Posted On: 01/12/20 7:10 PM

I got the opportunity to watch the much-anticipated conference matchup between the Bishop Lynch Friars and John Paul II Cardinals on Saturday night. Unfortunately for BL, Jake Milkereit, one of their star players, suffered a leg injury just minutes into the game and would not return. The Friars competed hard, but the Cardinals began to pull ahead big midway through the second quarter and never looked back, winning the contest 71-59. 

Here are eight intriguing prospects from the game:

Jaylon Tyson - 2021 6’5 Small Forward (Method Academy) John Paul II HS - Tyson is an explosive athlete out on the wing. He can hit the three from the catch but is most dangerous when he gets downhill and attacks the rim. The junior small forward punched home some emphatic dunks in transition vs. the Friars. He is also a great defender both on and off the ball.

Nate Dominick - 2020 6’5 Small Forward (Marcus Smart YGC36 (Adidas)) John Paul II HS - Dominick can do it all offensively. He can shoot, dribble, pass and rebound. The senior is a dynamic offensive presence who can operate in the post as well as out on the perimeter,

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