Posted On: 09/24/20 11:51 AM

LakePoint Sports once again acts as host for a multi-week event, bringing in many of what are expected to among the state’s best HS teams this winter. Here’s are some players who caught my eye on opening weekend:

Kanaan CarlyleKanaanCarlyle6'2" | PGMilton | 2023State#7NationGA, Sophomore, 6-2, SG, Milton

Not to be outdone by marquee backcourt mate Bruce ThorntonBruceThornton6'2" | PGMilton | 2022State#29NationGA, Carlyle took it at Pace Academy in the day’s opener, he was his typical self off the bounce at times unguardable, Milton was without Devin FarrellDevinFarrell6'1" | CGMilton | 2022StateGA and LT OvertonLTOverton6'5" | PFMilton | 2023StateGA (Pace without Cole MiddletonColeMiddleton6'6" | PFPace Academy | 2021StateGA and Madison DurrMadisonDurr6'4" | PGPace | 2021StateGA), but the smooth guard seemed unaffected, love his willingness to get into the mid-range and drop jumpers and floaters with regularity, but can still get to the rim and beat you from way out past the 3-line, and that’s why he occupies the top spot in our 2023 rankings.

LJ Moore, Freshman, 6-4, SF, Pace Academy

As mentioned, Pace was without Durr in the backcourt so Moore stepped into a hybrid role that the versatile Durr often fills as both a guard and wing, love his activity for a young player, a great mover

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