Posted On: 07/20/20 12:05 PM

Our film series pushes along with two teams filled with rising talent in the southwest region. Next Page Force was lead by Texas Tech commit Jaylon TysonJaylonTyson6'6" | SFJohn Paul II | 2021State#115NationTX’s 18 points as Sean Pedula scored 18 in a win for his Buddy Buckets 17U team. This article won’t be about those high major talents, but the talent surrounding them. The film from their Circuit League stunner hints at more production in bigger roles when they return to their home teams.

Cameron CorhenCameronCorhen6'10" | CJohn Paul II | 2022StateTX

Next Page Force starts a front line of 6-6, 6-7, and 6-8, Corhern’s the 6-8. The only rising junior on the court has a great physical frame with long arms. He moves well, showing what could be a nice face up game thanks to quickness and a decisive handle. Cothern shot well from deep netting two shots from college range.

JV Seat

Seat’s 6-4 frame carries some real mass. Thanks to his added muscle, he’s a versatile defender that neutralizes taller wings advantages. He’s a plus rebounder for the off guard position. As a scorer Seat excels in hitting shots from the three and off the dribble in the mid range.

Ethan Scott 

On the wing

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