Scrimmage notes: Top Achievers has talent with both 2022 and 2023 groups

2022 5’10 Makhi Dorsey (Plano) is a shifty and speedy dribbler, quick in fast-break and persistently makes plays with the ball, strong on board and in good control of rock down the floor getting by defenders and setting things up, quick cross to high finishes, communicates. His calling-card by many is a defensive PG as he locked up in his high-school season with Plano. He should play at a high-level of CBB after a year or 2 at junior-college.

2022 6’5 Aiden Hayes (Plano East) is impressive. He hit from distance off-the-dribble, scored it in fast-break, displayed active hands defensively and unselfishness with decisions. One of his most impressive plays, garnering a high of a rebound – going coast to coast and made a precise pass baseline to corner for a 3. Hayes has + athleticism and a chance of playing multiple sports collegiately.

2023 6’10 Jackson Seale (McKinney Boyd) finishes with both hands, has good touch around the rim, puts the ball in the rim with ease. Seale showed a few dunks as the roll man, a put-back, and impressive vision with a cross-court pass directly off the board. A prospect to track as he still has a year of high-school ball.

2023 6’8 Kaden Stuckey (Plano) is a strong big-man with + athleticism and length, and plays with toughness in the paint, has nice instincts and showed me that he can put the ball on the floor.

2023 6’3 Coco Escheik (Prestonwood) presented a crafty handle and multiple acrobatic finishes, defensive awareness with deflections, a precise pass off-screen, and off-the-dribble creation from 3. I expect him to have a big role this upcoming season with Prestonwood.