Trinity Tiger Classic Player Recaps

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Texas

Posted On: 11/18/18 8:37 PM

Smith

Tyreek Smith / 6ft.8 / Pf / Trinity Christian Cedar Hill / 2019

Smith is a hybrid Forward that has athletic gifts that you can’t teach. He has a good motor for a player his size and finishes above the rim as well as any big man in the country. 4 Star Texas A&M Commit made it tough for defenders to score because his ability to block shots. He needs to continue to improve his footwork in the low post and get stronger. Tyreek has the potential to be an All SEC big man in college if he puts it all together.

Mccarthy

Evan Mccarthy / 5’10” / Pg/SG / Grace Prep / 2019

Mccarthy is one of the best shooters in the state. He is a capable ball handler that can score on or off the ball. Evan hit multiple threes and floaters against a talented Trinity Christian Cedar Hill. Averaged 20 plus ppg. for his Grace Prep team in the tournament.

Freeman

Kavon Freeman / 6’4” / SF / Bryan Adams / 2019

Freeman is versatile forward that can score in a variety of ways. He is a strong slasher that finishes at the rim and he has a smooth jumpshot that allows him to space the floor and make jumpers. Freeman has been one of the best scorers in the state, and is currently averaging 27.5 ppg. for Bryan Adams.

Range

Isaiah Range / 6’3” / Guard / Trinity Christian Cedar Hill High School / 2019

Range is an athletic Combo guard that gets out in transition and finishes with tough buckets at the rim. At the Trinity Tiger Classic, Range showed that he is a capable shooter that can knock down shots if left open. Has a college ready body just needs to work on decision making. A college prospect that coaches shouldn’t hesitate to recruit. 

Hill

Tanner Hill / 6’0” / PG / Grapevine Faith / 2020

Tanner has been very impressive running his team despite not having 2 state ranked players who are out due to injury. Tanner is a tough ball handler that can score it well off the dribble. Hill makes good decisions with the ball and competes hard every possession. This 2020 point guard is looking like a first team all district performer in Tapps so far in this early season.