Ramey Fall League Playoffs (Team Scout/K-State)

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Posted On: 10/10/18 9:15 AM

Here is a look at the K-State team that won the championship of the Ramey Basketball Fall League at Cardinal Ritter College Prep last Sunday.

Jason Montgomery 6’4″ Marquette (’19): The Maryville U. commit scored 46 points in the two games to lead K-State to the tournament championship. He displayed his versatile skill set throughout the day. He handled the ball well and made good decisions passing the ball while getting buckets inside and on the perimeter. His stroke from 3-point range was money on Sunday. He also showcased his excellent rebounding skills on both ends.

Brandon Ellington 6’6″ Cardinal Ritter (’20): One of the big revelations for me during the day was the play of this springy power forward. In the semifinals, he showcased his athleticism with his rebounding and shot blocking. In the championship game, he got buckets with some slick post moves and a couple of baseline jumpers. He’s active, he runs the court and he can finish inside.

Schuyler Pimentel 6’1″ Riverview Gardens (’20): A slashing young guard who scored 18 points in the semifinals and 11 points in the championship game. The lefty can really get to the basket and score on the drive and through traffic. He stays in attack mode and will get his share of baskets in the transition game. He is poised to have a big junior season for “The View.”

Demarcus Sanford 6’1″ Lift for Life (’21): The young shooting guard came up big in the clutch with the game-winning 3-pointer with eight seconds left in the championship game. He did a nice job of shooting the 3-pointer off the catch and coming off down screens. He also has the ability to create shots off the dribble and knock down mid-range jumpers. Has good length to be a solid defender.

Recko Bailey 5’9″ Vashon (’21): A pass-first point guard who did a good job of facilitating the offense throughout the day. Has good quickness to enable him to penetrate in the lane. He drew defenders and did an excellent job of locating open teammates for easy looks. He is also a very good on-ball defender who put in a top effort in both games.

Matt Enright 5’5″ Webster Groves (’22): A slick young guard who is the smallest player on the court, but he has skills and a lot of poise for a youngster. He can handle the ball well as well as pass it, plus he has a smooth lefty stroke from 3-point range. He wasn’t afraid to take the big shots either.

Hasani Spann 6’0″ MICDS (’21): Talented young shooting guard who has the ability to bring instant offense to the table. He is a very capable shooter from 3-point range with a quick release. He can lift a team in a hurry with his shooting.

Rio Dujmovic 6’6″ Lindbergh (’20): Solid post player who did a good job of staying in his lane and not forcing too much. He is an excellent passer who did a good job of finding open cutters. He would be an ideal player to operate in the high post. He also rebounded well.