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Posted On: 05/29/18 8:39 PM
Carolina Wolves 2019 Guard Nate Yow: One of the more fundamentally sound players that we got the chance to see. He can knock down the trey ball with high efficiency, does a good job of defending without fouling and is a very good passer. All of the things that you like to see from a Point Guard that will be going into his Senior year of high school basketball, he will be one for colleges to keep an eye on for the rest of the summer and at Grace Christian.
Team Explosion 2019 Guard Ryan Bledsoe: He is one of those players that you don’t have to watch for a very long time before you can see that he is a ballplayer. He plays the game with a swagger that you have to like and respect, and it’s infectious as he gives the rest of the squad the confidence to make plays. He doesn’t get rattled regardless of who is defending him and he gets nice elevation on his jump shot which allows him to get a shot off against just about any guard that is attempting to defend him.
Defenders Elite 2019 Wing Brandon Christian: This wasn’t our first time seeing him so we already knew some of the things he could do well and once again he did not disappoint. He scored the ball at a nice rate, played solid defense and was active on the boards pulling down rebounds, a solid overall showing.
Olympus Elite 2018 Forward Nick Kenton: One of the better forward prospects that we saw throughout the entire event. At 6’7 he already has the height of a college forward, he does a nice job of keeping the game simple and not trying to do too much. One of the things that we noticed and liked about him is how he keeps the ball high when he is inside the paint, its one thing to be tall, it’s another things to understand how to use your height to your advantage.
Carolina Wolves 2019 Forward Julian Steinfield: Anytime that you have a player of his size at 6’10 with the skillset that he has, you have to be intrigued. He can shoot the ball from three point range, block shots, and was one of the better rebounder in the state averaging a double/double a night. Schools have begun to take notice and should keep an eye on him this summer.