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Posted On: 07/26/18 5:30 PM
Get a look at the players that stood out in the 15U bracket from the MHP!
Chucky Hepburn 2021 Team Factory Point Guard
It is easy to why Nebraska, Creighton, and several other High Major programs have shown great interest in Hepburn. He has the “it” factor at the Point Guard spot. The ball handling skills and vision of Hepburn are beyond his years. He can get to his spots and make shots at a moments notice. Out of the entire 15U bracket, Hepburn was easily one of the best individual players. Located in Omaha, Hepburn already has the local NCAA Division I programs on him strong, but will certainly get a fair share of programs regionally and nationally over the next few years. What separates Hepburn is the completive motor he plays with on the floor. Remember the name Hepburn because we will be hearing it before long scoring baskets at the High Major level.
Chase Martin 2022 Oklahoma Run PWP (14U) Wing
This weekend allowed us to see into the future getting a look at a fantastic Oklahoma Run PWP 14U squad. Martin instantly jumped out with his size and skill set at 6’4 and growing. The son of Clay (Jenks Head Coach), Martin has a great feel for the game. The way he attacked the basket fearlessly plus showing he can hit jumpers intrigues me. Martin is going to be one of the best freshmen in high school next year.
Matthew Stone 2021 Oklahoma Run PWP Wing
Stone has passed several of his peers this summer with the work he has put in on the floor. He is becoming one of the best talents in 2021 Oklahoma Class. The scoring skills of Stone being able to put the ball in the basket from all three levels are impressive. The high basketball IQ he has mixed with his competitive fire makes for a complete player. Strength is still an area he has to improve upon. That being said it is clear he is one of the most improved 2021 Oklahoma prospects this year. He is super active and the complete opposite of an entitled star. The little things as small as being willing to rebound in traffic on either side of the ball. Stone is a winner and someone that will do anything to help his team win. He shoots the ball with great touch. Another thing I love about Stone is he does not have to have the ball in his hands to impact the game. There were a lot of positives to draw from the performance Stone put on in Wichita.
Makale Smith 2021 Oklahoma Run PWP Combo Guard
Smith is a competitor that brings the fire for the PWP Black squad. He caught my eye all weekend long with the defensive play he brought each game. The small plays such as breaking up passes, blocking or adjusting shots, and playing tough man to man defense. Smith also drove the basket well finishing strong inside. He has a bright future on the court.
Kameron Parker 2022 Oklahoma Run PWP Point Guard
Parker is another youngin playing up an age this weekend at the MHP. The scoring talents of Parker and his tight handle caught my attention. He plays with a low center gravity allowing him to handle the rock well to create openings. Parker should find some early minutes at Booker T. Washington this year.
Jaylon White 2021 Nike Pro Skills Oklahoma Guard
White has had one of the best springs of any 15U prospect when it comes to bursting onto the scene. He is a similar player to his brother in a lot of respects. White gets downhill super fast. Over the summer he has improved on his quickness and explosion. He is going to be a problem at Norman North for opposing teams. White has a bright future on the court with a lot of room left before he hits his ceiling.
James Brown 2021 Gym Time Hoops Point Guard
Brown continues to make his name known by making plays with the ball in his hands at the Point Guard spot. He can really ignite a team with his scoring talents not to mention the way he saw the floor. Brown is a prospect that is getting better each time on the court as he prepares to make a huge jump with Muskogee this winter.
Keyondre Young 2021 Oklahoma Run PWP Wing
Young is a raw athletic Wing with a super high ceiling. PWP found a diamond in the rough and is starting to polish Young into one of the top talents in the Oklahoma 2021 Class. The size of Young is super intriguing at 6’5 easily with long and lanky arms. Young is filled with potential and reminds me a little of Keylan Boone at this age, who blossomed in his junior year. With continued development Young could turn into an NCAA Division I prospect. He scored the ball best cutting to the basket but also showed he has a nice jumper.
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