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Posted On: 09/20/18 12:53 PM
The Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo allowed Michigan high school basketball players to display the improvements they’ve made to their games over grassroots season. We’ll take a look at upperclassmen at the Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo who have raised their stock as prospects.
Britton Angell (2019, 6’3”, G/F, Crossroads Charter Academy)
Angell showed the ability to take over a game. At one point he scored 3 buckets in a row with a forced turnover in the middle. The kid has next level talent. He’s versatile with nice size.
Jamaal Bailey (2019, 6’0”, G, Godwin Heights)
Bailey put his athleticism on display. He’s a smooth and smart player who can score at multiple levels.
Trevor Boers (2019, 6’9”, F/C, Capac)
What was at one time, a big with tons of potential, has now become one of the top prospects in Michigan. Boers is a post player that can play outside-in as well as inside-out.
Tahj Chatman (2019, 6’2”, G, Ypsilanti-Lincoln)
Chatman put his defense on display at the Top 250. He was one of the best perimeter defenders at the camp. Chatman also handled the ball well and showed a nice mid range jumper.
Jalen Fisher (2019, 6’0”, G, Ypsilanti-Lincoln)
Fisher was a true team player. He defended at high level at the camp. Fisher handled the ball well as a floor leader and distributed to open teammates.
Michael Raisch (2019, 6’5”, G/F, Oxford)
Raisch was a matchup nightmare at the Top 250. His size and versatility make him near impossible to stop. Raisch is a threat to score from anywhere on the floor.
Evan Thomas (2019, 6’4”, G, Okemos)
Thomas might have made the biggest impression at the Top 250. His skill set was the subject of a lot of talk after the camp. The kid is college ready physically. Thomas is a player worthy of a scholarship.
Josh Warren (2019, 5’10, G, Woodhaven)
Warren impressed with his athleticism. He pushed the ball in transition and created scoring opportunities for himself and his teammates. Warren is a dynamic player who plays with flare.
Tarron Carter (2020, 6’4”, F, Southfield Christian)
I can’t recall seeing Carter make a mistake at the Top 250. He’s a good athlete, but plays with great control. He’s a versatile kid who can guard multiple positions.
Nathan Lauer (2020, 6’2”, G, Grand Rapids Angels)
Lauer has a mature game with a high basketball IQ. With his ability to hit a jumper, distribute, and play defense……the Grand Rapids Angels will have a new weapon.
Zach Maynard (2020, G, Brother Rice)
Maynard continued to impress at the Top 250. He’s had one of the best spring-fall seasons in the state. He’s been a weapon defensively and has developed some nasty moves to get to the bucket.
Josiah Shamsiddeen (2020, 5’10, G, Holt)
Shamsiddeen made me stop in my tracks at the Top 250. His ability to organize a team and handle the ball was superb. Shamsiddeen kept his dribble low and close, and his passes were crisp and on target.
Isaac Warning (2020, 6’4”, Kenowa Hills)
Warning was a force. He is strong and thick and knew how to use it. Warning boxed out well and had strong hands when securing a rebound.