Posted On: 04/11/19 2:39 PM
The Prep Hoops Circuit was in Oklahoma for the second weekend of play and talent was everywhere. Today Prep Hoops honors the top performers in The All Session 2 Team.
Trey Alexander of Team Griffin. The Week 2 Co-Player of the Week is a 6-foot-5 2021 guard from Oklahoma City with great size and strength. Alexander’s ability to play both guard spots has earned him offers from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU, Texas A&M and others and it led his team in multiple ways on both ends of the court. Alexander created for others and himself, Trey pressured the ball consistently and was active defending off the ball. Trey is a player that is very likely to move into a higher spot than the 73rd ranked player in the nation he is listed at now (new 2021s will be out soon).
KJ Adams of Team Griffin. Adams is a 6-foot-6 small forward ranked top 50 nationally that played to his high level of expectations in session two (earned the other Player of the Week award). KJ is beloved as a player because he has the agility and pull-up shooting touch to be a wing but the fire and energy to help around the basket as well. Adams out-rebounds his position all the time and is nearly impossible to get a body on while defending on the backside. Double figures in every game for a balanced team. Oregon must of been looking on at Ballers TV as they offered Adams a scholarship (a 2021) right after the event. The Ducks offer joined them with teams like Minnesota, LSU, Texas Tech, Texas A&M, Texas, Georgetown, Baylor, Tennessee, and others.
Sean Pedulla of Team Buddy Buckets. Another 16u talent that stood out last weekend in Oklahoma, Sean was the definition of the ideal point guard in all seven games. Maybe the best ball handler at the event Sean cleared space and did a great job finishing over contesting arms and before the rotations could arrive. Took control of the ball from the first minute and kept that control through the final buzzer. Sean also had some scoring bursts that included 16 points in ten minutes in a first half as well as a 25 minute game.
Sadadriene “Day Day” Hall of Dallas Showtyme. Hall is one of these players that you find a spot for and let him work. There are players you need to motivate and there are players that are self-motivated by competing. Hall is the second one and he ranks with the most impossible players to get a body on moving behind the defense. Hall is the kind of the second bounce using his energy, instinct, and quick bounce to collect and finish the second possession before a defense can react. Is often at power forward because of his fight but has the body to play the three as well. It’s time a huge number of schools looking into Day Day Hall.
DJ Stewart of Houston Raptors. The Raptors 17u squad won four of five games in Oklahoma and a big part of their success was the pace push of Stewart. The 5-foot-10 lead guard was driving in the fast lane while everybody else seemed to be on side roads. And when a defender can get a body in front of a guard like Stewart the entire defense becomes a disarranged mess. Stewart has the speed and push to play at a higher level than people give him credit for. His teams win games.