Prep Hoops Route 66 Kick Off 16U Players to Watch: Part 1

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Posted On: 03/29/17 1:30 PM

The Prep Hoops Route 66 Kick Off is back in Oklahoma this year for the second consecutive year. The field is loaded with talent from across the country. Teams are attending the tournament from Oklahoma, Texas, Colorado, Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas and Michigan. We dive into previewing the 16U division with some of the top talent at the tournament.

Kenny Foster 6’4 2019 Colorado Hawks Guard 

Foster is a dynamic Guard with High Major potential. At the Shooting Guard spot Foster has picked up Division I offers already before he heads into the live periods. Foster can fill it up from just about anywhere on the court. He will be one of the best if not the best player in the 16U tournament field.

Samba Caine 7′ 2019 Colorado Hawks Post

Caine is a 7′ highly touted prospect with High Major potential in the paint. He is a good shot blocker and is really starting to develop an offensive presence in the post. Caine will be an exciting above the rim player to watch in the 16U bracket.

Assane Diouf 7’1 2019 Colorado Hawks Post 

Diouf has improved vastly over the last calendar year. He has picked up High Major interest from around the country with his size and improvements. At 7’1 Diouf will give teams a matchup nightmare.
KB Davis 6’3 2019 Texas Tigers AC Guard

Davis has a really nice smooth game for the Texas Tigers. Davis scores the basketball at all three levels. He will look to have a big weekend for the Texas Tigers 16U squad at the Prep Hoops Route 66 Kick Off in Oklahoma City.

Shay don Campbell 6’2 2019 Texas Tigers AC Guard

Campbell is a lefty who has a strong body and huge hands. The offensive package of Campbell is really a good package of a mix of everything. The lefty will be a fun Guard to watch this weekend.

Isaiah Nash 6’0 2019 Texas Tigers AC Guard

Nash has a solid handle with a strong body. He shoots the three-pointer well. Nash is not afraid to attack the rim with confidence for the Texas Tigers AC. He is an explosive guy.

Andrew Crow 5’11 2019 Tulsa Hawks Point Guard 

Crow brings a great mix of everything at the Point Guard spot for the Tulsa Hawks. He is a tough, crafty and quick Guard with the ball in his hands. He does a great job of getting his teammates involved, but also knows when to be aggressive and score. Look for a big weekend from Crow.