Posted On: 07/22/18 12:00 PM
The Hardwood Classic concluded its action on Sunday with several standout performances taking place in the final stages of pool play.
Here, Prep Hoops Kansas takes a look at several players who shot the ball well from distance throughout the event.
23 — Braden Belt, 6’0, G, 2019, Andover, SSA Elite Black
Belt put together a big performance, scoring 19 points to help SSA Elite Black advance to the quarterfinals on Saturday, He had a big weekend shooting the ball, going for 20 points in a Thursday night showcase against MoKan Elite 17U squad, helping his SSA Elite team hang tough until midway through the second half. He is sleight of build, but has good quickness, and is a knock down shooter, featuring terrific form and balance from the perimeter.
2 — Cevin Clark, 5’11, G, 2019, Arkansas City, Heat Elite
Clark is one of the state’s top shooters and all-around players and continues to expand his game at both ends of the floor. On Saturday, he showcased an all-around game against MoKan Elite, knocking down three 3-pointers and scoring 15 points in the first half as he showcased a pull-up jumper and a floater in the lane. He handles the ball well under pressure and brings poise and leadership to the court.
13 — TJ Fritz, 6’3, G, 2019, Wamego, SSA Elite White
Fritz put together a big weekend shooting the ball for SSA Elite White as he connected on 15 3-pointers and averaged more than 17 points per game. He is a left hander who can get hot from distance, but also has a well-rounded offensive game and is capable of scoring in transition, getting garbage buckets around the basket and competes at both ends of the floor.
5 — Jack Moellers, 6’0, G, 2020, St. Thomas Aquinas, KC Spurs Black 16U
Moellers is making a case for himself as the state’s top perimeter shooter and he had it all working in a Saturday bracket game against MoKan Elite as he knocked down seven 3-pointers and helped the Spurs keep it close throughout. He has a quick shooting release and has range well beyond the 3-point arc. Moellers also shouldered a lot of the ball handling duties for his team and proved to be solid throughout the weekend.
7 — Tyler Rollwagon, 6’1, PG, 2019, Gardner, Team KC
Rollwagon can play both guard spots and is a knock down shooter from behind the 3-point arc. He had several strong shooting performances throughout the weekend and also showed the ability to handle the point guard duties where he brings poise to the floor.