Posted On: 03/12/18 12:37 PM
Get a look at the top scorer’s from the Class 5A State Tournament this past weekend.
Antonio Gordon 2019 Lawton Ike Post
Gordon had a monster showing in the opening game of state. The length of Gordon allows him to give opponents fits especially on the offensive boards. It took him a little to get going, but he used offensive putbacks to find his stride. Gordon is the most improved player in the state taking his talents to another level. He has a nice jumper to go with his length. Gordon is a stretch four that can score at all three levels.
Kalib Boone 2019 Tulsa Memorial Post
Boone is a very efficient player on offense. Tulsa Memorial does a great job giving Boone opportunities in the paint to set him up for success. Most of the baskets Boone scored were dunks or layups inside. From time to time Boone mixes in a 10-15 foot mid-range jumper. Coaches will love his aggression and fight to score in the paint.
Keylan Boone 2019 Tulsa Memorial Wing
Keylan plays primarily on the Wing with his lanky build and skill set. Tulsa Memorial unleashed Boone’s talents using his as the primary scorer this year. The offensive game of Boone took off with his newfound aggression this year. The confidence of Boone increased as the year progressed ending with him on top. He can score at all three levels and there is not a Wing in Oklahoma that can match up well against his length.
Mo Wilson 2018 Northwest Classen Wing
Wilson poured in buckets for Northwest Classen doing everything he could to help them advance as far as possible. He is a rare offensive talent that can score it at all three levels playing unselfishly and making others better.
Da’Lin Wiggins 2019 Northwest Classen Wing
Wiggins built this high school season off of his great summer. This year Wiggins became assertive. Northwest Classen used Wiggins to dice up defenses by attacking the basket. What makes Wiggins so tough is he has an excellent jumper to go along with his ability to attack the basket. This summer Wiggins could really open some eyes to his talents.
Bryce Thompson 2020 Booker T. Washington Wing
Thompson had a great first two days leading Booker T. Washington with his sniper skills from deep. Thompson has become good at finding ways to move without the ball. He struggled in the state championship game scoring just 4 points, but you can’t discount what he was able to do in the first two days scoring the ball so well from behind the arc. Ball handling is the biggest area Thompson has to improve.
Seth Hurd 2019 Booker T. Washington Post
Hurd gave Booker T. Washington a consistent force in the paint throughout the weekend. He was best at sealing in the paint finding openings to get him good looks around the basket. Hurd is one of the best in the state at finishing in traffic. Another added bonus to his game on offense is the putbacks he gets from offensive rebounds.
Jaycson Bereal 2018 Booker T. Washington Forward
Bereal was not the highest scorer on this list but was the most consistent. He gave Booker T. Washington tough baskets when they needed it the most. The athleticism of Bereal helps him to find ways to score. He scored the majority of his baskets by getting to the hoop. He also scored the ball efficiently from mid and three-point range.
Mason Harrell 2018 Carl Albert Point Guard
Harrell put a great show on as we have come to expect over his high school career. He is a crafty Guard that finds ways to create openings even when they are not there. Harrell is more than a player that can score at all three levels he is good at scoring at each of them.
Trey Hopkins 2018 Carl Albert Wing
Hopkins put his heart and soul on the line scoring the ball the best he had all season at State. Seattle is getting a flat-out scorer that can get hot in a hurry. Hopkins is probably the best at making tough shots in Oklahoma. Booker T. Washington threw everything they had at him, but he found ways to score.
Demontreal Crutchfield 2020 Del City Guard
Crutchfield is starting to make a name for himself with his showing this year. At state, Cruchfield was fearless knocking down shots from deep to keep Del City close. The Eagles have found a good Guard in the 2020 Class to pair with another good scorer, Nate Goodlow.
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