Posted On: 07/15/18 9:46 PM
GASO WICHITA: Oklahoma Top Stock Risers
The Great American Shootout Midwest wrapped up play on Sunday at Wichita Hoops Facility in Bel Aire, Kan. with several standout performances taking place in the final stages of bracket play.
Here, Prep Hoops Kansas takes a look at several Oklahoma players who raised their profile throughout the weekend.
0 — Konner Davis, 5’7, G, 2020, Oologahtala (Okla.), Oklahoma Red PWP 16U Red
Kid can really fill it up with the best of them. He’s not very big, but don’t let that fool you — he can get buckets. Davis has a quick, compact left handed release and when his feet are set he is nearly automatic. Her can create his own shot off the bounce, or can run action off the ball and come off screens to free himself up. Davis is a creative passer, gets to the bucket and finishes over and around bigger players. He is definitely a player to watch in Oklahoma going forward.
23 — Joshua Robinson, 6’5, F, 2019, Norman North (Okla.), Oklahoma Power 17U Elite
Robinson is an elite shooter with good size and mobility and showed throughout the weekend he can play on the perimeter as a hybrid wing/stretch forward or can mix it up in the paint when needed. He has a nice step back jumper off the bounce that he uses to create space and does a nice job running off the ball and setting up defenders with action away from the ball.
11 — Peter Lymberopoulos, 6’1, G, 2020, Jenks (Okla.), BTR 16U
Lymbaropoulos has as smooth a 3-point stroke as we saw throughout the weekend in Wichita as he consistently knocked down open 3-pointers. He has a repeatable shooting stroke and has a smooth, easy release. He knocked down five 3-pointers in the first half of a Friday contest against WKE Eddy and finished with xx points.
35 — Marquies Gatewood, 6’8, F/C, 2018, Putnam City West (Okla.), Oklahoma Power 17U Elite
A 2018 player, Gatewood had a good weekend in Wichita mixing it up in the paint. He is a big man with terrific mobility who runs the floor well, defends the paint and shows the ability to finish tough plays around the basket.
1 — Brandon Jefferson, 6’3, G, 2020, Tulsa Central, BTR 16U
Jefferson has good size and combines it with a strong, versatile skill set. He can play on the perimeter and help lead an offense with his passing abilities and size, can get to the basket off the bounce and has the ability to finish around the basket in traffic.