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 made a…
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 made a splash this weekend.
Nolan O’Neill | Team Nebraska Express
O’Neill is a facilitating forward who can also light it up in the mid-range. His size and athleticism made for countless rebounds on both ends. His vision and selflessness made for; back door layups, skips for threes, and lead-out passes to layups in transition.
Khaliq Austin | Pack
Austin was a matchup problem for opponents all weekend. His combination of size and ball skills gave Pack 2028 the advantage each time out. His ability to draw multiple defenders made for clean looks on the perimeter. His work on the boards resulted in put-backs and coast-to-coast baskets in transition.
De’anthony Brown | Wisconsin Playground Club
Brown is a gritty forward who thrives on his height and athleticism. His nose for the ball and ability to finish through contact makes him a beat in the paint. The Wisconsin playground forward also is a tough cover on the perimeter where he exploits mismatches with his quick first step against bigger defenders.
Milton Nuahn | D1 Minnesota 27’
Nuahn has a unique combination of power and agility that makes him; an inside scoring threat, a force in transition, and a menace on the defensive end. The dynamic forward was a catalyst for D1 Minnesota on both ends.
Donnie Barfield Jr | Team Nebraska Express
Barfield Jr is an explosive forward who led with intensity on both ends. The skillful forward; made the right read when leading the break, jumped the passing lanes while In full-court pressure, and utilized his shifty handle to attack the rim. His willingness to guard the opponent’s best scorer was impactful for Team Nebraska Express.