starting point guard on No. 3 Indiana (18-2, 6-1), the Indianapolis Park Tudor coach expected Ferrell to make a seamless transition. ''Yogi attacks every shot like it is the game winner and he did that in practice, too,'' said Schilling, who won the past two Class 2A state titles with Ferrell. ''Because he practiced at such a high intensity level, he really didn't know any other way to play. A lot of times in high school, some of the kids are so skilled they go through things at half-speed and are successful. Yogi was never like that. He only knows one way to do things.'' All out, all the time, which is one of the reasons he's such a key ingredient ...
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