Posted On: 10/4/19 12:59 PM

The final article in the Top 250 standouts series is finally here. We still have more stellar players to get through. Though last we have some our top performers left on the board.

Samarte Holts

Holts has a strong frame that he uses on the defensive end. In all four games, he played he was a wall. No one passed him in a one on one setting. He moves his feet well and defends the pick and roll thanks to his strength. On offense his physicality allows him to barrel into the lane. He forces nothing averaging just over a turnover in four games.


Jean “JD” Dodard 

“JD” competes with a devious smile on his face the entire event. At 6-5 his long lean frame allows him to roam around on the defensive end. He takes pride in not letting anyone score on him almost looking happy when two different opponents tried to dunk on him, he blocked both. On the offensive end, he’s a self creator. Jab steps, pull up jumpers, floaters, long range shots, and tough finishes are all deep in his bag.


Miles Goodman 

Goodman left defenders spinning in circles. Listed as a power forward yet

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