Jayhawk Summer Finale (Class of 2021 Forwards)

Grassroots
Missouri

Posted On: 08/11/18 10:00 AM

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

Keyren Spiller 6’3″ KC Run GMC (Center)

A versatile big bodied combo forward who is a tough matchup because he has the physical strength to play bully ball and the finesse and agility to make plays on the move. He handles the ball well and has the ability to get buckets in the lane with his soft shooting touch. He was an All-Conference performer as a freshman at Center.

 

Jonathan Dunn 6’5″ Brad Beal Elite (Chaminade)

An athletic young forward who plays with a high motor which resulted in a lot of productivity over the weekend. He was one of the best offensive rebounders that I watched in the event. He is constantly working the glass and running the court in search of hustle buckets. He handles the ball well and will attack the basket and get good results.

 

Elijah Corner 6’3″ NdaGym (Ruskin)

A very smooth combo forward with good athleticism and an overall skill set. He scored on nice moves in the lane, an effective jump hook and pull up jumpers off the dribble. He has a quick second jump around the basket which resulted in several put back buckets. On top of that, he showcased some 3-point shooting ability.

 

Lance Hackney 6’6″ Brad Beal Elite (Lutheran St. Charles)

A big physical post player who made positive strikes over the course of the summer.He really did a nice job on the offensive boards when he came up with a lot of putback buckets in key parts of games. He did a good job of using his big body to carve out space underneath get good position.

 

Lance Hafar 6’6″ All-Missouri Attack (Reeds Spring)

A long and lanky young post player who has good mobility and a nice shooting touch around the basket. I was impressed with his ability to knock down his free throws. He manages to hold his own in the physical game despite his slight build. His overall skill set is solid, which will make him tough to handle as he gets older and physically stronger.