Class of 2028 has some depth to it and these kids are hungry to be in the spotlight. Here are a few players that have been ballin this spring. Parks Weaver WL State 22 Pos 6'3" | CG | 2028…
Class of 2028 has some depth to it and these kids are hungry to be in the spotlight. Here are a few players that have been ballin this spring.
Parks has hit the ground running transitioning from Winter league to Spring AAU. His ability to find ways to score is something that is impressive, especially for his age. He has some length that allows him to shot over people and he can get some great looks at the rim in a rip and go and he can stop in the midrange and be effective, but he can also use that footwork and he has a great front leg push off that turns into a fadeaway. Handle continues to reach higher levels as he can break pressure and just handle the ball with confidence up top.
This kid is going to be a household name as he is now running with AZ Compass 2028 squad and they have themselves a squad. This will be a great fit if he stays the course because they play in the NIBC and they have proven track record of putting out talent and playing some good team basketball. Last year alone they had graduates going to Oregon, North Carolina and St. Mary’s. Kyi Kyi is a defensive disrupting guard as he can get in the lane and cause damage. He is patient in traffic and uses that high IQ and elite finishing skills to get buckets.
Agbo is a big time shot maker. That length and high shooting finish allows him to get shots off against a good closeout. Other than being a knockdown shooter he also has the ability to get to the rim and finsih. He has a quick first step and he uses floaters and even his hang time to absorb contact and finish. He is a Swiss Army Knife of sorts.
This almost 6’0 PG is a layer that has a non-stop motor. He is on the go on every possession. That ability to defend and keep players in front as well as disrupt the play or set is something that Luke does well. Luke has a knack for getting by defenders and making plays. Oftent imes he can get in the lane when he wants. He has learned to dish the ball out toi shooters and once he perfects the drive and kick he is going to increase those assist. He could be a real triple-double watch type of a player.
TSF Skils Factory has a solid floor general that has play making ability. One of the most notable aspects of his game that you can see right off the bat is that he can create separation. That includes him getting into the body of his defenders and stopping quickly to set up pull ups or step backs. In the open floor he is dangerous but he also has some solid hang time when attacking the rim as he can wait for defenders to not be a factor defensively. Impressive handle as he can play with the ball and turn defenders around and make buckets.