Edmond, OK – The Prep Hoops Next Circuit made its stop in Oklahoma this weekend. The event began on Friday, March 11th, continued with Pool play on Saturday, and concluded with Championship games on Sunday Afternoon. The event featured a…
Edmond, OK – The Prep Hoops Next Circuit made its stop in Oklahoma this weekend. The event began on Friday, March 11th, continued with Pool play on Saturday, and concluded with Championship games on Sunday Afternoon. The event featured a total of 46 teams. It also featured several knockdown shooters in this article we take a look at the top snipers from the event.
Brayden Wathen 5’8 PG BBSS Grey 2025 – Wathen was the first big-time shooter I saw at the event. His form is perfect, complete with a textbook stroke and release. He hit 3 trey’s in the game I watched, en route to a 14 point effort.
Hudson Greer Hudson Greer 6'4" | WG TX 6’4 SF Southern Assault 2025 (featured image) – Greer made my All-Tournament team and showed he’s an all-around player, however, It would be a mistake to ignore his shooting. He showed textbook form burying threes from all over the court. He showed good fundamentals on his shots doing his work early with his feet set and limited wasted motion. Greer didn’t just hit 3’s he also managed to mix in mid-range jumpers as well.
Kayden Edwards 6’2 CG Southern Assault 2025 – Like Greer, Edwards made my All-Tournament team for his overall play, however, he had his jumper working all week. The lefty was nice in stop and pop action and rarely got a clean look when shooting the ball. He knocked down three 3’s against Razorbacks Elite.
Houston Martin 5’7 SG Southern Assault 2026 – While the 2025’s from SA had some shooters, Martin should not be forgotten. He’s a prototypical floor spacer who showed he was able to change the scoreboard with his three point shooting. A textbook shooter, Martin displayed good shot prep, and the ability to get his shot off against quickly closing defenders.
Eli Schwartzman 5’5 PG Team Flight 2026 – Schwartzman had the performance of the weekend, knocking down 6 3’s in a game against Razorbacks Elite. You can tell a guy is hot when his teammates go crazy after each made three-pointer. That was the scene on Saturday night as Schwartzman launched bomb after bomb.
Owen Eshelman 5’11 SG Team Griffin 2025 – In the semis against Southern Assault his coach gave him two options, pass it or shoot it. Eshelman chose the latter. The sharpshooter came up big, knocking down corner threes to help TG advance and eventually take home the title.
Garrett Bosch Garrett Bosch 6'3" | WG TX 6’3 SG Southern Assault 2025 – Bosch was one of the more confident shooters at the event. When teams were forced to help off Edwards for the bigs of SA, Bosch was ready to make them pay. His best performance was when he hit three treys against the Oklahoma Kings en route to a 16 point effort.