Posted On: 09/20/20 9:10 PM

Saturday was a huge day for prospects in Southeast/East Ohio as the Route 33 Challenge took place at Logan High School. 33 of the area’s best players competed in front of 109 colleges/universities virtually to gain exposure after COVID ended many of these young men’s high school seasons in March. The event went great with several prospects stepping up and earning interest from media members and coaches watching. Today I highlight the top performers from the event.

Isaac Ward (2021) Logan Elm- Ward was a total offensive weapon on Saturday, impressing in multiple ways. The 5’10 PG was one of the few floor generals on display, orchestrating the offense and keeping guys in sync. Impressed with a quick pull-up jumper that was tough to guard due to the speed of his release. Does so much beyond just scoring, specifically catching my eye by setting screens to get teammates open and allow them opportunities to take open shots.

Trent Hundley (2022) Eastern Brown- Hundley may have been the best "New Name" that competed. The 6’5 WF has a knack for turning defense into offense, and was able to get his hand on the ball consistently whether jumping passing lanes or defending

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