Posted On: 03/31/18 6:03 PM
The Matt Reynolds Showcase brought out some talent with impressive offensive skills.
Scoring is one of the most fun parts of basketball but it requires a lot of time put in skill development.
Here are some of the top scorers from the event:
Antonio Gordon 2019 Lawton Ike
Gordon scored with ease this morning. The 6’8 forward showed off his ability to knock down shots and get to the rim. Gordon was also the best finisher at the event as well.
He threw down numerous dunks that you couldn’t help but be impressed by.
Bobby Cade 2018 Tahlequah Sequoyah
Cade is not what you would call a sniper from three-point range but he made a killing around the basket.
The lefty guard was one of the hardest players at the event. He was unstoppable in transition which resulted in a ton on and-1 layups.
Bryce McConnell 2018 Holland Hall
McConnell was one of the most dynamic scorers of the day. The senior guard had a “mamba” mindset all day.
He scored in every way possible and did it with consistency. McConnell put on a show this morning and increased his stock.
Michiah McQuarters 2018 Tulsa Union
This was not McQuarters peak performance but he definitely showed why he is a sought-after recruit.
At 6’4, McQuarters can legitimately play point guard which he uses his size advantage around the rim. He also hit some pull up jumpers to compliment his inside game.
Payton Gordon 2019 Westmoore
Gordon performed really well all day. He hit shots from deep while also finding ways to get to the rim. Gordon is undersized but he didn’t let that effect his aggressiveness on offense.
Based off seeing Gordon, it will be fun to see his development throughout the summer.
Jordan White 2018 Kellyville
White was in the top five players at this event based off performance. He competed every time he stepped on the floor and his motor is what earned him scoring opportunities.
Rather it was fast break layups, offensive rebounds, duck ins, or drop offs, White made it happen down low. A bit undersized but he plays bigger than his measurements.
Mo Wilson 2018 NW Classen
Wilson is a heavily recruited prospect so he could have come out and gave a lackluster performance and no one would have blamed him.
However, Wilson dominated the court on both ends but especially offensively. He is the best rebounder in the state and he cleaned up on the offensive glass. He also shot well from the perimeter while also getting to the rim and using his size.
Wilson’s willingness to compete no matter the competition was the most impressive.