Posted On: 09/11/19 7:26 PM

The 4th annual Florida Prep Hoops Top 250 was a massive success on Sunday, Sept. 8.

202 high school prospects (2020-2023) competed at a high level at Daytona Mainland where 20 plus college coaches, 15 plus media companies and a plethora of parents and family taking in the action.

We will have coverage all week long about the event.

Here is a look at the first of the three-part New Names We Learned series.

Joshua Symonette (Rickards)

A superb athlete and a long tweener who can play guard and forward, 2021 6'4" Rickards forward Joshua Symonette had a nice showing in Daytona. He can hurt you in a variety of ways, especially as a core defender who loves to dig deep and block shots. Symonette has endless upside and can stand to add muscle and more aggressiveness offensively. 

Jayvyn Thomas (Lake Minneola)

The shooting ability from 2023 6'2" Lake Minneola guard Jayvyn Thomas is reliable. He was stretching the floor often with his jumper and quite frankly was a very confident young player. His positioning is wise as he gets up a shot quick and isn't afraid to square up to anyone. Thomas has a chance to be a big factor for Lake Minneola

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