Top Bigs from the Prep Hoops Oklahoma State Tournament

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Posted On: 05/20/18 4:54 PM

Jacob Germany 2019 Team Griffin Post

Germany is one of the best players in the 2019 class in the state of Oklahoma. He rebounds the ball well on both ends of the court and can throw down some nasty dunks if he is left open. Germany started to get another aspect of his game to fall for him. He started to knock down his mid-range jumper. He had struggled to get it to fall for him at the beginning of the summer, but he seems to have found his stroke. 

Blake Owens 2019 Oklahoma Wolfpack Post

Owens played well all weekend. He was one of the leaders on his team in points, rebounds, and blocks. He dominated his opponents in his Iso action. He is a good stretch four with the ability to handle the ball and shoot from the perimeter. He creates his own shots and does not shy away from the ball. He wants the ball in his hands and he wants to be able to create for him or his teammates. 

Jameson Richardson 2020 Team Griffin Post 

Richardson is a stretch four. He spaces out the defense because of his ability to knock down shots from the perimeter. He is good on all three levels as he can bang down low, hit his mid-range shot, or step beyond the arc. Richardson can defend down low well. He protects the rim well and gets multiple blocks a game. Richardson will be a player to keep an eye on as he continues to round out his game. 

Austin Brewer 2020 Crab5 Post 

Brewer is a big with a lot of height. He utilizes his height in the game to get rebounds on both ends of the court. He creates second-chance points with his work ethic on the offensive board. Brewer is good in the paint and can finish at the rim. On the defensive end, he is always trying to affect shots or get in the passing lane. Brewer seems to be a little raw but if he could crack his potential he could develop into a solid post. 

Holden Bryant 2019 Heat Elite Post

Bryant is not a flashy big man. He is a big man that is all about the team. He does what is needed from him. He bangs down low and works inside the paint. On the defensive end, he is always working to cause problems. He forces turnovers with his active hands and affects shots with his length. Bryant has his fundamentals down. He sets good screens, gets the block out when rebounding. He is a solid role player.