Posted On: 09/7/19 1:41 AM

One of the many reasons why basketball is such a great game, is because it’s a skill driven game, based on constant development. Players spend hours in the gym refining that skill just hoping to maximize every ounce of their potential. That potential is higher for some. In this article PH takes a look at Nevada players with the highest ceilings.

Mwani Wilkinson 6'5 SG Bishop Gorman 2020– I love watching film. IMO it’s the most honest assessment of a basketball player. Film don’t lie. Wilkinson is the type of player that jumps off film. His athletic ability alone allows him to have an impact on every possession. Here’s why his ceiling excites me.

  1. Earned minutes – Wilkinson came off the bench much of last season for Gorman. Because of this he has had to scrap, claw and grind for his minutes. He’s learned how to be a valuable asset to the team without commanding the basketball. This skill will translate well at the college level. Many young players struggle when their shot isn't falling. That won’t be an issue for Wilkinson.
  2. Just scratching the surface offensively – He has good mechanics on his shot, and has

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