Posted On: 04/30/19 7:00 AM

Among the standouts at the City of Roses Live tournament this past weekend were a number of guys who may not have been as highly regarded going in but yet made an impact on the games they participated in. Here's our look at the players that caught our eye for a number of different reasons.

Emanuel Steward, Team P.U.S.H. (2020 Grant) - Steward had a bit of an up and down junior season at Grant and received inconsistent playing time. With P.U.S.H. this past weekend, he got extended minutes and was very productive. Steward hit long range threes as we have gotten used to seeing him do, but also put the ball on the floor a little to hit some mid-range pull-ups. One area where he surprised was on the defensive glass where he may have been the team's second-leading rebounder after Nate Rawlins-Kibonge.

Elijah Munyan, Team P.U.S.H. (2021 Columbia Christian) - Munyan's physical skills are evident. He's blessed with a mature body and because he jumps out of the gym he was able to finish plays around the rim and deliver some highlight shot blocks. He also has a nice perimeter jumper with range. The key for Munyan is

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