Posted On: 09/28/20 6:50 PM

The Statement Session held at Southside High was a great event that saw thirty top preps play in an organized and structured setting while receiving tutelage from college coaches. From my perspective, it appeared that all who participated got something from the Statement session.   I got something out of the Statement session as well.  Here are my takeaways from what I saw on Sunday.  

#1  Derrick Tezeno Derrick Tezeno 6'5" | SF North Central | 2021 State LA is becoming a complete player

I do not know a better way to put it.  Tezeno has gone from a guy who just rebounds and plays defense to a certified problem on both ends of the floor.  His full repertoire was on display Sunday.  He rebounded the ball and got it to a guard.  Tezeno  switched onto smaller or taller players during defensive sequences.  He nailed mid-range jumpers and attacked the rim from the baseline which he got several dunks from.  With his athleticism and willingness to do anything on the floor that is needed, it was easy to tell why he is the top player in his class.  With plenty of observers, we will see how many pursue the North Central wing.  

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