Phoenix, AZ – The Prephoops Next Circuit came to Phoenix for War In The Valley. The event took place Saturday, April 10th, and concluded Sunday, April 11th with bracket play. Over 35 teams participated in the event featuring teams from…
Phoenix, AZ – The Prephoops Next Circuit came to Phoenix for War In The Valley. The event took place Saturday, April 10th, and concluded Sunday, April 11th with bracket play. Over 35 teams participated in the event featuring teams from California, Arizona, Nevada, and New Mexico. It also featured several players with the ability to rebound at a high level. In this article, we take a look at the top Glass Cleaners from the event.
Lonnie Bass 6’6 C Progress Feels Better 2025 – Played with good activity and effort. Bass has a decent 2nd jump, which allowed him to grab a ton of offensive boards. He can carve out a little space with his frame but also showed the ability to jump laterally and grab out-of-area rebounds.
Kendan Jones 6’4 PF Progress Feels Better 2025 – Harris is a massive human, who grabbed a high majority of his rebounds flat-footed. However, he grabbed them, you can’t ignore the fact that he grabbed a ton of them. He was willing to rim run and grabbed a bunch of defensive boards in the game I watched.
Jayden Leverett 6’7 C JB White Elite 2026 – If you missed a shot when playing against Leverett, then you would not see the ball again. The ranging 5 man seemed to grab every single defensive rebound. He ran the floor well and was able to use his wingspan to pull down boards over opponents.
Bryce Williams 6’5 C Team Dojo 2026 – Williams grew on me as the weekend went on. He seemed to stick with it, using his massive frame to carve out space down low. He grabbed the majority of his boards flat-footed, but he did grab a ton of them throughout the event.
Malachai Henningham PF Skyriders 2025 – Henningham refused to allow anyone other them him to grab a rebound. A physical specimen, he was able to jump multiple times to secure a board. This allowed him to be the top offensive rebounder at the event. Even when giving up 2 to 3 inches, he was able to use his explosive quick twitch muscles to grab both in and out of area rebounds.