Username or Email Address
Posted On: 07/25/18 8:35 PM
River City Reign 2018 Forward Tyrek Williams: Originally committed to Norfolk State, it looks like he may be doing a year of prep school or JUCO this upcoming season. With that being said, he was very impressive in the games that we got to see him play scoring and rebounding the ball at a high rate.
Team Loaded 804 VA 2019 Center Jaden Frazier: At 6’10 he is going to catch your attention rather quickly but what should be really noticed is how skilled he is. On multiple possessions he showed patience when he got the ball in the post, but also his ability to make plays facing up or with his back to the basket. He is not a finished product yet but his upside is clear and he is one that you have to be very intrigued with.
Big Shots Elite 2019 Forward Daniel Lobach: Good size for a post player at the smaller college level, he has picked up some interest from schools at: D1, D2, and D3, the key for him now will be to be consistently aggressive. Throughout the spring live period he had some really nice showings and displayed good potential and upside.
Team Felton 2019 Forward/Center Emmanuel Izunabor: The progression that he has made over the years has been special, he has put in some time getting better on the court and lifting weights without a doubt. With a few D1 offers already under his belt, the thing you have to like about him is how hard he plays and how unselfish of a player he is. You don’t have to worry about running a ton of plays for him, he’s going to hit the glass on both ends of the floor and protect the basket by blocking shots.
Team Felton 2019 Forward/Center Mike Fowler: Another player that has improved in a major way over the past few years, he’s picked up some offer and interest and should have a nice final showing at UAA Finals. In their matchup with Big Shots Elite, he was the player that really got the offense going for the team, knocking down some shots from midrange which caused the Big Shots defense to adjust.
Team Loaded 804 VA 2019 Forward Darryl Anderson: Nice versatility, his rebounding and scoring are some of the things that we took notice of. At 6’7 with some of the tools that he has, there is no coincidence that he has found his way on to the clipboard of quite a few college programs.