Posted On: 01/31/20 11:15 AM

In The Colony’s first game of the new year, they trounced Denton by 24 points. The 5A matchup wasn’t as bad as the final score indicates. The first half was the true battle as both got back in the swing of things and these 7 prospects turned it on before everyone else.

Denton’s Austin Jackson is an unassuming off guard and that’s where he has you beat. Jackson has the height and shooting to be a lower level college sniper. Against The Colony, he connected for three deep shots against tight defense.
 
This combo guard gives what you’re where ever you place him. 5-11 with long arms Cameron Stevenson gives you a three-dimensional scoring punch while giving teammates a good look. His handle allows him to attack pressure and get to the where he finishes with floaters. He plays with a lot of emotion, an intangible the best of the best use to their advantage. Stevenson is a streaky shooter from deep as he’s shooting around 33% on the year.
 
Louden Peterson showed a nice skill set at guard in the limited time he played. He’s quick with a tight handle. He shredded a double team

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