Posted On: 06/17/20 12:00 PM

Since the quarantine, we’ve been starved of basketball. But every once in an isolated gym, some of DFW’s best talent gets together to sharpen their tools. 

With the tip of the summer ball rolling around, these exclusive runs are growing more important as players build their way toward playing shape. Thanks to trainer and head coach of Texas Dynasty Zack Rodriguez, I could catch a few names to watch in 2021, 2022, and 2023 classes.

Drew SteffeDrewSteffe6'3" | SGFrisco Memorial | 2023StateTX Frisco Memorial 2023

Steffe was the only 2023 prospect in attendance and thanks to a 2-3 inch growth spurt he was one of the biggest guards in attendance. He’s taken steps as a playmaker, really getting his teammates involved before adding his scoring touch. Showed that same smooth touch from the perimeter and on floaters that fuel his scoring.

Jack Pease Highland Park 2021

At times Pease was the best offensive player on the court. During his Mark Price impersonation, he threw flashy passes, finished around length, and hit shots from 3 if anyone dares give him breathing room. Not the tallest guy on the court however a strong frame and being quick

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