Posted On: 01/11/20 3:00 PM

Prep Hoops Missouri got a chance to take a look at William Chrisman vs Nevada in the semifinals of the Kaminsky Classic in Joplin. Nevada bolted out to a 12 point lead in the first half, but William Chrisman was able to track them down in the third quarter. The lead changed hands throughout the fourth quarter, but in the end, it was William Chrisman taking a 62-57 victory to hand the Tigers their first loss of the season.

Here is a look at five intriguing prospects from Friday night’s contest:

Dalton Gayman 6’6” Nevada

The 2020 lefty was a dominant force in the paint with a career high 33 points and 12 rebounds. He got things going early with 14 points in the first quarter and 20 by halftime. He made several nice catches in traffic and got buckets from all kinds of angles because he uses the backboard very well. He is also a capable ball handler and passer. He has already signed with Arkansas-Fort Smith


Zachariah Rowe 5’11” William Chrisman 

The thin, wiry 2020 guard scored a game high 19 points to lead the Bears to victory. He was a tough cover all night because he

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