Ashton Arnold Tourney : Under the Radar Players

South Carolina

Posted On: 04/10/18 11:18 AM

The Ashton Arnold Memorial Tourney might of had a small field of teams but it had plenty of talent running around the courts in Easley, SC this past weekend. Lets take a look at some kids that are currently playing Under the Radar.

Jamal Blakley (2019) – Pendleton HS – Anderson Knights 

Blakley 5’10 point guard was able to get to the basket on several occasions today. Blakley ran the offense like a leader on the floor. Blakley plays quarterback on the gridiron at Pendleton HS. Blakley averaged 11.9 ppg, 4.4 rebounds and 3.1 assists this past season.

Booker Cusaac

Booker Cusaac (2019) – River Bluff HS (Lexington) – Team South Carolina 2019 Gray 

Cusaac 6’5 sure does look the part of a player. Cusaac is a raw talent offensively. Cusaac runs the floor very well and has good motor on both ends of the floor.

Isaiah Pizarro (2019) – JL Mann HS (Greenville) – South Carolina Playmakers (pictured on front)

Pizarro 6’4 undersized post wasn’t afraid to mix it up in the paint. Pizarro moves really well without the ball. Pizarro was a mover-screener on the floor and utilized the shot fake on a few different occasions to score the ball. Pizarro had a nice soft touch on the foul line.

CJ Jamison

CJ Jamison (2019) – Legacy Early College (Greenville) – Team South Carolina 2019 Black 

Jamison is the ultimate glue guy for Team South Carolina and at Legacy Early College. Jamison just does the stuff to help you win games at the end of the day. Jamison brings a great mindset to the game and attitude every time on the floor. Jamison is always down on the floor or in the middle of loose ball tangle up.

Chase Claxton

Chase Claxton (2019) – Legacy Early College (Greenville) – Team South Carolina 2019 Black 

Claxton is a extremely quick leaper on the floor. Claxton showed this weekend that he can step-out and knock down some three pointers. Claxton tends to alter and challenge shots on the defensive end. Claxton 6’5 must get stronger for the next level. Claxton older brother plays at the University of Georgia.