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Posted On: 04/15/18 11:16 AM
Quinton Harrison 2020 Oklahoma Wolfpack Guard
Harrison was on a struggling Wolfpack team when he came into the game. He immediately made a difference. When he takes the ball in his hand, he is normally going to the rack. He has good handles that allow him to beat most defenders and either set himself up for a good shot or a pass to a teammate for the easy bucket. He is a confident player that thrives in Iso situations. He has a solid floater that allows him to get his shot off once he gets into the lane. Harrison is just the type of player that finds ways to score the ball.
Jacobi Johnson 2020 Pro Skills Oklahoma Guard
Johnson had a good game to open up the tournament. He is a good guard that has a high basketball IQ. He leads the fast break and gets his teammates easy buckets on the other end. His passing is what sets his game apart. He finds a pass that sets up his teammates for success and can even throw some quarterback like passes down the court on the money. Johnson. He also can knock down a shot if he is left open so he makes the defense respect him.
Drew Tennial 2019 Team Griffin Wing
Tennial’s stock has been rising since the start of the grassroots season and even before that. Coming off an excellent year for Edmond Memorial, he has translated that success on the grassroots court. He finds ways to score the ball for Team Griffin. He can score at any level as he is solid at all three levels. He can shoot the ball with efficiency but is a team player first. He plays unselfishly and tries to find the best shot no matter who it is. He rebounded the ball well throughout the weekend using his athleticism and size to grab the boards. Not to mention, on the other side of the ball he plays solid defense.
Shemar Smith 2019 Team Griffin Forward
Team Griffin’s first game was loaded with performances all around. Smith was no exception as he capitalized on the opportunities when he got the open shot. He attacked the basket and even had a couple of transition dunks on the day. He shot the ball well from the perimeter and racked up a lot of points of turnovers. He played stellar defense which forced the other team to give away easy buckets. He was also a good rebounder on the day as he would get the board and find a quick outlet pass to get Team Griffin going into their offense.
Antonio Gordon 2019 Oklahoma Wolfpack Green Forward
Gordon was a diamond in the rough for the Oklahoma Wolfpack team. His team struggled and he did everything he could to keep his team in the game. He plays fast and confident with no problem taking on a good defender. His size and length give him the ability to shoot over defenders and make his shot consistently. With that being said though he is an unselfish player. He is always trying to find ways to make his teammates better, coaching and leading them when he can. He does all the little things that stars might sometimes skip on. He is present on the defensive end with his athleticism leading to him getting a lot of blocks. He also rebounds the ball well with his size and athleticism and with his ability to handle the ball, he gets the Wolfpack on the break fast.
Davion Worden 2020 Pro Skills Oklahoma Guard
Worden made this list because of his ability to shoot the ball. He has good form that goes with his solid stroke that knocks down a lot of shots for his Pro Skills Oklahoma team. He knocks down shot but can also take it to the rim and draw a foul. Worden is a talented shooter that is starting to see his stock rise as he keeps playing well.
Trey Green 2019 Oklahoma Impact Guard
Green had a great weekend at The Warmup. He showed really well against some very talented team. His shot was falling for him this weekend as he was fun to watch. He even had 34 points in the championship game of the silver bracket. He played lights out and his defenders could not find a way to stop him. Green’s stock has definitely risen after a great set of games this weekend. Green will be a player to watch going forward especially if he can continue his stellar performances.
Jacob Germany 2019 Team Griffin Post
Germany raised some eyebrows this weekend. He led Team Griffin in points and rebounds this weekend as he caught the eye of many. His recruiting has reportedly picked up after some impressive performances. He showed off an athletic jumped that accompanied with his size will be hard for anyone to stop. He has also proven that he is a really good rebounder, knowing how to get the positioning he needs. Over the next couple of weeks, Germany’s offer list might start to add up to his already offers from Mercer and TCU.