Posted On: 09/29/19 9:39 AM

The 2019 Hoop Exchange Fall Festival was in full swing on Saturday at the CPS SportsPlex in Apopka.

With high school team action going on and individual showcase teams taking part in it, there was plenty to watch.

Here is a look at my thoughts from the high school team matchups.

Montverde has so much young talent

Playing without a quartet of high-major Division I athletes in 2020 players Cade Cunningham, Moses Moody, Scottie Barnes and Day'Ron Sharpe (UNC commit), Montverde still had a lot to like in a matchup against Oakland Park Northeast. 2021 6'4" guard Langston Love was superb as a hard nosed attacker and passer in transition. 2020 6'3" Michigan commit Zeb Jackson made life awfully tough with his ability to break down defenses and score over and over. 2022 6'8" forward Caleb Houstan shot the ball from deep at a high clip and dug in on the boards. 2021 6' guard Ryan Nembhard made life easier for everyone with his high IQ passing.

The Rock is a physical group

There are so many athletes on this new look The Rock unit. It was fun to watch them compete against St. Pete Lakewood. 2020 6'5" Cleveland State commit Alec Oglesby is

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