Posted On: 04/30/18 5:14 PM
Glue guys are the ones that do the small things on the court for their team to have great success.
Mason Hart 2019 Game Changer Hoops Wing
Hart is going to fly under the radar playing on Game Changer Hoops Elite squad. The reason being he does not get a ton of touches to show all that he can do with the ball in his hands. That being said, Hart will catch NCAA Division II coaches eyes because of the way he plays on the Wing at 6’5. He gives everything he has at all times on both ends of the floor. The bought in factor in Hart’s game is one of his greatest strengths.
Michael Forhan 2020 Oklahoma Power Forward
Although he is not the most athletic or even tall for a Post he goes extremely hard for boards, sets screens, battles down low, and many more small things that do not show up in the stat sheet. On top of doing the small things, he makes the right plays at the perfect time. Forhan is a true team-first guy.
Carson Iven 2019 Oklahoma Impact Wing
Iven is the glue that holds the Oklahoma Impact 17U squad together. He does so many small things on the court that do not show up on the score sheet but are winning plays. The many intangibles of Iven make him the perfect glue guy for Oklahoma Impact.
Nathaniel Rollins 2019 Servants Guard
Rollins has good vision and the ability to find the open man. He passes off the drive and kicks to the perimeter. Rollins is good at leading the fast break. He is a pass-first guard that plays unselfishly. He also showed an ability to knock down big shots from the perimeter late in the game.
Josh Crutchfield 2019 Team Griffin Wing
Crutchfield has received limited minutes this year but got his big opportunity on Sunday. He brought gritty defense to the floor for Team Griffin. With the game on the line, Crutchfield made several game-winning plays on defense and being able to put the ball in the basket in clutch situations. Crutchfield plays with a great chip on his shoulder and always brings great heart and hustle.
Cooper Peterson 2019 Oklahoma Impact Guard
Peterson is a good glue guy. He is always where he is needed and always seems to be trying to do what his team needs of him. Peterson communicates very well. He is always talking on defense telling when screens are coming and how to handle the screen. He also is solid on the offensive end. He has good positioning and is always in the right place. When Peterson gets hot he is tough to stop.
Kyler Hensley 2019 Oklahoma Impact Post
Hensley is a Post that comfortable in the paint. He is a good rebounder that does a lot of work on the offensive glass. He works hard and is active on the defensive end of the court. He has a lot of length which makes it hard for opponents to shoot over him. He also is not afraid to step out and take some shots from the perimeter. He is also a good passer finding the open man on the perimeter when the ball is given to him at the high post.
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