In Phoenix this weekends some of the best teams made it from all over. Teams from Arkansas, Texas, California, Arizona, Washington and Utah just to name a few came out and made some noise as they showcased their talents against…
In Phoenix this weekends some of the best teams made it from all over. Teams from Arkansas, Texas, California, Arizona, Washington and Utah just to name a few came out and made some noise as they showcased their talents against other top teams. Here are the Top 5 Prospects that stood out this weekend although there were more. Stay tuned.
Isaac was a man child this weekend. Really impressed with the fact that he has the ability to guard all 5 positions on the court and he is not even worried about how tall dudes are. He was blocking shots and defending at such an elite level. On the offensive side he was catching bodies and raining three’s from deep. This kid was one of the best two-way guards all weekend. Not sure what high school boundary he is in but they need to lock him up because he is a player that will impact a team immediately.
When it comes to bigs they do not make them like this as Darius is a rare prospect with size and mobility. You can run your offense through him as he has soft hands and does a good job at looking at his options before making a move himself. Darius has a back to the basket presence that is somewhat unseen these days with players wanting to be in the perimeter that are also big. Defensively he clogs the paint and is good help-side. Rebounds really well and he can move up and down the floor.
Anyone paying attention could see that this kid is a top-notch PG. The way he can control the game was really high level. His IQ when he had the ball in his hands was elite. Cisco has that hesi-dribble down and he knows how to change speeds. Getting to the rim with various straight-line drives yet he used different moves. Really like his upside as he makes everyone around him better.
Believe the hype this kid is for real. Gene is a big body guard that bullied a lot of defenders with some great movement that got him moving on cuts that allowed to catch the ball on the move and also to catch the ball in the post. His strength and finishing ability were on display. Gene also has that mid-range jumper down. You can tell that he has a few go to spots on the floor. A lot of upside for this 6’3 ish big guard.
Super tough CG for for Team Why Not as he displays why he is one of those super touted 2028 prospects. He is strong and knows how to get to the rim and he can also light it up from deep. He is one of those players that is just so fun to watch on both ends of the floor. Plays the game the right way.