Posted On: 01/26/20 11:52 AM


My Martin Luther King Day schedule, a day packed with games and tournaments here in Atlanta, was unfortunately interrupted, but I was able to catch these two play at Holy Innocents' MLK Classic last Monday morning. The Scots controlled the second half after trailing by two at the break and pulled away for a 56-46 victory over Darlington.

Youth dominated on this day, those who stood out:

Anthony Arrington (2022, 6-3, G, Galloway) - Smooth sophomore SG, terrific mid-range game, nose for the hoop, among best 15-foot shooters I've seen this year, physical enough to get inside at 6-4, excellent rebounding guard, good handle off the bounce but a little more effective as a spot-up shooter at this stage, finished with a dominating 31 points and didn't have a peer on the floor, #32 on our 2022 rankings list but sure to rise this offseason, good enough in my opinion to play at any of the top 6A or 7A programs right now.

Quentin Alterman

Quentin Alterman (2022, 5-10, PG, Galloway) - Poised lead guard, excellent passer, terrific handle, low turnover

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