Posted On: 09/9/20 4:16 PM

Gerry Freitas had an impressive collection of team and individual talent on hand at the Inspire Courts in Arizona for his End of Summer Showcase. The collection of teams from the West Coast included a number of familiar faces in new jerseys, including Compton Magic standout Malik ThomasMalikThomas6'3" | SGDamien | 2021State#88Nation, who participated with Oxnard-based Team Build Up.

Washington Supreme was the story of the event, as they dominated EYBL program Vegas Elite en route to a 4-0 showcase record. 

In this report, we talk about some of the power forwards who impressed us over the weekend that was. 


Tyson Degenhart, 6-8 F, Washington Supreme 

Several of my colleagues have pegged Degenhart as the event’s top performer, and it’s hard to argue that. Degenhart brings a blend of physicality and inside-out skill that makes him a mismatch for opponents. He shoots it at a good clip from deep on the catch, and uses that threat to set up straight line drives against slower defenders. If matched up with a smaller defender, he scored at will in the paint and on offensive boards. Boise State has a good one coming their

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