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Posted On: 08/3/20 10:25 AM

The Prep Hoops Circuit’s latest stop in Dallas delivered elite matchups, some major stock risers, and a bunch of guys that can flat out play. Below are my notes from their southwest stop, including highlights on an organization that has three age groups ripe with talent.

PB Nation Has A Surplus Of Talent

PBN was one of five programs to have 4 or more teams compete in the Southwest Slam. Their 15s host Cameron Paul and Johnathan Anderson, a duo of 6-5 forwards. Paul, a member of the 2025 class, scores with ease around the basket. Even while playing up two age groups Paul was a top wing prospect in each of his matchups. Anderson played more in the post and thanks to his bulkier frame held his own as an undersized 4. He used that strength to rebound on both ends and bully others around the rim.

PBN’s 16s are absolutely loaded with size at every position, but 6-7 forward Croix Cox in stood out. The rising sophomore is still a work in progress, but you can’t deny his physical tools and the defensive potential he has as a rangy defender. The play that sold me

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