Posted On: 07/26/19 8:52 AM

Dallas, TX.– The PrimeTime Sports National Championships was very exciting on day 1. Here are recaps of some of the players that stood out:

Devyn Hidrogo | SF | GC Rising Stars | 2024

Hidrogo has the physical tools to be one of the best prospects in the state of Texas for his class. He has a strong frame and good bounce which allows him to explode off the floor to grab rebounds and finish plays over defenders. 

Patrick Mccallop Jr. | PG | KC Premiere Blue Chips | 2023

Mccallop is a tough quick guard that really defends well and is capable of going on a scoring tear. The Kansas point guard was one of my favorite guards to watch on the opening day of the PrimeTime Sports  National Championships.

David Terrell | PG | Texas WarDawgs | 2023

Terrell is a long-player that has good quickness and change of direction with the ball in his hands. 

Cameron Mickles | PG | TJ Ford Bulls | 2023

Mickles is a savvy guard that plays the game with swagger and confidence. He is not afraid to pull up off the bounce and when he’s in a zone he is capable of hitting multiple jumpers.

Xavier Ross | Center | DC Kings Black Diamond 2024

Ross is a physically imposing big man that has soft hands and good interior passing. The Oklahoma 2024 prospect rebounded the ball and threw outlet passes to his teammates that were on the money. He finishes really well around the basket and knows how to use his frame to score through contact.

Malik Thomas | PF | Xpress | 2023

Thomas has solid footwork and nice skill for the position. He is able to finish with his back to the basket or he can face up and attack you from the perimeter.

Jaylen Benard | PG | Cy Fair Kings

Benard is a scoring lead guard that can get buckets in a multitude of ways. He can break you down with crafty isolation moves to get his jump shot off or blow by you for scores around the rim.

Jaydon Nunn | PG | Cy Fair Kings | 2023

Nunn is a shifty playmaker that you need to make sure you sit down on and not reach or he will embarrass you with his electric handles.

Connor Newton | PG | YGC 36 2023 | 2023

Newton has good skill and ball-handling ability for a lead guard. He knows where others are on the floor and will deliver them the ball for easy baskets.

Keshun Thomas | PG | GC Rising Stars | 2024

Thomas is a muscular floor general that plays the game at his own pace and never allows himself or his team to get flustered on offense. He makes advance passes and gets others opportunities to score because of his ability to see the floor.

Trey Taylor | PG | GC Rising Stars | 2024

Taylor is a stocky point guard who likes to get to the second level of the defense and hit open teammates with precise passes. Unselfish guard that loves to make plays happen for others.

Jamyron Keller | PG | TJ Ford Bulls | 2023

Keller is a gifted athlete that does a little bit of everything at the point guard spot. He can score it at will and utilizes his elite speed to get by opposing players and finish at the basket. 

Finley Bizjack | SG | YGC36 2023 | 2023

Bizjack is wired to score and has the offensive skill to go off for 20 plus points in any game. He is a confident shooter that plays at a different speed than those around him. Bizjack is one of the best scoring guards in the state of Texas.

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