In the land of a thousand lakes, some of the top teams of the Midwest met up to battle head to head. Each and every court had high-level talent on display. Here are some of the prospects who stood out…
In the land of a thousand lakes, some of the top teams of the Midwest met up to battle head to head. Each and every court had high-level talent on display. Here are some of the prospects who stood out last weekend as a “two-way guard”!
Isaiah Oliver | Wisconsin Academy 26’
Oliver was effective In various ways on both ends of the floor. His strength and speed put him in an ideal position for; steals in the press, 50-50 balls, and filling the lanes in transition. The three-level scorer poured it in when his team needed it most – scoring timely baskets in the clutch.
Nathan Ramus | Wisconsin Playground Club
Ramus was a floor leader and calming presence for Wisconsin Playground Club. The combo guards’ impact reached both ends of the floor. His high IQ and vocal leadership major role in their championship run.
Grant Hardy | Wisconsin Playground Club
Hardy was on and around the ball all tournament. His instincts in the passing lane were a catalyst for Wisconsin Playground Club. His dual-threat attack kept defenses guessing, whether he used his quick first step to blow by defenders or rose up to shoot over the top with his sharpshooting.
Mike Rogers Jr | Chapman Basketball Academy
Rogers has a knack for being in the right spots. His proactivity on both ends led the way for Chapman Basketball Academy. His dual impact of anchoring the head of the press and decision-making in the open court was impressive.
Trey Resch | Chapman Basketball Academy
Resch is a steady guard who lit it up from range. The deep range threat consistently spread the floor for Chapman Basketball Academy and it resulted in keen playmaking as well. The dual-threat guard’s leadership led by example as well as vocally.