Posted On: 10/4/15 3:30 PM

I was only able to see the first half of the junior game of the Rocky Mountain Fall Showcase on Saturday, so this review won’t be as extensive as the ones I posted on the freshmen and sophomore games – but there was plenty to like in the first half from this group.

MOP: Ravel Moody. This 6-foot-3 wing from Thomas Jefferson looks much taller because of his great length – he plays like a 6-5 stretch with great handles. A couple hours after freshman Kenny Foster registered the second triple-double in the showcase’s history, Moody followed with the third – finishing with 23 points, 15 rebounds and 12 assists. Moody was in constant attack mode, getting to basket and finishing at the rim, or dishing off to a big. He attacked the glass, muscling bigger players for boards. Moody’s outside shot was impressive too, knocking down the 3-pointer with consistency. He has a very nice all-around game and will be the lynch-pin for what should be a very talented Spartans team.

Other players who stood out included Elijah Blake, David Simental, Jamison Washington and Jervay Green.

Blake is a powerful 6-foot-2 guard for a Rangeview team that might have the

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