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Posted On: 10/12/18 6:14 PM
The final week of the Top 250 Expo had four events and four more strong groups of talent. Today we run through the event standouts.
Trey Alexander of Oklahoma (2021). There is a lot of talent in the sophomore class and the main name is 6-foot-4 combo guard Trey Alexander. Trey was a part of a state championship team last winter and he’s earned offers from Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. Arizona and Louisville are among the other schools in contact of Trey who is a highly ranked national name.
Harouna Sissoko of Iowa (2019). The Iowa Expo brought in some of the best talent in the state of Iowa including Harouna. Sissoko had one of the best dunks that Prep Hoops saw at any Expo plus big number production. Offers from Coppin State, Tulsa, and Middle Tennessee.
Jared Jaros of South Dakota (2019). Jared is a guard that many in the upper Midwest are talking about. He has a big chance to have a great winter and at the Expo he made shots at the arc and moving through the defensive contact.
Kobe Busch of South Dakota (2020). Busch is skilled, tough guy, jack of all trades type of player. He’s the top junior in the state of South Dakota and has had the local D2s on him for a long time. D1s now looking and we’ve heard that Busch has taken an unofficial trip to Butler.
Jack Wetzel of Iowa (2020). When it comes to top shooters at the Expo events national wide Jack’s name has to come up. He filled up the Expo nets in Iowa and then went on an unofficial trip to Wisconsin shortly after.
Brock Davis of Oklahoma (2020). At 6-foot-6 Davis was also a part of a state title time in Oklahoma putting up double-doubles. Brock is improving his perimeter skills and he’s been a rebounding beast wherever he’s played.
Luke Davis of North Carolina (2020). Luke was one of the top players at the North Carolina event showing off good size on the wing making threes and moving with great agility. Smart player who created with the dribble.
Payton Sandfort of Iowa (2021). One of the top sophomores in the state of Iowa, Payton has some of the best range we saw at the Expo Midwest events. Sandfort scored with a two dribble attack as well but the form and range are special.
Angelo Winkel of Iowa (2021). We remembered Winkel from his outstanding performances at the Battle at the Lakes and he’s one-upped that over the last four months with physical deep post production. Took a recent visit to Iowa.
Jorn Everson of North Dakota (2021). The skilled post from big school basketball in western North Dakota has attracted the local schools and recently took a visit to North Dakota. Everson showed off the skills that has him ranked as one of the top pair of sophomores in the state.