2020 Top Performers : Sizzlin Summer Shootout

High School
South Carolina

Posted On: 06/30/18 9:18 AM

Prep Hoops takes a look at some of the 2020 Top Performers from the Sizzlin Summer Shootout at Greenville HS this past week in Greenville, SC.

Dorian Miles (2020) – Eastside HS (Taylors)  (pictured on front) 

Miles played like a mad man today for the Eagles. Miles was bringing the ball up the floor and driving it to the cup. Miles a undersized post player likes to put the ball on the deck every time he seems to touch it. Miles plays below the rim and is a great passer on the floor. Miles played with so much more energy today than he did earlier in the week at the Camp of Champs at Upward Stars Center.

Miles had a V8 shot or something today because he really did play out of his mind on both ends of the floor for the Eagles. Miles has a really nice stroke from the foul line. Miles will play AAU with Upward Stars Upstate Silver 16U this July.

Cody Cowan

Cody Cowan (2020) – Greer HS 

Cowan 6’4 was a pleasant surprise today at the Summer Sizzlin Shootout. Cowan knocked down shots all day long on the perimeter. Cowan needs time and space for his shot but made a high percentage of his looks. Cowan a combo forward defended the post on the defensive end.

Montez Frazier

Montez Frazier (2020) – Wren HS (Piedmont) 

Frazier recently transferred over to Wren HS from nearby Palmetto HS. Frazier was a constant pest on defense all day long for the Hurricanes. Frazier had a endless amount of layups in transition and in the back court after picking off passes. Frazier left-handed guard likes to attack the basket every time he gets the ball. Frazier a down-hill driver will compliment the rest of the Hurricanes squad this season.

Mondez Frazier

Mondez Frazier (2020) – Wren HS (Piedmont) 

Mondez is the other half of the Frazier twins. Mondez connected on several three pointers today. Mondez just like his brother is a tenacious defender and constantly bullying opponents. Mondez a left-handed shooting guard prefers to play on perimeter and utilize his set shot.  The Frazier boys play AAU with the Anderson Knights. Both players also excel on the gridiron.

Josiah Agnew (2020) 5’11 point guard is no longer enrolled at Belton-Honea Path according to the Bears Coaching Staff. Agnew is back in Georgia at a new school.

Tyler Bowens (2020) was not in attendance at the Sizzlin Summer Shootout for the Greenville Tech Warriors.