Posted On: 11/22/18 1:22 PM
On Tuesday, November 20, Rodney Johnson held his second event of the week, Big Tuesday. The event was located at The Colony High School and consisted of three exciting matchup. Big Tuesday featured talented teams, such as: Mesquite Horn, Lewisville Hebron, and The Colony. Prep Hoops Texas Staff Member Brandon Jenkins was in on the action recapping the best players in attendance.
Evan Anderson / 6’1″ / SG / Lewisville Hebron / 2019
Evan was on fire from deep in the game vs. Wichita Falls Rider. The smooth guard was simply stroking it from long range and beyond. He rained in 4 three-pointers and finished with 20 points in the win. The accuracy on his shot is truly spot on as he rarely ever hit the rim on his made attempts. The thin-framed guard will be a deadeye shooter at Arkansas-Fort Smith next year.
Preston Aymond / 6’6″ / PF / Mesquite Horn / 2020
Preston effortlessly looked liked the best prospect on the floor in the game vs Burkburnett. Playing through back pains, Preston was still able to display his all-around game by scoring from the perimeter and making the right passes that eventually led to easy scores. He heated up from deep and connected on three attempts from long distance. Preston finished with a team-high 20 points in only three quarters of play.
Ty Caswell / 6’6″ / SF / Wichita Falls Rider / 2019
Ty plays on and on off ball with this Raiders team. He brings the ball up the court and initiates the offense, while he also plays off-ball to find areas on the court to spot up and score. Ty was stroking it from the perimeter hitting spot up threes and turnaround jumpers from the high post. He had 14 in the loss to Lewisville Hebron.
Hancock is the Jaguars long range bomber. He has a pretty shot from the perimeter and will heat up at the right time during momentum runs. His shooting will be key in the Jaguars quest for a district title. The junior added 17 in the win vs. Burkburnett.
Logan McLaughlin / 6’1″ / PG / Lewisville Hebron / 2020
Logan struggled to get it going from long range early, but he eventually found rhythm in the second half. One thing that seems to get overlooked about Logan is his ability to get to the rim. He attacks and initiates contact to get to the foul line. Logan finished with 16 points in the Hawks’ win.
Byron has the ultimate green light and will take advantage of it at anytime. He is an electric scorer who will not hesitate to pull it from NBA range and beyond. His shot selection can be questionable, but when he heats up it is something crazy to witness. He finished with 24 in the loss to The Colony.