High Risers at the Oklahoma Prep Hoops Top 250


Posted On: 10/8/18 4:41 PM

David Oyona 2023 Post 

Oyona was one of the youngest athletes competing at the Prep Hoops Top 250 Camp in Oklahoma. At 6’9 in just the 8th grade, Oyona is simply, on another level. The frame of Oyona is going to be perfect to build into a strong powerful big man. He elevates with ease throwing down jams even if defenders remain in his way. Oyona also uses his explosion to block and contest shots in the paint.

Jacob Thionnet 2019 Wing (Edmond Memorial)

Thionnet is long and lanky at 6’6 with a powerful punch towards the rim. He thrived in pick and roll situations making defenses pay for any openings around the bucket. Thionnet has elevated his game on the court making him one of the top NCAA Division II recruits out of Oklahoma this year.

Sando Hill 2019 Wing (Vanoss)

In the 2019 Class, Hill is a prospect flying way under the radar with sneaky athleticism. The ability to rise up at a moments notice and throw down some jaw-dropping jams is fun to watch. The athleticism of Hill is best shown off with some of the crazy finishes he is able to pull off that are contested layups against the tall trees inside. Hill is going to be a value get for a small college in Oklahoma.

Trey Alexander 2021 Wing (Heritage Hall)

Alexander has long been known as a smooth scorer. Top athleticism was not a way you would have described his game a year ago, but he has made vast improvements in the last year. The smooth game of Alexander shocks some with how easy he rises up and throws it down. Alexander is shaping up to be a High Major Division I prospect with the many tools he has in his arsenal.

Brock Davis 2020 Post (Holland Hall)

Davis is a strong athletic 6’7 Forward with potential. When showing off his explosion Davis primarily was on the defensive end. The quick reflexes of Davis allow him to jump at a moments notice to contest and block shots. The hops of Davis are also a great help rebounding the basketball. Davis should make some waves with Holland Hall this winter.

Christian Cook 2020 Wing (Midwest City)

This summer we saw Cook get his first in-game dunk. Since then Cook has mastered the skill of being fearless when attacking the basket off the bounce. Cook has long been known as a dynamic shooter from the outside. The improved athleticism, creating, and basketball IQ put Cook as a fringe NCAA Division I prospect entering the high school season. Cook will need to continue to improve to get there but has a chance to be one of the most improved in the state this year.


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