Posted On: 01/6/20 10:06 PM

This past weekend in New Orleans, Louisiana one of the premier high school basketball holiday tournaments took place featuring some of the top prospects from across the country. The tournament featured 31 teams split up into two different brackets "The State" and "The National."  Here is a look at some of the best players that were from the home state of Louisiana. 

Reece Beekman, 6'3 CG, Scotlandville: The Virginia signee was arguably the most impressive player in the entire tournament as he led the Hornets to the National bracket tournament championship. His unique ability to get to paint and make the right decision is impressive to watch. He can score at will and is virtually unstoppable at getting to the p[aint and finishing at the rim. He consistently throughout the tournament made plays in the painted area a lot of time against set defenses and he still got what he wanted. His pace of play and control shows why Tony Bennett and the Cavaliers made the push to sign him. He is a good outside shooter and defender, but most unique skill his ability to control the pace and live in the paint.  Look for him to make an

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