The Jauregui Shuffle was sent to me by Coach Gabriel Jauregui of Indiana. The positions are the same as the Deweyville Shuffle with the exception of the second cutter. The second cutter starts in the ballside low post. This shuffle is very similar to the Dean Shuffle but with a very interesting twist on the first and second cutters.
Diagram 126: Shows the basic set of the offense. When the first cutter passes to the point. The feeder pops out as in the Deweyville Shuffle. The point passes to the feeder.
Diagrams 127 & 128: On the point to feeder pass the post sets a screen for the first cutter. The first cutter moves off the post's screen and cuts to one of two locations (a) the first cutter may cut to the ballside low post, if he does the second cutter flashes to the (high) post as shown in Diagram 127, or (b) the first cutter may cut to the (high) post, if he does the second cutter flashes across the lane to the ballside low post.
Diagram 129: After the point passes to the feeder the (high) post (4 in the diagram) moves up and sets a back screen on the point. The point will cut off the post's screen and go to the feeder position, and the post pops up to the point position.
Diagram 130: We are now set to run the offense back to the other side of the court.