Capitol Hoops Summer League Scoring Leaders

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Posted On: 08/8/18 10:59 PM

The Capitol Hoops Summer League at DeMatha was a huge success this summer as it brought entertaining games all throughout the month of June. In this article I gave a rundown of the top five scorers from summer league.

2019 Qudus Wahab | Flint Hill

Qudus Wahab

The big man from Flint Hill had an outstanding summer at every event in played in this summer. The cool thing about summer league is we were able to see him multiple times a week. He averaged 24.8 points per game during summer league and really established himself as one of the big men in the area and nationally. He recently cut his list to 12 schools which includes Ohio State, Temple, Miami, Rhode Island, VCU, Syracuse, Georgetown, Louisville, Pittsburgh, LSU, UConn and Virginia Tech.

2020 Canin Reynolds | Landon

Canin Reynolds

Canin was one of the more fun players to watch during summer league. He had some monster performances where he put up huge numbers in multiple different categories. He was second in scoring averaging 23.0 points per game. He is always a must watch when he is on the court because he can flat out score the basketball.

2021 Kino Lilly | Landon

Canin’s running mate for Landon was third in scoring during summer league averaging 21.8 points per game. This duo of Lilly and Reynolds of Landon led them to a 6-4 record. Lilly displayed some great shooting and baskets in transition all summer long. Landon is hoping this duo will help lead them to a IAC championship this upcoming high school season.

2020 Ronald Polite | Oxon Hill

Ronald Polite

Polite led Oxon Hill with 21.2 points per game and really stood out on a team that did not have the greatest record in summer league. He was constantly getting buckets while he was on the court. He finished the summer off with the most field goal attempts made.

2019 Jay Heath | DC Evolution

Jay Heath

The Boston College commit had it going all summer leading his team to an undefeated regular season and finishing the job in the playoffs by winning the championship. Heath averaged 21.1 points during summer league and looked everything like a high major prospect. Props to Boston College and their staff for locking Heath in to commit early.