Posted On: 10/28/20 8:11 PM

The Border League showed out with some of the best talent in the nation. There phrase on the weekend was "show us don’t tell us" which I loved because many players came out with something prove. 

Here are our picks for the best forwards from the Border League in Gilbert, Arizona. 

Dreshaun Doyne- Southern California Academy

Dreshaun Doyne is a player who always seems to be in the right spot at the right time. Dreshaun finds good positioning on the floor, whether that’s boxing out for rebounds or cutting towards the basket for easy lay ups. He is a player who does not need the ball in his hands to be effective. Dreshaun rebounds very well, with his good vertical he jumps over players to grab boards. He also uses his good footwork on the defensive end to slow down opposing players and block shots. Dreshaun has one D1 offer as of right now but is a guy college coaches should not sleep on as he is an unselfish guy you can throw into almost any system.

Mike FosterMikeFoster6'8" | PFHillcrest Prep | 2021State#15NationAZ- Hillcrest Prep

Mike FosterMikeFoster6'8" | PFHillcrest Prep | 2021State#15NationAZ was physically one of the most dominant players at the event. Mike is

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