Posted On: 07/26/18 12:46 PM
The Missouri sharpshooter was unconscious when we saw his squad on Saturday, canning six 3s en route to a team-high 18 points in a win over Heat Elite. The Grandview High rising senior is without a doubt one of the very best shooters in the Midwest.
He canned seven 3-balls against MOKAN EYBL, making the six that Deandre Sorrells hit second most in that game. Clark was amazing in the loss, and was firing from anywhere and everywhere with utter confidence. He even hit one off-balance from one leg off the bounce.
Kimberlin is one of part of the dynamic shooting trio that Heat Elite put on the floor against MOKAN EYBL. He scored 15 points in that hard-fought loss, all of them coming from his five 3-balls made. The Chanute shooting guard will put in a slew of 3s next season for the Blue Comets.
Howard Pulley EYBL were put to the test during an Elite 8 match-up with Team Iowa White. And if it wasn’t for this Mankato East sniper hitting some timely 3-balls they might not have been able to pull away. Madson hit three 3s while showing off beautiful form and some great elevation on his jumper.
Cooper was one of the best scorers we saw last weekend, and it was his quick release and perfect arch that made his deep ball one of the more mesmerizing. The Lansing High sharpshooter was the high-scorer in a win over SW Iowa Select, going for 19 points and hitting four 3s in that one.
Every one of this Council Bluffs Lincoln product’s 12 points came from beyond the arch, and he was feeling it during his team’s win over Iowa Cornsharks on Sunday. His four 3-balls in that win really come as little surprise; he rained in 37 3s last season at a 48 percent clip for the Lynx.
Drive 5 out of Kansas has a really nice squad and Nathan Burger is part of their especially strong group of guards. Burger hit some timely 3s and finished with three of them total during a narrow loss to MOKAN Select. His 17 points in that game was a game-high and showcased his versatility as a scorer.
The Lynnville-Sully shooting guard was a steady hand for Iowa Intensity all weekend. He was overshadowed a bit by Jake Hull’s multiple 40-point performances, but still not unseen. Kuhlmann hit five 3s in the two games we saw his squad play, and when left open, he’s very dangerous from deep.