Posted On: 09/17/19 7:33 AM
The GASO Fall League had some of the best Texas high school teams and prospects in the state of Texas. Here are some of my takeaways from this event:
Waxahachie is Legit
Waxahachie was looking like they were in district play this past weekend with how focused and hard they played against Mansfield Timberview and Shadow Creek. The Indians have multiple guards that are college prospects in Cj Noland, B.J. Francis, AB Shorter, and Jalen Lake. With all of the firepower that they possess at the guard spot, it’s easy to see why Waxahachie has a chance to win their district.
You may not find a more talented backcourt in the 2022 class in the state of Texas like Cason Wallace and Rylan Griffin of Richardson High School. The two Sophomore Studs are really skilled and both play with killer mentalities when they are on the hardwood. Wallace is a strong attack first guard that explodes to the basket and uses his athletic frame and body control for tough finishes at the rim, while his counterpart Griffin is more of a shooter who likes to bury midrange and long jumpers, but will also finish above the rim in traffic. I expect for the Richardson Eagles duo to have a really good season and help their team make a deep run this year.
Jaden Wells is a certified bucket getter
Scoring the basketball in an efficient manner is an elite trait, and it looks as if Jaden Wells of LD Bell has that trait. At the GASO Fall League this past weekend Jaden was dang near unstoppable as a scorer in the game that I watched versus Frisco Memorial. Wells is a combination guard that can play with or without the ball in his hands and knows how to score the ball on all three levels. He has a high IQ and makes plays on both sides of the floor. Wells just picked up an offer last night from Central Oklahoma after his impressive Saturday afternoon performances. If Wells keeps this up he will more than likely pick up several more offers in the next few months.