Posted On: 12/25/19 9:30 AM

The Crossroads Roadrunners hosted the Venice Gondoliers in a non-league matchup last week on Wednesday Dec. 18. Crossroads led throughout most of the game, and built their lead as the game went on, ultimately winning by double-digits.

Here’s a look at some of the top standouts from both teams in that game.

1. Henri Adiassa – Crossroads 2022

Adiassa remains one of the most intriguing prospects in the Southern California area. He’s a mobile big who is still learning and developing his game. He has become a little bit more aggressive on the offensive end than he was last season. He has nice recognition of defensive coverage; he’s reading double teams better. He has developing footwork in the paint and defensively he becoming a solid anchor.

2. Orlando Greenlow – Venice 2023

Greenlow is another one of the most intriguing prospects in the Southern California area. He’s a hybrid player whose versatile skill-set will be fun to watch as he develops. His size has him matching up against bigs, but he is quick like a wing and can make moves off the dribble. He has a nice pull-up jumper and can drive and dish. Defensively, he has great instincts. He

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