Posted On: 10/11/18 6:32 PM
Logan Dolan 2019 6’4 Wing (Broken Arrow)
Dolan spotted up from behind the three-point mark all day long making it look easy to nail shots. The skill that goes under the radar about Dolan is how well he moves without the ball. It allows him to get so many openings in catch and shoot situations. Dolan is going to be a sniper for a small college team.
Trey Alexander 2021 6’4 Wing (Heritage Hall)
Alexander was a dynamic scorer at all three levels at the Prep Hoops Oklahoma Top 250 event. He was very clearly head and shoulders above opposing players talent wise. Alexander is one of the top players in the country in the 2021 Class and he showed why at the event. The ease he can score the ball with taking over the game at any point he wanted. Alexander has a bright future on the court.
Monroe Darragh-Harris 2019 6’1 Combo Guard (Southmoore)
Darragh-Harris is a Guard flying way under the radar in the 2019 Class. He is going to surprise small colleges this winter at Southmoore. He is a high volume shooter who has improved at learning when to take shots and when to give the ball up to his teammates. Darragh-Harris is super quick with a nice handle and confidence that he could score on anyone at any moment. The jumper falls for him more times than not when he is left open. This guy could be a sleeper to have a nice year as the 6th man for Southmoore.
Jordan Thompson 2020 5’11 Point Guard (Southmoore)
Thompson has an opportunity to be the most improved basketball player in Oklahoma this next season. He is scoring the ball at a very high rate with an excellent jumper mixed in with a crafty drive to the bucket. He is not just a scorer as he showed off his ability to hit open teammates at he camp as well. I fully expect Thompson to have a monster winter with Southmoore as their go-to guy.
Trey Nolen III 2019 6’2 Combo Guard (Edmond North)
Nolan can get hot in a hurry from three-point range. He is a streaky shooter and on this Sunday he was on fire. The change of pace on Nolan’s drives open up some room for his score. He can also hit open teammates with solid vision. Nolen is something to watch progress this winter in the 2019 Class.
Jaylan Thomas 2019 6’5 Wing/Forward (Tulsa Central)
Thomas is super intriguing on the Wing at the next level. If he can make the transition out over time from the four the three with his size and length he could be dangerous. He is a potential stud for a JUCO. The long and lanky build of Thomas at every bit of 6’5 helps him to finish tough drives. He also showed he can shoot the basketball a little from downtown. Thomas is a guy if I was at a JUCO program in Oklahoma I would have firmly on my radar.
Caden Hale 2020 6’1 Guard (Metro Christian)
Hale is a do it all type of guy in the 2020 Class. NCAA Division II programs are going to fall in love with this kid over the next year. Each play he lays it all on the line for his team doing anything he can to help them win. He scored the rock well from three and mid-range on Sunday. Hale makes the right plays on the court and always seems to make the hustle plays.
Devon Barnes 2021 6’ Point Guard (Lawton Christian)
Barnes had a slow start to his day having a hard time finding the bottom of the net. Then he got going with a three-pointer hitting nothing but net. Following his first basket going in he gained confidence leading to some nice drives to the rim. I have not seen enough of his game yet to project him, but there are many on the east coast where Barnes is from that speak very highly of what he brings to the court. We will be following Barnes closely this winter.
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