Posted On: 08/21/20 1:28 PM

A hat tip is owed to TheTb5reports founder Kellen Buffington, after one of the most star-studded events in a condensed summer. The region’s best players drilled each through a three day event that showcased the game’s future. While the field saw 4 and 5 star recruits at every position, it was the guys on the perimeter that turned out monster performances.

CJ Noland

Point CJ Noland was just as devastating as it sounds. The big guard couldn’t be kept out of the lane or stopped at the rim. He did a great job of managing the game next to his top tier backcourt teammate Cason WallaceCasonWallace6'4" | CGRichardson | 2022State#62NationTX. When he played off the ball he shot a high clip from three with at least 2 makes from deep a game.

Cason WallaceCasonWallace6'4" | CGRichardson | 2022State#62NationTX

Wallace controlled the game in every aspect. But what continues to wow me is how he does it. From an athletic standpoint, he’s dominant on both sides of the ball. In a game against highly touted competition, he made plays you’ll see in highlight reels before the week is out, including a video game glitch block from a standstill. He’s been on fire

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