Borgia Tournament Friday Standouts (2021-2022)

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Posted On: 11/24/18 4:00 PM

Prep Hoops Missouri was in attendance at the St. Francis Borgia Thanksgiving Tournament on Friday night for its semifinals game. Here is a look at some of the top underclassmen who played well on Friday night.

Don’TA Harris 6’2″ Pacific (’21): A long and lanky combo guard who is averaging 18 points in the first two games of the tournament. The athletic lefty has a versatile skill set with his ability to handle the ball, pass it and get to the bucket off the dribble. He was able to slither his way to the basket with nice drives. He is also an excellent rebounder from the guard position.

K.J. Lee 6’3″ Fort Zumwalt North (’21): A smooth young shooting guard who scored 12 points, all on 3-pointers. In addition to his nice stroke from 3-point range, he has a nice set of handles and a good feel for the game. He was always under control and didn’t try to force the issue too much. The son of University City head coach Kelvin Lee, KJ has a nice future ahead of him.

Omarion Henry 6’6″ Normandy (’21): An athletic combo forward who displayed flashes of becoming a standout player to watch. He is long and athletic and he already has a nice skill set. He was good at getting the rebounding and taking the ball downcourt himself to make a play. He has a chance to develop into a nice prospect.

Jamod Robinson 5’9′ Normandy (’22): A quick young point guard who played with a lot of poise during the final stretches of regulation and overtime period. He displayed no fear as he drove down the lane for a couple of key baskets in the guts of the game. He’s fast and his handles were tight and defenders could not keep him in front of them, even in a zone defense.

Jacob Sauvage 6’3″ Pacific (’21): A talented young guard who will blossom into one of the next standout players at Pacific. He can play all three perimeter positions well as he can handle the ball, make decisions and score on nice drives and 3-pointers alike. He has a high  basketball IQ.