Posted On: 04/8/18 5:21 PM
Sam Howery– Pluto Prospects 14U
Sam proved to be a solid guard for the 14U Pluto Prospects, scoring 15 points in their Sunday morning game. He is quick and can handle the ball well in the halfcourt and transition making him a threat to score in the paint to go along with a good stroke from downtown.
Lamarius Royston– Colorado Hawks 14U
Lamarius has a muscular frame for his age and uses that near the rim. He was able to get multiple offensive rebounds and was strong enough to fight through contact and get the bucket, a valuable presence inside for the Hawks.
He had 13 points Sunday morning v Pluto Prospects 14U all coming in the paint.
Kaiden Bear– Oklahoma Impact 14U
Kaiden moved well defensively and had active hands throughout the contest Sunday morning for the Impact. He demonstrated good court vision and was very comfortable with the ball in his hands.
He was able to get out into transition as well, where he showed some change of pace and a good hesitation move to get to the rim.
AJ Reed– Team Infinity 2021
AJ has some serious range for 15U. At one point early on Sunday he pulled up from the volleyball line on the court and hit nothing but net.
He was able to get into the paint more in the second half, sending him to the line multiple times. With 18 points in the contest, AJ is a definite scoring threat for Team Infinity.
Jade Watkins– Oklahoma Empire 2021 15U
Jade was a presence in the paint for Oklahoma Empire today having at least 5 blocks and countless rebounds.
Jade demonstrated pretty good footwork for a big man and ended with 12 points in the contest.
Amya Weakley– Oklahoma Empire 2021 15U
Amya is the only female player that I saw here this weekend but she fit in quite well. Offensively she was able to produce a few days, hitting from long range and showed good touch on a floater near the rim.
She scored in multiple ways for her 7 points, proving she could have an impact.