Posted On: 04/17/18 3:37 PM
On Saturday, Team Parsons held a Pre-Live Shootout event at The First Academy in Orlando.
Teams filled the three courts the entire day including every single CP25 team.
It was a good day of hoops with a handful of really good performances.
Here is a look at the second and final part of the top standouts from the day.
ICYMI: Part 1
Michael Eads (Edgewater/Team CP25)
A mature 2020 guard, Michael Eads has the vision that you desire from a two guard. At 6’5″, his athleticness and pure basketball mind help him put up numbers at a consistent clip. For Edgewater and Team Parsons, he’s a true leader with the ball in his hands.
Arthur Frigo (Oxbridge/Ball4Lyfe United)
I came away highly impressed with 2021 Oxbridge forward Arthur Frigo. The big bodied forward put himself in good positions consistently for Ball4Lyfe United. At 6’5″, Frigo is not in the best shape, but he’s still only a freshman and has a ton of time to hit the weight room and work on that. His inside presence is impressive.
Jamille Reynolds (Lakewood/E1T1)
There is a reason so many college programs are asking about Jamille Reynolds. The 2020 forward is a gifted talent at 6’9″. He certainly has some time to add to his frame weight wise, but he has a nice mid-range touch, good floater and awareness inside on both ends of the floor.
Darius Johnson (Team CP25)
Coming down from Virginia Episcopal, Darius Johnson is quite the athlete at 2021. At 6’0″, he’s likely to land at an Orlando program possibly Master’s Academy from what I was told. Johnson is in fantastic shape, packed with muscle which helps him attack with ease.
Tyrus Jackson (Riverview/Team CP25)
Riverview is going to need someone to run the point and someone who has done that in the past is Tyrus Jackson. The 2019 guard is playing on a sound Team CP25 Select group this summer. At 6’4″, he’s able to connect from outside, drive and kick it out to his teammates.
Ethan Williams (West Oaks/Showtime Ballers)
Perhaps only 5’10”, there is an up and comer at West Oaks by the name of Ethan Williams. The 2021 guard displayed some craftiness as a finisher for the Showtime Ballers on Saturday. He’s not done growing and for now, his confidence is impressive for a youngster.
Alex Fudge (Lee/Team CP25)
Based on length alone, it is hard not to project Alex Fudge as something special. The 2021 Lee product plays for a fun and talented Team Parsons 15U group. Fudge stands at 6’5″ and is very skinny. But he hasn’t grown into his body and he could mature this summer rather quickly. He isn’t afraid to drive into the lane and generate contact.