Posted On: 10/14/19 7:00 AM

This fall’s open gym/workout tour continued early this week with visits to two schools in another one of the Metro League’s big rivalries – Westview and Sunset. A few notable guys were missing due to football or other reasons most notably London Smalley and Keshav Anand (Westview) and Tate Reese (Sunset). Here’s a look at the top guys that caught our eye on both squads in the time we watched.

Jalen Grable (2021 Westview) - Grable, a tremendous run-and-jump athlete, was particularly impressive on the boards as he clearly plays above the rim. Offensively, he seemed a bit passive at first but started to get things going by nailing some three-point shots. We are still very impressed with his ability to pass from the top of the key, finding guys cutting to the basket for easy layups.

Brady Grier (2021 Westview) - Grier simply knows how to play the game offensively. The 6-foot-3 junior has advanced from being just a spot-up shooter to one that is able to create off the dribble and his body to overpower defenders near the basket. His strength actually seemed to be more the one-two dribble pullup fadaway mid-range shot, especially going to his left

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