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Posted On: 09/25/18 5:00 PM
MECHANICSVILLE, VA — The Prep Hoops Top 250 came to Hanover High School on Sunday, where the talent pool was deep, and the games competitive Here we resume our coverage of the event by taking a closer look at five upperclassmen stock risers.
BEN LI | MIDDLEBURG ACADEMY ’20
6-foot-6 power forward Ben Li is a powerfully built prospect who is quite nimble for his size. Li has quick feet, soft hands, and showcased great touch around the basket and good range on his jumper.
GIRARDI CUBILLAN | JAMES MONROE ’19
Girardi Cubillan was one of the most intriguing long-term prospects we saw in the camp, and his ceiling is clearly quite high given his blend of size and athleticism. At 6-foot-6, Cubillan is a graceful athlete who can play above the rim and is best in the open floor.
CHINGUUN GANBOLD | W.T. WOODSON ’19
6-foot-2 lefty Chinguun Ganbold attracted the attention of those who hadn’t seen him before with consistently strong play throughout the camp. Ganbold was one of the better three level scores in attendance.
DRAYKEAU HOGAN | OSBOURN ’19
Reliable playmaking point guard Draykeau Hogan demonstrated one of the smoothest pull-up mid range jump shots of the day. Hogan also made it a point to consistently pick his man up full court and communicate with his teammates.
MOSES NUANGKI | CARLISLE ’19
Moses Nuagnki was pound-for-pound the best athlete at the camp. The 6-foot-2 Australian was very fun to watch, not just because of his high flying antics, but because of how hard he played.