Prep Hoops Top 250 EXPO OKC Prospects 1-20 Evaluations

Top 250 Expos
Oklahoma

Posted On: 10/6/16 3:43 PM

The Prep Hoops Top 250 EXPO in Oklahoma City featured over 200 prospects throughout the two camps. Today, Prep Hoops begins to breakdown each player and their performance at the camp. We begin with players #1-20. The numbers that are listed are the ones that the players wore on their shorts.

 

 

1 Key’shun Akins Idabel 2019 Akins was able to get in the lane multiple times Sunday. This helped him setup teammates for open shots.
2 Diondre Alexander John Marshall 2020 Alexander showed a good outside shot as well as an elite passing ability. This along with his consistent ball-handling helped make him a good lead guard.
3 Fidel Anyabolu Putnam City 2019 Anyabolu was able to get to the rim well Sunday and displayed a solid ability to finish.
4 Jake Banfield Manford 2019 Banfield was one of the better PG’s we saw Sunday. He controlled the court and was able to score from everywhere on the court.
5 Tyler Becker Luther 2020 Becker was doing the little things Sunday. Hustling, hard defense, and contesting for rebounds.
6 Cameron Bell Millwood 2019 Bell showed his quickness and ability to hold his own on defense.
7 Ron Bell Cascia Hall 2019 Bell showed his nice looking shooting stroke Sunday. Shot didn’t fall, but he showed potential.
8 Mark Berry Lawton 2019 Berry was a powerhouse Sunday. He controlled the paint and really showed his athleticm.
9 Landon Bolf Mustang 2019 Bolf showed a consistent shooting Stroke Sunday and knocked down a couple difficult three’s.
10 Jalen Breath Westmoore 2020 Breath showed potential to be a great player. He has a long wingspan and a great shot.
11 Peyton Breedlove Bridge Creek 2019 Breedlove rebounded the ball very well Sunday.
12 Griffin Brosowske Perrytonton, TX 2019 Brosowske is an athletic guard who showed a great handle on the perimeter.
13 Micah Brown Moore 2019 Brown played smart Sunday and was one of the hardest working players on the court.
14 Kobe Burgess Ada 2019 Burgess showed why he is considered one of the best players in Oklahoma. He did a little bit of everything. Burgess was a clear leader and will be one to watch this season.
15 Dexter Campbell Edmond Memorial 2020 Campbell was a streaky shooter on Sunday and at times had a hard time giving up the ball when he was missing.
16 Taylon Chambers Plainview 2019 Chambers played hard on Sunday and showed good court vision.
17 Hunter Chandler Ketchum 2019 Chandler was one of the smarter guards on Sunday. Making the right decisions.
18 Dillon Cheater Sallisaw 2019 Cheater is a forward that showed a soft touch around the rim Sunday.
19 Christian Cook Midwest City 2020 Cook was a leader on the court and was great at hitting open teammates and finishing at the rim.
20 Billy Copeland Douglass 2019 Copeland showed his athleticism and was a good help on defense.

 

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