Posted On: 08/30/18 3:06 PM
Prep Hoops saw a ton of talent statewide this summer. In this article, we continue a series talking about the biggest summer stock risers from Oklahoma.
Matthew Stone 2021 Oklahoma Run PWP Wing
Stone might have had the best summer of any Oklahoma 2021 prospect. The way he can fill it up by scoring at three levels was impressive to watch. He most notably shot the ball really well this summer. Stone is starting to sprout up in height as well, keep in mind his brother is 6’9. I am not sure how tall he gets, but one thing is for sure, Stone is going to be a Division I recruit.
Kendural Jolly 2020 Team Buddy Buckets Point Guard
Over this summer Jolly proved his worth on the court as an effective Point Guard. The quick pace of Jolly with the ball in his hands opens up the offense. He scored it well attacking the basket, which also led him to find openings on from three-point range. Jolly is a deadeye shooter and when he gets hot is extremely hard to slow down. The chip he plays with on the court is fun to watch. Jolly is a prospect that is rising to be one of the best NCAA Division II recruits in the 2020 Oklahoma Class.
Jalen Breath 2020 Oklahoma Run PWP Post
Breath is a prospect that seems to have a ton of upside in the Post. At 6’8 in the paint, Breath has always stood out because of his height. As with many big guys, it takes a bit for most to develop into their body on the court. This summer Breath made great strides showing his ability to finish around the basket. He also became a force rebounding the ball. It will be interesting to see how much Breath can continue to improve over the next year.
Kavon Key 2020 Oklahoma Hustle Wing
Key is a strong athlete built like a linebacker on the Wing. He drives the ball extremely strong to the paint using his physicality to power in buckets. The jump shot of Key is slowly improving each year. The area Key dominates is on the defensive end waring down his opponent throughout the game. Key has a bright future on the court.
Jaden Bray 2021 Pro Skills Oklahoma Point Guard
Bray did not finish the summer with Pro Skills, but had such a great showing this summer he deserved to make the list. The passion he brings every second of the game is refreshing to scout. Bray makes others around him better. The height, quickness, and athleticism of Bray are off the charts. He must improve his jumper to take his game to another level. Bray brings it on defense thriving off of steals that lead to easy buckets. Bray is hard to project at the point for the college level. One thing is for certain he will be a college player.
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