Posted On: 03/12/18 7:17 PM
Prep Hoops scouted the Oklahoma Class 6A State Tournament this past weekend! This list breaks down the best scorers in Class 6A at State!
Caleb Huffman 2018 Broken Arrow Combo Guard
Huffman did everything he could to give his Broken Arrow Tigers a chance to bring home a Gold Ball. He shot the ball lights out from three-point range especially in the big moments of the game. What makes Huffman so tough to defend is he can get to the spot he wants to get with the ball in his hands at any moment. Huffman is likely headed to the JUCO or Prep route, but will have a chance to go NCAA Division I.
Tauriawn Knight 2018 Edmond Santa Fe Point Guard
Knight creates his own shot. He has really developed nice handles and it is hard to guard Knight because of his ability to blow past you or pull up and hit a jumper in the face of the defender. Knight shot the ball well throughout the week at state as he was their most dangerous player. Knight has signed to play at South Dakota.
Kamden Gipson 2018 Edmond Santa Fe Point Guard
Gipson is the best spot up shooter that Edmond Santa Fe has. When Gipson has his feet set before the shot he hardly misses. He was huge for Edmond Santa Fe this weekend as he provided a much needed second scorer for the Wolves throughout the weekend.
Drake Stoops 2018 Norman North Point Guard
Stoops gave it his all this weekend. He left everything on the court for the Timberwolves this weekend. He shot lights out and was the spark for the Norman North throughout the State Tournament. Stoops led Norman North in scoring at the tournament and went hard for the entirety of their games.
Jalen Crutchfield 2018 Norman North Wing
Crutchfield is one of the best shooters in the state in the 2018 Class. Although he was guarded tightly, when he found space this weekend Crutchfield was hitting his shots. He will be playing NCAA Division I basketball at Stetson next year and he will rely on his stroke to provide for his new team.
Micah Thomas 2019 Putnam City North Point Guard
Thomas shot the ball well all weekend from the floor. On a star-studded team, Thomas could often times be over-shadowed but the Panthers got him the ball. When the Panthers found Thomas they were often times rewarded for it as he would hit the shots. Thomas went clutch down the stretch knocking down his free throws to clinch the State Title for the Panthers. His efforts did not go unnoticed either as he picked up an offer from Oral Roberts after playing on their home court all weekend.
Chris Braggs 2018 Putnam City North Guard
Braggs put in some clutch performances this weekend to bring Putnam City North a Gold Ball. He went off in the semi-final and final shooting the ball prolifically. He normally is a dribble drive guy, but he showed a great touch shooting the ball as well. Braggs lead his team this weekend in scoring and played really well. He was pivotal to the Panthers run to the Gold Ball.
Davon Richardson 2020 Sand Springs Wing
Richardson has a knack for scoring the ball. He got points in all different sorts of ways as he tried to will the Sandites to victory. He got second chance points and showed he has game from all three levels on the court. Richardson is an exciting prospect and if he continues to develop he will be fun to watch as he leads the Sandites next season.
Mo Garcia 2018 Union Wing
Garcia has an untraditional shot but it works for him. When he catches and shoots, he gets his shot to fall. Garcia was huge for the Redskins this season and he played his heart out and left it all on the court in Catoosa. He can score in different ways by either getting to the basket or getting his shot up off a pass. Garcia will be hard for the redskins to replace not only for his scoring ability, but his leadership as well.
Drew Tennial 2019 Edmond Memorial Wing
Tennial was on fire against Broken Arrow. He was carrying the scoring load for Edmond Memorial as they played Broken Arrow to one of the closest games they’ve had this season. Tennial was lethal from all three levels and caused the Tigers problems all night long. He hit big shot after big shot, but it was not enough to get past one of the best teams in the state.
Tobias Roland 2021 Putnam City West Wing
Roland is one of the best players in the 2021 class. He impressed the whole weekend and showed maturity beyond his years as he was hitting shot after shot. Roland could score off the dribble and he showed a touch from the perimeter as he hit some clutch three-pointers. Roland has a bright future as he already hold multiple NCAA Division I offers with more to follow if he keeps playing at the high level that he has been at level.