Posted On: 10/29/19 6:24 PM

The Breakdown Sports Fall League took place over the weekend in its second week of action, with many of the state's top teams and players participating. But who were the lesser known prospects that excelled in their roles? Here are seven names that stood out.

Sawyer Shrake (6'2 2020 G, Hopkins)- Sawyer is a new name to know for Hopkins, and he provided a spark off the bench for the reigning state champs. His standout skill is his consistent outside shot, and he adds another big time shooting option alongside Kerwin Walton. Combined with that shooting threat is his ability to finish around the rim. He has the strength that allows him to power through contact and extend to finish with either hand. Sawyer also continued to impress with his effort on defense, getting deep into a stance and locking down his man.

Danny McGraw (6'6 2020 PF, Cretin-Derham Hall)- Cretin-Derham Hall possesses one of the most loaded backcourts in the state, but their question mark this season will be in the size department. Danny McGraw has the opportunity to pick up some minutes this season with his size and ability to defend in the paint. He played a key role in shutting

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