Posted On: 04/26/18 2:53 PM
The second live period is amongst us this weekend and there were plenty of Colorado teams that went out of state and competed. Some players separated themselves and had a great tournament, others not so well. This is a list of a few players that could impress in the second live period and impress with a good tournament.
Hunter Shkapich – Colorado Chaos
Hunter is an all-around player that can really get it done on the offensive end. He paces the offense and has many things in his arsenal that opens his game up. Chaos are going to Minnesota to compete and with the supporting cast around him, he should be able to give his team opportunities to win. He separate himself with staying aggressive with attacking the defense and knocking it down when he sees an opportunity. As long as he stays aggressive, he will turn a few heads this weekend.
John Grigsby – Colorado Chaos
John is another Chaos play that will have the opportunity to impress on the national scene. He is a 6’7 player with great size that can move. He will have to score the ball and use this summer as a chance to get better on the offensive end. With that type of length, he should create many mismatches and with a great showing this weekend can be a stock riser not only in Colorado, but in the eyes of scouts as well.
Elias Curry – Colorado Hawks
At 6’4 with mobility, Elias is a prototypical wing that has all of the tangibles to be great. He gets to the rim and finishes. He has great athleticism and shows signs of growth that could get him to the next level. He’s aggressive with the ball in his hands and is developing as a player. If he keeps it up this summer, he can be a player that we see at a division I school down the road.
Lian Ramiro 2020 Colorado Hoops Point Guard
Lian has been on a tear to start this summer. He has been showcasing that he’s a playmaker and knows what to do with the ball in his hands. He creates for others and has been operating as the point guard lately and a player that can generate points for his team in multiple ways. He’s crafty with the ball and difficult to contain in the open court.
Kingzavier Galberth — Colorado Hawks
Galberth has been a difference maker as he’s made his impact on the defensive end. He has a very high motor and has been energizing his team with his forceful ways on opponents who dare come to the rim. He is a player that shown that he can score when he gets the ball and has been making teams pay with his finishes above the rim. He’ll be a project for a school that takes a flier on him, but he has been doing everything to get some attention so far.