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Posted On: 09/18/18 10:15 AM
Here is a look at several 2020 Missouri players who raised their profile at the Prep Hoops Kansas Top 250 Expo held on Sunday at Blue Valley West.
16-Dylan Brougham, 6’7, F, 2020, Park Hill South (Mo.)
A tall center who can rebound and finish around the rim. Brougham was easily one of the top rebounders of the day. He’s very thin and has a good head on his shoulders. He keeps things moving and can put opponents on notice if he has room on the block. He is also extremely good at find open teammates. Whether they are behind him, behind the 3-point line or across the floor. A lot of potential in his game.
19-Alex Calhoun, 6’2, G, 2020, William Chrisman (Mo.)
A player you can’t overlook. Calhoun has great view of the floor. He can shoot, dribble and break away to the basket. Give him space and he gets a bucket. It doesn’t matter where he is on the floor. Calhoun is looking to score, and score quickly. He also shows up on defense. He moves his feet well and tries to keep a hand in the defenders face.
24-Jordan Clark, 5’11, G, 2020, Belton (Mo.)
A good player off the ball who can shoot from behind the line and clean up baskets in transition play. He has a solid hook-under layup that catches opponents by surprise. He plays a simple game at a varsity pace. An unexpected burst of speed can help him get a step on defenders. Clark can be quite crafty with the ball. Creating room for himself and others near the basket.
56- Jordan Jermain, 6’1, G, 2020, Raymore-Peculiar (Mo.)
Another guard who make smart plays with the ball. Jermain is observant up top and can find his shot in a hurry. He likes the left wing and doesn’t seem to notice the rim. Nothing but net when the ball swings to him. He has a clean stroke and a quick release. Jermain hit some big buckets in a few close games, too.
43 — Matthew Harrison, 6’2, G, 2020, Raymore-Peculiar (Mo.)
Harrison showed good size for a guard at 6’2 and brought terrific athleticism to the floor at Sunday’s event. He mostly showed a willingness to fit into his team and play a role and do whatever was necessary, whether it was defending, grabbing rebounds or running the floor in transition.