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Posted On: 07/14/15 7:00 PM
Prep Hoops Oklahoma was in attendance at the Mullen’s High Profile High School Tournament in St. Louis this past weekend scouting Oklahoma prospects. Today we release the stock risers from the weekend with in-depth analysis of the prospects who were in action. Stay with Prep Hoops Oklahoma for the best High School and Grassroots basketball coverage in the state.
Gerren Jackson 2017 Guard Oklahoma Primetime
Jackson had a tremendous weekend shooting the basketball extremely well from outside and mid-range. Opponents struggled to deal with his speed, which allowed Jackson to create separation from his defenders. Defensively Jackson plays solid team defense getting in passing lanes to snag steals and create easy transition buckets.
Callen Haydon 2017 Point guard Oklahoma Servants
Haydon was on fire from behind the arc leading the Oklahoma Servants to the title game in the Bonus 8 at Mullen’s High Profile Tournament. He is not the most athletic or quick, but uses his knowledge of the game to his advantage. Haydon was constantly on the floor diving for the ball doing whatever he could do to help his team gain an advantage.
Darius Roy 2016 Guard Oklahoma Wizards
Roy by far was the most impressive Oklahoma prospect at Mullen’s High Profile High School Showcase. He scored the basketball in all three phases throughout the weekend. Particularly Roy excelled from behind the arc shooting the ball at a very high level. In the quarterfinals Roy notched a 38 point performance nailing eight three-pointers. Colleges took notice of Roy’s elite talents offensively. The stock of Roy has never been higher after a fantastic weekend in St. Louis.
Tavian Davis 2016 Point Guard Oklahoma Wizards
Davis brings an all-around game to the table at the Point. He penetrated to the rim for easy baskets, but also found teammates off of the drive. Davis is a go getter on the court. He plays with toughness on the floor. Defensively Davis excelled using his quickness to stay in-front of his opponent. College programs are starting to take notice of the many talents Davis has in his arsenal.
Josh Procter 2018 Shooting Guard Oklahoma Wizards
Procter played tremendous defense getting into passing lanes and playing great on-ball defense. He drove the ball to the basket well many times finding himself at the free-throw line. Procter is an amazing athlete, which allows him to make plays most can not on the court. The college interest for Procter should pick up in July with his ability to be a lock down defender.
Cameron Martin 2017 Center Oklahoma Wizards
Martin looked slimmer and quicker on the court in St. Louis. The hard work Martin has put in over the summer is starting to pay on off on the hardwood. He shot the ball very well from mid-range throughout the weekend. Although Martin is not the most athletic his 6’8″ frame causes havoc for opponents in the paint. He blocked and effected many shots around the rim. Look for Martin to continue to pick up Division I interest.
Elyjah Clark 2016 Point Guard Oklahoma Wizards
Clark played lights out all weekend long using his great athleticism, sharp shooting, and vision to impress college coaches. He was outstanding on defense causing havoc for his opponents with his length and quickness. On Saturday Clark was unconscious from the field knocking down shots from all over the court with ease.
KeJuan Frazier 2016 Point Guard Oklahoma Servants
Frazier had a strong weekend coming off an injury to his ankle. It was noticeable that he was not at full speed, but Frazier was still able to make plays happen distributing the ball very well. He shot the three decent, but not to the level before his injury. Frazier is still recovering, but showed this weekend he is able to have an good impact on his team despite dealing with injuries.
Brady Manek 2017 Small Forward Oklahoma Wizards
Manek exhibited how many ways he can effect the game on the court with his ability to score, rebound, and defend. At times Manek could not find his shot from behind the arc, but he found other ways to score driving to the basket and using his mid-range game. The length of Manek at 6’8″ gave opponents trouble throughout the tournament. Colleges have fell in love with Manek’s size and ability to shoot the basketball. The stock for Manek continues to rise as more coaches see him.
Mason Harrell 2018 Point Guard Oklahoma Wizards
Many times Harrell is the smallest player on the court, but he does not play like it one bit. Standing at 5’7″ Harrell holds his own on the court. He showed his talents at the Point in St. Louis driving, dribbling, shooting, and playing strong defense. If Harrell can grow just a little he will blossom into a Division I prospect. He has instincts some college players never have at the Point.
Nick Robinson 2017 Shooting Guard Oklahoma Primetime
Robinson played extremely well throughout the weekend giving opponents headaches with his athleticism and size on both ends of the floor. On defense Robinson blocked several shots and snagged multiple steals that lead to easy transition buckets. The vision of Robinson has improved over the summer making him an even dangerous threat on the offensive end. He mainly scored driving to the basket and pulling up from mid-range, but Robinson did knock down shots from the outside at times.