Ashton Arnold Tourney : 2020 Standouts

Grassroots
South Carolina

Posted On: 04/9/18 2:46 PM

Prep Hoops took in the action in the Upstate for a few days this past weekend at the Ashton Arnold Memorial Tourney in Easley, SC. Here we will take a look at the top 2020 standouts from the event.

Rayshon Harrison – Christ Church (Greenville) – Team South Carolina 2020 

Harrison 6’3 point guard DNP in the opening round game. Harrison has great size at the point guard position and sees the floor very well.

Kaleb Mack – Legacy Early College (Greenville) – Team South Carolina 2020 (pictured on front)

Mack really enjoyed having the ball in his hands more and more this weekend. Mack really handles the rock well in the open floor. Mack 6’2 came on strong for Legacy Early College this season

Quentin Johnson

Quentin Johnson – J.L. Mann (Greenville) – Team South Carolina 2020 

Johnson 5’11 plays off the ball for Team South Carolina. Johnson connected on 4 three pointers today. Johnson has a bit of a hitch in his shot.

Tyler Bowens

Tyler Bowens – Greenville Tech – Team South Carolina 2020

Bowens 6’4 is a big combo guard who really played well in the transition game. Bowens rebounded the ball on both ends of the floor and was very active in the passing lanes.

John Rogers

John Rogers – T.L. Hanna (Anderson) – Team South Carolina 2020

Rogers 6’5 was a pleasant surprise for Team South Carolina. Rogers has good skills on the floor. Rogers is still a bit awkward at times showed a nice drop step move in the paint along with the ability to pick and pop. Rogers is still growing into his body and was a late season call up for T.L. Hanna last season.

Mondez Frazier

Mondez Frazier – Palmetto HS (Williamston) – Anderson Knights 

Frazier 6’0 left-handed really likes the ball in his hands. Frazier has a twin brother on the team in Montez. Mondez was always looking to attack the basket when given the chance. Mondez played running back and linebacker this past season. Mondez finished the season with 453 yards on 64 carries and 13 touchdowns.