Posted On: 09/5/19 9:52 AM

Mak Manciel is an elite 6'3" combo guard. He's in the class of 2021 and played grassroots basketball for REACH Legends. Manciel won't be playing this season due to his transfer to Sterling Heights Stevenson. 

Manciel has an impressive skill set. First of all, he's a bona fide scoring machine. There's no part of the floor where he's not a threat to get buckets. He can hit from beyond the arc, as well as put the ball on the floor and attack the rim. He draws the defense on the drive and creates open looks for his teammates. Manciel made a huge impression this summer on the defensive end. His on ball defense was incredible during grassroots season, where he created havoc for his opponents. He consistently picked up big stops and turnovers. Off the ball, Manciel's understanding of help defense and rotations was outstanding. 

Manciel understands that improvement and experience are critical to his long term success. He is currently focused on his decision making and his ability to control tempo.  Manciel is working to get in the best shape physically that he can. He's gaining weight and increasing his speed, all while staying in the gym perfecting his craft. His most memorable basketball moments were

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