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Posted On: 09/20/18 1:31 PM
The Reynolds League continued in Oklahoma City this past Thursday get a look at some of the prospects that had a big night. The results and top performers are below!
OKC Green (1-1) 79 OKC Orange (1-1) 86
OKC Blue (1-1) 88 Newcastle (0-2) 83 OT
Treyway (2-0) 104 Wolfpack (1-1) 98
Christian Cook 2020 Midwest City (OKC Green)
Cook continued to be one of the top scorers in the Oklahoma City League with a fiery start. Cook shot over 50% from the floor taking good shots to get his team into a good flow. All it takes is one three-pointer to fall for him to gain confidence. The momentum Cook is gaining should lead into him having a breakout year at Midwest City.
Parker Clarida 2019 Edmond Memorial (Treyway)
Clarida lit up the Reynolds League this past Thursday. He shot the ball extremely well from the perimeter. The change of pace he brings off the bounce allows him to get past defenders to the rim. Clarida also found a way to fit the ball in tight windows. He is a prospect for small colleges to know that is flying under the radar.
Boomer Barnes 2022 Mustang Forward (OKC Orange)
Barnes was tremendous in the paint on Thursday. He did a great job on the boards for his squad clearing out the paint with his size. Considering he is just a freshman, Barnes is going to have the opportunity to develop into a really nice big man prospect. From week 1 to week 2 Barnes finished much better inside. Keep an eye on this young one going forward.
Davante Robinson 2019 Destiny Christian Guard (Wolfpack)
Robinson diced the defense with his smooth drive scoring the basketball with ease. As the night went along Robinson began to see help defense thrown at him and did a nice job finding the open teammate. Robinson is a top 100 prospect in Oklahoma that will make a good small college prospect.
Kalub Hunt Newcastle 2020 Wing (Newcastle)
Hunt is starting to turn the corner with this Newcastle squad. He still is learning the game and has times he reverts to his old ways but those times are becoming fewer and fewer. Hunt has the chance to be the go-to guy for Newcastle this winter. What is so promising about his game is he has gone from a three-point sniper to a prospect who can put the ball on the floor and be effective as well.
Nathan Jarel 2020 Elk City Wing (OKC Orange)
OKC Orange was dominated week 1, but don’t tell them that. Jarel was the ringleader in leading OKC Orange to victory with a stellar offensive performance. He used his jumper from mid-range to heat up. The three-point shot started to fall for Jarel adding another area for the defense to be alert. He is a prospect we will keep a close eye on from outside the metro.