KAMO Shootout: Sunday Stock Risers

High School
Missouri

Posted On: 06/10/18 11:00 PM

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. — Hosted by Shawnee Mission East, the annual KaMo Shootout has earned a reputation as one of the midwest’s premier summer events for high school teams.

This event tipped off on Friday and wrapped up on Sunday with championship brackets being played. Here, Prep Hoops takes a look at some of the events top performers on Saturday.

2-Reed Levi, 6’3,  F, Rockhurst (Mo.)

Levi is a hard-working forward who earns his stripes by staying active around the rim. He’s a physical big who moves well without the ball and can stay with his opponent and keep them out of position. He does a lot when few are looking.

22 — Curtis Martin, 5’11, G, 2019, Rolla (Mo.)

Martin is a talented guard who handles the ball well and can break down a defense off the dribble. He has the ability to pull-up off the bounce for mid-range shots, can shoot the 3 or get all the way to the bucket. He had a good weekend leading a young Rolla team.

32-Reggie Morris, 6’0, G, 2020, Grandview (Mo.)

Morris can find his shot in a hurry. He has a clean stroke and a quick release. It rarely matters where he catches it behind the line. If he has the space, Morris will let it fly. Morris is also a talented ball handler and passer. He enjoys throwing passes inside and can find his teammates who are looking for a dunk.

20 — Antoinne Nunn, 5’10, G, 2019, Belton (Mo.)

One of the top cover corner prospects in the Kansas City area, Nunn brings toughness and a competitive mentality to the floor for Belton. He handles the ball quite a bit for the Pirates and helped his team get settled down and its stuff, and really works hard at the defensive end of the floor as he really gets into opponents.

21-Marcus Teahan, 6’1, G, 2019, Rockhurst (Mo.)

A scrappy player who knows how to come up big. Teahan has a clean shot from deep and a knack for blocking shots in the midrange area. Offense is where Teahan really shines. He loves the cross court pass and is excellent from deep. His spot is the wing 3-pointer and he proves he can consistently knock it down when given the look.