Posted On: 09/28/20 10:01 PM

The needle-shifters mentioned below were among the biggest stock-risers at the Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo in Edmond last weekend. The list is not comprehensive of all players who played well, but is limited to five who stood out above the rest to the Prep Hoops Oklahoma staff.


Ian Hislop -- Tulsa NOAH 2022 PG

→ Hislop may have been the best or second-best passer in the gym, and spectators could see the visible joy he has in making plays for teammates. He produced eyes in the back of-his-head dishes all day, routinely drawing defenders with decoy pumps and clever eye-work to distribute the ball to cutters, and it appeared effortless. He has a great handle and displayed feel for the timing and development of offense, surveying the opposing defenses to find lanes and orchestrating plays out of the handle. Most impressively, he did it with unfamiliar faces on his roster, meaning he was able to establish trust with his pieces early in the day and elevated the play of all of his

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