Posted On: 01/8/20 4:49 PM

I’ve been treated to some brilliant shooting performances this season in the state of Texas. We have entered an era of basketball in which just about every player is at least capable of making a three-point shot. That said, there will always be a select few who’s shooting ability is on a different level, and I think these prospects fall into that category.

Here are six of the best shooters I've seen thus far this season:

Thailand Elder - 2020 6'1 Shooting Guard (Dallas Seawolves) Allen HS -I've had the chance to see Elder play a few times this season. His shooting ability from beyond the three-point stripe always catches my attention. He thrives in catch-and-shoot scenarios, particularly from the corners. The LA Tech commit rarely forces a bad shot and knows how to get open off the ball. He has also shown that he is very capable of drilling triples in transition. 

M.J. Leslie - 2020 5’11 Guard (Texas Impact 4:13) Denton Braswell HS - Leslie uses a variety of methods to get himself a good look from range. The senior guard can hit threes from the catch, off the bounce, and utilizes step-back moves as well.

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