Posted On: 04/23/18 7:14 PM
WBC Elite Guard Jajuan Carr: Once again we liked what we was saw from this young man, he’s always under control with his play as well as his emotions. He displayed his scoring ability but also showed his high IQ for the game by making the right play just about every time instead of forcing up difficult shots.
Flight 22 Guard Jordan McNeill: The more the game went on, the better he played, even if his shot is not falling, he finds ways to make an impact but constantly staying on the boards. On the defensive end of the floor he does a good job of getting after it and defending his man without fouling and has solid lateral quickness, one to keep an eye on.
Flight 22 Guard Dylan Blake: Of course we all know the ability he has to knock down the deep ball, but there is much more to his game than just shooting. His ability to defend at the guard spot is impressive and he is a very unselfish player, his ability to play the PG spot is one of the more underrated things about him.
910 Vengeance Karee Smith: This was our 2nd time getting to see him and he played even better than before, he showed his ability to make plays from the PG spot and helped break the difficult press in the 2nd half. He has a long wingspan to go with his height that he uses to make plays on both ends of the floor.
910 Vengeance Quincy Martin Jr: Although he went out with an injury, we were able to see the amount of impact he has on his team when he was unable to be on the court. At 6’5 with nice versatility and good athletic ability , he is one that should have an eye kept on him.
Big Shots Elite Guard Andrew Harvey: Does a good job of keeping the game simple, plays within the flow of the offense and doesn’t try to do more than he’s comfortable with. One of the better shooters that we saw throughout the day, he has a fluid release on his shot, and knocked down multiple treys in the game we saw.
Team Felton Guard Isaiah Ray: Has nice size for a guard and wing player, he can shoot the deep ball well and does a good job of moving without the ball. This was our first time getting a close look at him and we liked what we saw from him without a doubt, another one to keep an eye on this spring.