Posted On: 07/30/16 4:28 PM
The Prep Hoops Finale got underway for the NCAA division on Saturday. Check out what players shined under the bright lights at Carl Albert High School.
2021 Future Stars Point Guard Kobey Stephens
Stephens was one of the most consistent performers to hit the floor Saturday. He has a tremendous handle and can fill the scoresheet in bunches. Stephens put up decent numbers in two separate outings scoring 18 and 19 points. He is showing potential to be a top tier prospect in his class.
2020 Oklahoma Hustlers Shooting Guard Brandon Jefferson
Jefferson had a big time scoring day with 21 points a win over PWP Red. His size at 6’2” makes him a matchup nightmare on the wing. Combine that with his ability to handle the ball and Jefferson could make a solid point guard as he makes his way through high school.
2022 Future Stars Point Guard Tae Holiman
Holiman is a speedy guard who can blow by backpedalling defenders in transition. He is small in stature but still finishes at a high level with either hand. Holliman had a big 13 points in a win over PWP Black.
2021 Oklahoma Run PWP Point Guard Marlo Fox
Fox closely mirrors his teammate Triplet. He can get to the rim in a flash but what differs the two is Fox’s willingness to distribute. Fox also features a solid stroke from beyond the arc. He had a 16 point performance in a win over the Oklahoma Hustlers.
2020 Future Stars Shooting Guard Sterling Young
Young also showed a superb ability to score the ball. He has exceptional length and uses it to finish around the rim. He also had good success shooting the ball from deep. Young is averaging 12 points through pool play.
2021 Oklahoma Run PWP Shooting Guard Emaud Triplet
Triplet plays like a man amongst boys. He has an aggressive attack towards the rim and finishes at a a high level. He has lots of speed in the open floor and lots of athleticism. Triplet’s aggressive attack leaves him at the free throw line often where he also converts efficiently.
2021 Oklahoma Respect Guard Dorrian Plumley
The only thing that could slow down Plumley was injury. He was able to get to the rim at will and finished through contact. His three ball drew the bottom of the net with consistency helping Plumley put up good numbers. He scored 22 and 20 points in two pool play games.