Elite 14 Recaps: Best Shooters

High School

Posted On: 11/4/18 10:30 AM

Jake Milkereit / 6’4″ / SG / Bishop Lynch / 2020

Jake sat out throughout the fall season to recover from an injury, but he reminded scouts and coaches why he received so much buzz after the July Live Period. The athletic two-guard made it rain from the perimeter off the catch. While playing with Cade Cunningham this summer, Jake was known for his stationery spot-up shooting; however, he displayed the ability to hit shots off the dribble and while moving and coming off of screens. He also reminded spectators of how he likes to play above the rim on the break. He finished with a thunderous dunk to close out the game vs ISchool Entrepreneurial Friday night.



Trey Phipps / 6’1″ / SG / Booker T. Washington (OK) / 2020

Trey shot the ball extremely well on Saturday. It seemed as if every shot he attempted was destined to go in the basket. I was impressed with Trey’s improved ability to handle the ball comfortably through pressure. His playstyle reminds me of former San Antonio Spurs’ shooting guard Gary Neal. The Tulsa commit scored 19 of Booker T. Washington’s first 21 points in the matchup vs. Duncanville.



Jahmius Ramsey / 6’4″ / SG / Duncanville / 2019

Jahmius caught fire from three point range and beyond in the game vs Booker T. Washington. He knocked down seven shots from behind the arc off the bounce and off the catch. The four-star guard also signed his name on the rim in the open floor throughout the event. He is an explosive two-foot jumper who is tough and competes on both sides of the ball. Look for the undecided star guard to sign early in the fall. He has taken official visits to Louisville, Memphis and Texas Tech (three of the ten schools that made his final list).