Posted On: 10/5/18 8:26 PM
The Oklahoma Top 250 in Oklahoma City last weekend had no shortage of talented shooters; of the players I was able to watch, these were the shooters that impressed me the most:
Ethan Scott 2022 Westmoore point guard
Ethan Scott can shoot off the dribble bringing the ball up or on the wing. He can spot up pretty well and has clean form. The freshman is a promising guy who can fill up the state sheet with 3’s. Be on the lookout for Scott this season at Westmoore.
KD Jolly 2020 Putnam City guard
The 5-foot-9-inch junior is primed for a big season at Putnam City. Jolly had a good showing at the Top 250. He showcased his big talents from long range. His dribble-to-shot speed is pretty impressive, and he relies heavily on his ball-handling.
Jordan Smith 2019 John Marshall wing
The first term that came to my mind when I watched Jordan Smith last weekend was “explosive shooter.” Smith has a high motor and thrives the most once he gets in rhythm. He is ridiculous once he starts stringing a few shots together. His quick release makes him all-the-more dangerous.
Hunter Hoggatt 2020 Sapulpa wing
Hunter Hoggurt, at 6-foot-4, is really tough to guard because of his high release. Hoggurt is the most lethal when spotting up. He makes good cuts and really likes to find his shots in the corner. He is a fast catch-and-shoot type of guy and shoots at a high rate.
Tristan Hines 2019 Jenks guard
Tristan Hines showed why he deserves to be mentioned among the top shooters in the Oklahoma 2019 class last weekend. Hines is an athletic guy who can hit shots at a high rate, both off the dribble and catching and shooting. Hines has an especially quick release and is very conscious around the arch.
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