Posted On: 09/15/20 3:43 PM

Sunday, September 13th (happy belated birthday to me), Zach Fleer and 270 Hoops put on the second week of his Proving Ground, an event where four teams compete to be the first to win seven games. This week, the spotlight was squarely on the class of 2023, the sophomores, and they put on a show for the schools, scouts and fans that were watching. Many players stood out as the winners of the event, some players exhibited shooting skills that are rarely matched in this city but then a couple players flew under the radar that made all of the little plays that had a big impact on games. On a day where these young players set the competitive tone early and kept it a high level, these young guys were the ones that people did not notice much. 

Chris Towns- Patriot Prep: Maybe the best passer during the day, Towns did not light up the scoreboard with points but he lived in the paint and got the ball into his scorers hands on numerous occasions for easy buckets. He controlled his team at his speed, which seemed to be a breakneck speed, but Towns never

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