Posted On: 09/15/20 10:18 AM

Although COVID has put a wrench in a lot of people’s plans this summer, it did nothing to derail the efforts of Houston area players to get exposure. Over the past several months there has been a ton of events in which young players could put their talent on display. Events like OTR’s "Separation Camp", RCS Sports "Rucker On Wood" and Texas Boy’s Basketball’s mini camps, provided a much needed platform for players to be able to compete and keep their games sharp. After attending several of these events, it’s apparent, the class of 2023 seems primed to let their presence be known on the Houston scene. Here’s a look at a few of them.

Chris JohnsonChrisJohnson6'3" | PGFt. Bend Elkins | 2023StateTX

6’4 Combo G | Elkins HS | 2023

Chris can do it all. He is able to make deep shots or finish strongly at the rim. I am most impressed with his ability to make plays for others though. He has excellent vision and the size to look over defenders to make on-target passes. In a perfect world, he would play PG, but at this level, his size, ability to defend other scorers and

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