Posted On: 09/8/19 10:15 AM

While everyone was trying to shine in their own way at the Top 250 Expo in Phoenix this weekend, a few players stood out from a few games in their ability to play well while also making teammates look and play better. Here are some of those guys:

Ricardo Sarmiento - Chavez

Sarmiento has shown he can score with anybody, but what stood out to me in this event was his great passes. His assists, while seemingly everyone tried to shine with scoring, allowed him to look great without having to just score repeatedly, and share some of the limelight with teammates. Plus some of his assists were highlight-worthy, too.

Dyson Lighthall - ALA QC

He came down with just about every rebound in his area, stopping most of the chances opposing teams hjad at second-chance buckets. This allowed teammates to leak out and showcase their own skills off outlet passes and in transition.

Lorenzo Cole - Hamilton

Another player that didn't need to dominate the ball a lot to score and help the team, he made a difference switching off screens and rebounding. The offensive boards he collected led to easy second-chance buckets.

Nate Pickens - Paradise Honors

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