Posted On: 07/10/20 9:44 AM

There are some players whose impact goes unnoticed in a live game. Whether surrounded by stars or contributing in ways that don’t show on the stat sheet it’s the reason that talent goes unseen. On a second watch, these three players showed why they’ll bring dividends to a college program.

Mason GibsonMasonGibson6'1" | SGAllen | 2021StateTX 
Gibson’s defense deserves a second watch from anyone looking for a defensive minded game manager. His on ball defense is stellar thanks to quick feet and a strong frame. Off the ball, he’s active with speed to help and recover to his man while maintaining good position. He’s a rugged guard that uses his above average athleticism to compete and affect winning basketball.

Labroderick ScottLabroderickScott6'1" | GLamar | 2021TX
Scott’s game was obvious in person, but a film session highlights how he does it. The 6-2 guard is on the bulkier side thanks to a 200 pound frame that allows him to bully his way to the basket. By my count he had four point touches in the first five minutes of the game, two of those touches yielding points from a field goal and free throw line visit. He doesn’t have

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