Big Shots Greensboro Top AM Perfomers

Grassroots
North Carolina

Posted On: 05/26/18 6:42 PM

WCBA 2019 Guard Isaiah Lewis: The smooth lefty had a bigtime game in their matchup with Team Felton, shooting the ball from deep extremely well during that game and finding ways to penetrate the defense was what made him dangerous. He has decent size for a player at the Guard spot and his wingspan is fairly long for a player his height, the confidence he plays with and the desire to have the ball in his hands during clutch situations is part of the reason his team pulled off the upset.

WBCA 2019 Guard Phillip Burwell: One of the better scorers that we saw all tournament, he has a gift for converting difficult shots and percentage wise he was efficient. One of his most impressive performances came against the MOV Elite squad where he went for 30 points and a win. Anytime you have a player that can score at a high level but also help his team get wins, then you have a player that want on your squad.

Team Felton 2019 Forward Greg Gantt: One of the top prospects at the event, Gantt only played one game due to his participation in the Josh Level Classic that day. However he showed why he has been receiving so much attention as he was dominant in the matchups that he was presented with. Greg has the versatility that will allow his transition to the college level to go pretty smoothly, what you have to really like is the fact that he knows how to play with other talented players.

MOV Elite 2019 Guard Brady Snyder: One of the better PG prospects that we saw on the day, he has a mature game and doesn’t seem to get rattled by much. He does a nice job of breaking defensive pressure and getting his team into their sets, scoring wise he has the ability to knock down shots, but doesn’t look to do that first all the time. Instead he balances getting his teammates involved with getting his own offense which helps to make him that much more dangerous.

Big Shots 2020 Forward Nick Farrar: Since the first time we saw him play earlier in the spring, he has continued to play at a very high level. What we would describe as an inside/out player, he can score the ball well in the paint but can face up midrange and deep to score the ball at a nice level.