Scottie Lewis

Posted On: 04/7/19 11:42 PM

Francisco’s Finest: McDonald’s All American Standouts (Standouts/Part 1)

Marietta, GA.—The McDonald’s All-American Game, which tipped Wednesday night, is the ultimate individual goal for most high school cagers and the action during the pre-game scrimmage magnified that statement. The scrimmage was highlighted by the play of Washington-bound Isaiah Stewart’s dominance over consensus No. 1 player James Wiseman where such attributes of production and moxie trumped overall physical gifts and upside. 

Isaiah Stewart (La Lumiere School)

C, 6-foot-9, 245 pounds

Stewart was arguably the most dominant player in both the scrimmage and game.

Joel’s Take: Stewart from the get-go took it to the Memphis-bound Wiseman at both ends of the floor. Stewart carved out space, snagged rebounds in and out of his area, and finished through contact. He made life difficult for Wiseman as he forced him off the block time-and-time again and forced him into some tough looks. 

Scottie Lewis (Ranney School)

SG, 6-foot-5, 185 pounds

Joel’s Take: The most underrated player in the country continues to take his game to new levels. Yes, he is a

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