Posted On: 07/25/18 5:34 PM

Who were the top Post players at the MHP event this past weekend? Prep Hoops dives in!

Jeremiah Robinson-Earl 2019 KC Run GMC Forward

 

Robinson was a problem for every team he faced this weekend. He brings it each game that is the biggest thing I learned this weekend. Everyone knew coming in he was going to be the most talented player, but he came out and proved it each game. He scores the ball effortlessly. Robinson-Earl was a mismatch at 6’8 due to his size, sneaky quickness, and versatility. It is easy to see why he is a High Major NCAA Division I recruit.

 

Dalen Ridgnal 2019 KC Spurs Post

 

Ridgnal is a talented athletic Forward I have been able to watch over the years. This weekend was no different for Ridgnal. He brought great effort, toughness, showed off his athleticism on both ends, and why he is a Low Major NCAA Division I talent. I love the way he competes at all times on the floor. Ridgnal was a monster on the boards and finished well inside.

 

Jacob Germany 2019 Team Griffin Post

 

Germany scored effortlessly this weekend pushing his team to a deep run in the 17U bracket at MHP. The sneaky athleticism Germany has mixed with him being skilled gave problems to opponents. He played with even a little mean streak at times, which was great to see. Effort every game is the biggest thing holding Germany back from being a High Major recruit. I did feel he played some of his best basketball this weekend. Germany should hear from several new college programs.

 

 

Gavin Terhark 2020 Pentagon Schoolers Post

 

Terhark was a rejection king for the Pentagon Schoolers sending shots into the stands left and right. The length of Terhark is very intriguing to watch with the body control he had in the paint on defense. On offense, he did show the ability to have some nice touch around the rim. Terhark is making some noise at the 17U level playing up an age. NCAA Division II programs will love what he brings to the table.

 

Camden Bialas 2019 South Dakota Attack Post

 

Bialas is a steal for any college at the next level. He has a 30 on his ACT making him a likely full scholarship academic player at most college programs. On top of that the kid can play in the paint. He was big time for his squad making plays at both ends. I loved best the way he competed on the defensive end working to adjust or block every shot.

 

Moochie Beail 2019 Gym Time Hoops Post

 

Beail is a talented 7’ Post impacting the game at both ends. He made his name known most with great play on defense. Beail is starting to show he can score pretty well down low as well. He is going to be a talent to watch. The biggest question will be can he qualify. If he can he will have a ton of suitors.

 

Nigel John 2019 Team Allegiance Post

 

The 6’10 big out of Texas was a problem down low for every team he faced. He was able to catch the ball on the block and make a move to the basket. John put opposing teams in the rim on offense. John was also good at adjusting and blocking shots around the rim. He could be the find of the weekend.

 

 

Shon Robinson 2020 Jamal Murray Elite Forward

 

Robinson was a monster on the block all weekend long. He is a force being able to lock opposing players down with super active play to go along with his great athleticism. The hops of Robinson were displayed on both ends of the floor. Dunks and blocks were what first caught my interest. However, it is the way he shoots the ball from three-point range that most intrigued me about his game. Robinson is one of the best talents in the entire tournament in the Post. He is going to make a High Major program very happy filling the four spot role for them.

 

 

Brayden Haddock 2020 Tulsa Hawks Post

 

Haddock is the brother of Brooks Haddock, but has a very different game than his brother. At 6’5 Haddock is raw scoring down low on the block. He showed a nice hook shot that helped him to score. Haddock will make a nice small college prospect as a four man in the Oklahoma 2020 Class.