Notes: 22ft Academy Showcase Cup (Saturday)

Grassroots
North Carolina

Posted On: 10/30/16 8:00 AM

Here are some of the notes from the 22ft Academy Showcase Cup Saturday that has teams from North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida and Georgia.

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Travon Broadway

2017 Travon Broadway of Washington Academy (NC) with 22 points in win. Athletic, long, scorer, was one of the most impressive players at the event. Scored 29 points Friday and 22 today

Washington is getting a good one in Mamoudou Diarra of 22ft Academy. Long, active, shot blocker. Attacks the rim every play.

Impressed w post grad Victor Buffatto of 22ft Academy Black (SC) yesterday, Good footwork, runs floor, high basketball IQ and a soft touch

Colton Cashaw with 24 points, 6 rebounds and 5 assists for Combine Academy CLT in a win over Combine Atlanta.

PG Darnell Rogers was impressive today for Believe Prep, relentless defender, knocked down a lot of shots, always makes the right play.

Quinterious Jones of Believe Prep has good footwork, stays under control, gets a lot of rebounds, has a nice feel for the game with a touch.

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Washington commit Mamaoudou Diarra

Ignacio Padilla was really good today for Combine ATL Black, 6’0 pg scored 25 points on array of different plays. Knows the game and scores

Devin Dingle of Forest Trails Prep has a good handle, can create off the dribble and consistently made shots from across the board.
6’3 Jael Scott of Forest Trails Academy is bouncy, plays above the rim, long and is very athletic. Defended solidly all game.
One of the best overall players I saw was 2017 Max Hoekstra for 22ft National. Consistent shooter, knows the game, fundamentally sound.
2018 G Daniel Sackey led 22ft National with 16 points. He scores in a variety of ways. 100 MPH all the time, attacks the basket constantly.
2019 F Kyran Rawson is a intriguing prospect. He is a really good passer, sees the floor well, He has nice size and advanced skill set.
Noble Cooper of Washington Academy (NC) knows how to play basketball, under control, uses the glass, skilled SF in 2017 class.
2017 PG Isaac Davis of Washington Academy (NC) has great vision, smart player, has a good handle, should be on Division 1 radars for a PG.