Posted On: 09/13/20 9:51 AM

It’s out of the fire and into the frying pan for many of the North Texas top high school athletes. Most major summer events closed last week, and Gaso’s Fall Classic opens the school ball preseason. Below is a list of hoopers whose performances at the classic are just a glimpse into what they may achieve when the official start of the season begins.

Channon Hall

Hall looks to reprise his starting position at Mansfield Summit once again as he continues to create offense at the lead guard spot. A creative handle and a quick first step open the court for the senior to dissect defenses with his passing. He shows a strong control of the game, not allowing backcourts to speed him up. Expect a big season from him in his senior year as he looks to be the engine of this squad.

Tre Johnson

The 2024 product looks like he’ll be a rotation to starter level player for Lake Highlands when the ball tips in November. At 6-3 with long arms, Johnson debuted as a two-way threat against two veteran lead backcourts. Defensively he’s disciplined, sliding his feet while having a nose for passing lanes.

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