2023 6’9 Ron Holland (Drive Nation 17U) is coming off a St ship with D Ville and presented an all-round game yesterday. He finished tough layups in acrobatic ways, quick drive, grabbed boards and blocks up in the air, hustled for ball, and displayed a promising outside stroke.
2023 6’4 KJ Lewis (DriveNation) is committed to Arizona. He showed his intriguing bounce we all know about on multiple HIGH-FLYING dunks but also was grinding out his own shots for rising lay-ins off. rebounds. Super fun player to watch. El Paso legend.
2023 6’8 Tate Laczkowski (LSE) showed confidence behind the arc, alertness on board and defense, nice dribbles: taking it coast to coast. He scores in the paint effortlessly with his soft touch and long arms to help him convert buckets.
2023 7’1 Isaiah Miranda (Rhode Island Elite) was by far the biggest man on the floor so he had an obvious advantage but I can’t forget that he showed high-energy dunks, hit shots with confidence, comfortable putting the back on the floor and giving it away, and of-course had a defensive presence with rebounds and easy blocks.
2023 6’10 Baye Ndongo (Colorado Rough Riders 17U) showed his handling ability as he would get a board and go to the other end and score or draw a foul, and his bounce with high dunks. Scored it in various ways and knocked most of his free throws as the game was foul heavy. Athlete who’s physical.
2022 6’4 PJ Twa (LSE) found gaps to score in the paint and continued to hit from distance from the wing. Very crafty dribbler, knows how to navigate himself to buckets, aware on defense.