Posted On: 08/24/20 9:00 AM

Shooting is the great equalizer in basketball as it helps team with a size disadvantage. The modern game is all about shooting and floor spacing, so players with the ability to knock down shots from behind the arc is needed now more than ever. The Jersey Force Scrimmages had a bunch of shooters capable of knocking down perimeter shots. Here are the top shooters from Volume 4 of the Jersey Force Scrimmages.

Dante WeiseDanteWeise6'1" | PGAllentown | 2022StateNJ, 6’1 PG Jersey Force 16U (Allentown) 2022

Weise had a standout performance for the Jersey Force 16U team as he was knocking down jumpers in both games. The 6’1 guard did not need a lot of space to get his shot off and has a nice shooting form. Weise was making shots off the dribble and off the catch. He plays well off of Ryan CurryRyanCurry6'0" | SGMontgomery | 2022StateNJ and is also capable of running the offense. Weise is a skilled shooter who should continue to knock down shoots for the Jersey Force 16U team.

Uriah Logan, 6’0 PG NY Jayhawks Select (Canterbury Prep (CT)) 2021

Logan single-handedly kept the Jayhawks Select in the first game with his shooting.The 6’0 guard was almost automatic as he rarely

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