“Coaches On The Floor” – 2025’s in the Midwest What defines a “Coach On The Floor”? These guys are referred to as “floor generals”. They possess leadership qualities to make the team go. During a free throw, THIS is the…
“Coaches On The Floor” – 2025’s in the Midwest
What defines a “Coach On The Floor”? These guys are referred to as “floor generals”. They possess leadership qualities to make the team go. During a free throw, THIS is the guy coach calls over to talk strategy. He knows what’s going on so he can lead the team on the floor regardless of his position. These guys show up on the stat sheet in many ways, they may not always be the leading scorers but are the key reasons their teams see success.
Nasir Willliams – NEBC Elite
Williams is a shifty guard who can dice through defenses. He’s a hard-nosed player that can finish through contact and stretch the floor shooting off the dribble. He has a great feel for the game that finds himself in the right spot time and time again.
Parker Wangen – D1 Minnesota
Wangen is an inside-out threat. He will surprise opponents with his steady handles. He’s bouncy for his size. He’s an athletic guard who is capable of filling any void for his team.
Keegan Vankauwenberg – Wisconsin Crusaders
Keegan is never in a hurry. He finds his way to his spot each time down the floor. He plays with a high basketball IQ. He’s proven to be a defensive anchor for his Crusaders team. He blocks shots and intimates paint touches and players driving through the lane.
JJ Sullivan – D1 Minnesota
Sullivan is a silky-smooth lefty. He can shoot off the dribble and off the catch. He’s a high-energy competitor who is willing to be selfless on both ends. His steady pace and poise on the court positively impact his team.
Tally Hurst – D1 Wisconsin
Hurst has a great sense of awareness on both ends of the court. He plays with effective court vision. He finishes well in transition play. He scores in various ways around the rim. Hurst can switch gears in a heartbeat.
Javante Edwards – KL Power 5
Edwards is a fiery competitor. He shows high-level footwork attacking the rim. He plays with his head up and always gets teammates involved. He is a knock-down three-point shooter off the dribble. Edwards is a menace when applying pressure defensively.
Jalen Wilson – D1 Minnesota
Wilson gets the job done however it’s needed for his team. He makes impressive plays out of the post. He will shoot opponents out of zones with his consistent corner three-point shot. He’s fundamentally sound. His ceiling is high largely in part to his maturity on the floor.
Darion Moore – Wisconsin SOYL
Moore is a scrappy high-tempo lead guard. He’s proven to be a consistent play-maker. He has the ability to the thread-the needle for his teammates. He is a jolt for his team by providing energy both on the court and in team huddles. He’s a confident shooter with great shot selection.
Amari Edwards – Dream Chasers Elite
He is a gritty guard who gets downhill with ease. He capitalizes on mismatch-match opportunities. He freezes defenders with shot fakes. He can consistently finish with the contact at the rim with either hand.