Posted On: 06/23/19 2:22 PM

The MBCA Showcase included three ages of players and today we start with the sophomores-to-be, the top five performers. 

Top 5 Performers

Prince Aligbe of Minnehaha Academy (6'6 wing).  "Who is that explosive, strong point guard?"they asked.  That's Prince! "That's Prince?" Yes everybody that was Prince handling the basketball at lead guard with few turnovers and way more quality assists than I ever expected.  Aligbe showed college staffs that he's not only a better ball handler and passer than they were aware of, Prince can also manage a team if needed to as well.  Rebounded well and really surprised as a distributor playing the lead. 

Chase Carter of Maranatha Christian (6'5 forward).  Love how Carter gets position and uses his frame to touch in attempts.  Like father (Randy Carter) like son right?  In this case, most definitely.  Carter played on a team full of older, D2/D3 future players and assimilated himself perfectly scoring at opportune times.  Loved how Chase rendered some older forwards helpless with his position and completion.  

Camden Heide of Wayzata (6'6 wing).  College coaches at the MBCA Showcase came away most impressed with Heide when it comes to the sophomore group.  His outstanding performance with USA Basketball

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