Posted On: 05/19/18 12:08 AM
Quentin Harvey 2019 Ball4Life Post
Harvey has shown extreme growth since the high school season. He is a presence in the paint. While in the game he was dominant on the offensive end and forced his opponents to earn their points on the defensive end. Harvey can score at the rim well whether it is through contact or not. He plays fearless and takes it at whoever his opponent is. He showed off his athleticism with a huge put-back jam off a missed free throw. Harvey is a player who is developing quickly and will be fun to keep an eye on.
Drew Tennial 2019 Team Griffin Wing
Tennial continued his strong start to the summer. He played fast and strong took it at his opponents. He is best on the drive and taking it to his opponent. He has good athleticism which allows him to finish through contact. Tennial’s game was slowed when he left the game with a lower leg injury but he returned later in the game playing with the same amount of intensity. Tennial has picked up two NCAA Division I offers this summer and will look to continue his impressive start to the summer.
Jacob Germany 2019 Team Griffin Post
Germany was a beast on the defensive end. He was blocking or affecting shots all night. He forced teams to shoot over him or get blocked. He rebounded the ball well throughout the night on both ends of the ball. He also found his rhythm on the offensive end as he started to rack up the points. Germany already holds four NCAA Division I offers and is sure to pick up more if he keeps playing as well as he has.
Desmon Elliott 2019 Servants Post
Elliott is a stretch four. He has sneaky athleticism and can step out the perimeter and knock down a trey. On the defensive end, he has active hands. He is working constantly either getting is hands on a pass or affecting a shot. He has the length which allows him to block shots easier. Elliott is a good player that has a big upside. He Weill interesting to see how he continues to develop over the summer.
Josh Robinson 2019 Oklahoma Power Wing
Robinson is the type of Wing that coaches love to have. He works hard for the team uses what he is best at to make his team better. He is a good rebounder who gets down low and skies for the boards. He is comfortable on the ball and is not afraid to attack the basket while beating his man with his handles.
Blake Owens 2019 Oklahoma Wolfpack Post
Owens is a hard working Post. He understands his strengths and plays to them. He rebounds the ball well and uses his length to affect shots on the defensive end. His rebounding ability often times get him second-chance points on the offensive end of the court. Also on the offensive end, he is a stretch four. He has good handles and can put the ball on the floor well. Owens has a lot of potential and could end up surprising a few people.