Posted On: 11/19/20 2:00 PM

Manheim, Pa. — Post-play in the game of basketball is important as teams who are able to get easy points in the paint typically win. The A-Game Fall Shootout was filled with solid forward play, especially in the 2025 class. Here are some of the 2025 future forwards from the A-Game Fall Shootout.

Nouhoun Diarra: NYC Supreme, Brooklyn- NYC Supreme made it to the final of the 8th Grade Orange Division and Diarra was a key reason for that. The 6-foot-2 wing played more of an interior role where he used his strength to finish tough layups through traffic. Diarra can bring the ball up in transition and showed the ability to handle the ball on the perimeter. He blocked several shots around the rim and showed the ability to defend multiple positions. Diarra's ability to play at both ends makes him a candidate to get early playing time in high school.

Amari Evans: Team FCAA Elite, Pittsburgh- Evans may have been giving up size to Team Durant down low, but he still found a way to dominate in the 8th Grade Gold final. The 6-foot-3 wing has a knack for getting into the lane and can finish above the rim.

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