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That's Sir to You: ND Lands 4 Star Sir Mohammed

By: Mike Stacey ⏐ Writer ⏐ Twitter: @MikeStaceyIT ⏐ IG:mikestaceyit


Photo via Sir Mohammed on Instagram

Micah Shrewsberry is off to a HOT start, as he has just landed his second 4 star player in the 2024 class in a matter of days! First, the Irish got a commitment from 4 star PF Garrett Sundra and now last night, they received the verbal agreement from Sir Mohammed, a versatile 6'6 guard and the number 54 player in the class according to 247 Sports Composite ranking. (43rd in 247 Sports Ranking)


Mohammad is the son of former NBA player Nazir Mohammed, playing out of Myers Park High School in Charlotte, North Carolina. Mohammed plays a guard combo, with the ability to take the ball down the court or play off the ball as a Shooting Guard. I don't see him playing much point at the next level, but he is developing some great point guard skills currently that will definitely help him when he gets to ND. His dribbling and passing are both being refined as he often runs the point for his high school squad.





After watching his film, Sir has a nice, powerful frame. He takes the ball strong to the hole and already possesses great strength that will only improve as he gets to the college level. He does not have athleticism that jumps off the page necessarily, but he plays with a controlled tempo and uses his body well to get to the hole and finishes strong at the rim or can lay it in with finesse. He is also a good spot up jump shooter who you have to respect outside of the 3 point line. Last season, he shot 33% from behind the arc. Lastly, he can also pull up from mid range and knock it down. An art form that has been disappearing from the game in recent years.



Sir is long, and given the size of his father, I would not be surprised if he grows a couple more inches before he is done growing for good. I think he can play the 2 or 3 at the college level, but the fact that he is getting so much time at point guard now is reassuring, as he will be another capable ball handler going against the press. His game reminds me a bit of former ND player VJ Beachem. He does not have as smooth of a jumper as Beachem had, nor does he have quite the same athleticism, but he has that same versatility that allows him be a scorer from anywhere on the court, both playing with the ball and off of it. He also plays tougher and stronger than Beachem did, which seems to be the kind of guy that Coach Shrew loves.


Overall, this is a huge get for Coach Shrew, and the momentum currently on Notre Dame's side is quite stunning after coming off such an awful season last year and losing a long tenured coach like Mike Brey. I could not be happier with the job Shrewsberry is doing and am very excited to see where he can take this program. Get ready Irish fans, the program we have been waiting for may be coming sooner than later!




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