SWMO Basketball Future 50 Showcase (2019 Wings)

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Posted On: 03/30/18 2:00 PM

Prep Hoops Missouri was in attendance at the SWMO Basketball Future 50 Showcase Lebanon, MO. Here is a look at the top Class of 2019 wings at the camp.

Riley Oberbeck 6’3″ Strafford: A good-sized wing player who was one of the most impressive players at the camp. With his size, he was able to go inside and get buckets off the drive or on offensive rebounds. He also has a versatile skill set where he can knock down 3-pointers and set up teammates with his passing. He also plays well without the ball.

Charlie O’Reilly 6’2″ Springfield Catholic: A high-motor shooting guard who impressed early with his ability to rebound from the guard position. He then showcased his offensive ability by knocking down 3-pointers and scoring in transition. He was constantly trying to push the pace and create action. He also made a 3-pointer at the buzzer to win a game.

Brady Rogers 6’1″ Bradleyville: One of the top 3-point shooters in the camp, he has a high-arching jumper that could bring rain. After knocking down three 3-pointers in the first game, he started to display some moves off the bounce as he scored on some aggressive drives to the basket.

Isaiah Bean 6’1″ Spokane: A smooth lefty shooting guard who can knock down mid-range jumpers and 3-pointers off the catch. From the catch to the release, his jumper is compact and without a lot of wasted motion. He also uses ball fakes well and sets himself up for good offensive opportunities. He is very sound fundamentally.

Hunter Burks 6’2″ Fordland: A nice guard who really has the ability to score, especially off the bounce. He owned the mid-range game as he constantly got to the 15 to 17 foot range to knock down jumpers. His handles were good and he was always under control and strong with the ball.

Justin McMillan 6’0″ Marion C. Early: An excellent perimeter shooter who led the entire cam with eight 3-pointers in three games. If he got the time and space, he was letting it fly and he was knocking them down. He also did a good job of moving without the ball and making himself available for open shots.