Program Awards: Team Vision

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Posted On: 09/10/18 3:20 PM

With the 2018 AAU season in the rear view mirror, we are going to dive into programs across the state looking at their teams in a variety of categories in our Program Awards!  Today we examine Team Vision!

Program MVP

Trey Minter, Butler

Trey is a high scoring guard out of Louisville who helped the Vision 16u team to a lot of wins. The 16u roster suffered through a lot of injuries and attrition over the course of the season but Minter was constant factor over the course of the summer. Minter had an especially strong week at the Under Armour Challenge in July, averaging 20.5 points in 4 games.

Top 2019 Prospect

Landon Sprigler, New Albany (IN)

Landon had a huge July for the Vision 17u team. Sprigler was in double digits nearly every game he played along with solid assists numbers while handling the ball for the majority of the game. Look for Landon to end up at the D2 level for college basketball.

Top 2020/2021 Prospect

Aside from Minter, Jaden Franklin of Glasgow is probably the choice here. Jaden is a 6’6 forward who should be one of the top players in the 4th region this season. Franklin is a 3 sport star for the Scotties so his recruitment hasn’t been what it likely should be at this point but he could be a college basketball player if he doesn’t wind up playing baseball or football.

Sleeper

Nik Sorrell, Glasgow

Franklin’s teammate at Glasgow, Nik is like Jaden in that he could be more highly recruited if he hadn’t missed the spring certified periods while playing baseball. In the games when Sorrell and Minter played together in the back court, the Vision 16s were hard to beat. Look for Nik to have a big Junior year for Glasgow.

Biggest Stock Riser

Quenton Turley, Harrison County

Turley is a sleeper point guard prospect in the Senior class that could be a steal at a small college or a candidate for junior college for a year or two. Quenton is  a strong point with ability to get to the rim or create for others and could settle in nicely as a college point guard a year from now.