Posted On: 09/12/19 6:52 PM

The 4th annual Florida Prep Hoops Top 250 was a massive success on 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 third part of the New Names We Learned series.


Part 1

Part 2

Jaylen Wharton (Durant)

At 6'8", 2021 Durant forward Jaylen Wharton was very active all day long. He has a good frame at first glance and he uses his body well inside. Getting to the right spots, Wharton is certainly still raw, but his energy and effort level is up to par. Look for him to make some noise this fall.

Zavien Pene (New Zealand)

In the United States all the way from New Zealand, it was a pleasure to watch 2020 5'9" guard Zavien Pene. He handles the rock with ease, can get into good lanes inside and he is a pure tempo player. Pene will be able to play somewhere at the next level due to his true feel for the game and

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