Posted On: 09/24/18 10:33 PM

The Prep Hoops Top 250 came to Hanover High School on Sunday, where the talent pool was deep, and the games competitive. Here we continue our coverage of the event by highlighting seven other seniors who stood out.

Teon Tiller | 6’0” PG | Thomas Jefferson 

Teon Tiller

Tiller stood out on his ability to play in transition and make plays for himself and for others. He was effective when he got downhill, and he showed great wiggle and handle to beat his man off the bounce and get into the paint. At the rim he showed terrific body control and strength and he finished through contact consistently, and he made some great passes to his bigs and shooters as well.

Bryce Douglas | 6’0” PG | Centreville

Bryce Douglas

When it comes to scoring ability, Douglass was as good as anyone in the building. The 6’0” combo guard showed the ability to create shots for himself off the bounce, and he worked well off the basketball where he moved and cut and showed great footwork getting into his shot. He was a guy that was both efficient and he made plays others couldn’t make, and when he was left open he made the other team pay.

Girardi Cubillan | 6’6” F | James Monroe

One of the new faces in Virginia, Cubillan should be an immediate impact player in the Fredericksburg area at James Monroe. He has a terrific frame, with long arms at 6’6” and a big and strong upper body he kept getting to the rim on Sunday and finished through contact and with authority. He can play above the rim, he showed a high motor and while he needs to continue to develop he has the ability to put it on the deck and get to the basket easily. 

Moses Nuangki | 6’3” WG | Carlisle

Moses Nuangki

The Carlisle senior is set to be one of the breakout players in the VISAA this season as he’ll pick up a lot of the scoring that will be left with the departure of BJ Fitzgerald to Norfolk State. Nuangki, who hails from Australia, showed the ability to get to the basket whenever he wanted to and often finished above the rim. He showed bounce, was aggressive on the offensive end and he showed improvement on his jump shot.

Corbin Slayton | 6’0” WG | LC Bird

Corbin Slayton

When it comes to just a flat out scorer, Slayton was among the best there. He gets hot very quickly, and when he starts to feel it he goes into takeover mode and is able to create shots at will. He can score it whether he’s on or off the basketball, and he showed a great pull-up game off the bounce and in the midrange.

Chinguun Ganbold | 6’3” WF | WT Woodson

Chinguun Ganbold

There’s something to be said about a crafty player who has a good feel for the game, and that’s exactly what Ganbold does. He can play and guard multiple positions, he’s a great help side defender and he’s always in the right place at the right time. He can shoot the midrange and he’s a strong finisher around the basket.

David Penney | 6’0” PG | Middleburg

There were plenty of dynamic point guards in attendance, and Middleburg’s David Penney made a name for himself while he was here. The lead guard hailing from Canada was dynamic in every way, especially with the ball in his hands as he was able to change speeds, create space and make shots from all over the floor. He was quick and explosive off his feet and he had great shift and wiggle when getting downhill.