Jayhawk Summer Finale (Class of 2021 Wings)


Posted On: 08/10/18 10:00 AM

Here is a look at the top Missouri Class of 2021 wings at the Jayhawk Summer Finale in Overland Park, KS.

Chevy Brenson 6’3″ Brad Beal Elite (Christian-O’Fallon)

An athletic and versatile performer who played well in the 15U tournament, then came up to the 16Us for bracket play and helped them win a championship. His activity and high motor not only made him very productive, but it also sparked his teammates to compete at a higher level. His size and athleticism enabled him to defend multiple positions on defense. On offense, he was at his best when attacking the basket and getting buckets at the rim.


Najee Williams 6’3″ Marcus Denmon Elite (Truman)

A very impressive young athlete with good size and length, Najee displayed the ability to score in a variety of ways. He could easily elevate over defenders to shoot his jumper in the lane. He attacked the rim well and also threw down a dunk in the half court set. He was also good on the offensive boards with his quick second jump under the basket. I like his upside.


Eli Cook 6’0″ All-Missouri Attack (Mansfield)

A thick combo guard who displayed an excellent all-around game throughout the weekend. He proved to be a very good playmaker with his ball handling and court vision. He did a nice job of passing the ball in traffic for easy buckets.Eli can really operate out of the high post as a passer and scoring threat. He is physical enough to get tough buckets in the lane and get three-point plays.

(photo courtesy of SWMO Basketball)


Cachao Gianquinto 6’3″ MO Team Carroll (Battle)

The talented young shooting guard saw duty at both the 15U and 16U levels during the weekend. He has good size and a lot of offensive ability, especially when it comes to shooting the basketball. He has a smooth stroke from 3-point range and he is starting to put the ball on the floor to compliment his shooting range.


Bradyn Porter 6’4″ All-Missouri Attack (Marshfield)

A long and lean wing player who is poised to be a strong factor as a sophomore at Marshfield. His combination of size and a versatile skill set make a player to watch in the future. He has good handles and can shoot the ball well from 3-point range. He is mobile and very comfortable on the perimeter. Looking forward to seeing the growth in his game.

(photo courtesy of SWMO Basketball)