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Posted On: 09/11/18 7:49 PM
Year 3 of the Prep Hoops Top 250 took place in Florida on Sunday.
The 2018 showcase was held at Daytona Mainland High School where a record 220 prospects competed on the day. 12 college programs were on hand with 10 video companies came out for the day.
Here is a look at the third part of the top standouts list from the older group (2019-2020).
Note: All players on the list were voted to the Top 40 All-Star Game.
G’Shan Aldridge (University Christian)
It was quite the showing for undersized point guard G’Shan Aldridge. The 5’10” University Christian enters his senior season and he proved on Sunday why he’s the main ballhandler for his team. The 2019 guard was quick down the court and he was frequently using his seasoned twitch moves to get by defenders. Expect a sound senior year for Aldridge.
Jordan Sears (Mainland)
Playing at his own school, Jordan Sears turned heads as coaches and players came away impressed by his abilities. The 2020 Mainland guard stands at 5’10” if that, but his jumping ability combined with his outside shot and ballhandling carry the way. Sears is always locked in when on the floor and he’s swift with his decision making. This is a gigantic junior season for him.
Ricardo Wright (Eustis)
Whenever Ricardo Wright is on the floor, you notice his toughness and effort level from the jump. The 6’3″ Eustis guard/forward is a bully at times with his strength and ability to attack. A 2020 prospect, Wright is out to prove his worth two-fold in his junior campaign.
Jaden Campbell (The Rock)
Always a sound and reliable outside shooter, Jaden Campbell did more than enough to put himself in the conversation on the day. A rangy 6’5″ guard, Campbell has nice arc on his jumpers and he’s starting to be more aggressive and get into the paint more. He’s a pure athlete who can draw contact down low.
Jonathan Aybar (Central Pointe Christian)
A long forward at 6’7″, Jonathan Aybar likes to shoot the rock. He’s gaining confidence by the day as a weavy attacker and his defensive ability is already there as a shot blocker. Aybar has the fundamentals down along with reliable feet as a mover inside. The more forceful he is as a body in the paint, the better off he’ll be moving forward.