Fayetteville, AR — The Collision in the Ville brought the competitive spirit out of everyone. This event was filled with thriller games, buzzer beaters, shocking upsets, high-speed talent, elite ball-handlers, deadly sharpshooters, unstoppable bucket getters, and dominant postmen. Here take…
Fayetteville, AR — The Collision in the Ville brought the competitive spirit out of everyone. This event was filled with thriller games, buzzer beaters, shocking upsets, high-speed talent, elite ball-handlers, deadly sharpshooters, unstoppable bucket getters, and dominant postmen. Here take a look at some of the most unstoppable dribble penetrators.
Cornell King | Fort Smith, AR | Shooting Guard | Legendary Athletes 2026
Tough, powerful, relentless slasher that was incredibly difficult to keep out of the paint. He drew fouls at a high rate and got teams in foul trouble each game, sometimes in a matter of minutes. Cornell King was one of the best at drawing calls while converting shots through contact at the same time. King has ways of making you foul him often by leaning into defenders on his shot attempts.
Zaterrion Sutton | Ruston, LA | WBBP Rush 2026
Zaterrion Sutton excelled playing in fast-paced games, Sutton was most dangerous in transition and in the open floor. He picked up a handful of fast break points by shooting the gap on the defensive end and taking it all the way to the rim. Sutton showcased an insanely aggressive slashing mentality as he came downhill full speed with one thing on his mind and that was to attack the basket. Super explosive on the dribble, there was no stopping him on a straight line drive. Lethal first step, Sutton beat defenders to the basket with just one bounce countless times. Once in the teeth of the defense, Sutton finished with crafty, smooth, efficient, and momentum crushing reverse layups, his up and under was his bread and butter and couldn’t be stopped by anyone he faced. Also, Zaterrion’s ability to change the angle of his layup in mid-air using his his hang time and creativity was uncanny.
Logan Hillman | Jefferson City, MO | 573 Elite 2026
Standing at 6-foot-1, Logan Hillman displayed a skilled use of his long arms which assisted him great when looking to score inside the arc. Hillman looked to get away from contact for a more accurate shot while showing off a tough to defend leaning runner that was sure to go in every time he kissed it off the backboard.
Isaiah Robinson | Little Rock, AR | Buchanan’s Performance Academy 2026
2026 Arkansas prospect, Isaiah Robinson, was extremely hard to stop while on the move, when coming downhill with a full head of steam he was not going to be denied from getting to the hoop. In one on one situations, Robinson was destined to score, using rip-throughs and jab steps to get the defense off of him. If there wasn’t any help-side defense Robinson was sure to get to the rack where he showed the capability to get the bucket in a number of ways.
Shelly Burge | Edmond, OK | Team Buddy Buckets
Although Shelly Burge was highly unpredictable off the dribble, he didn’t take many shots outside of his hot zones. Burge excelled most when penetrating the lane and scoring going to his left-hand side, any shot near the left elbow was an automatic bucket for him. Shelly Burge consistently got where he needed to go using stop on the dime pump fakes, pivot spins, and up and under short-range jumpers to get defenders off balance for an open look at the hoop.