Posted On: 10/5/20 12:37 PM

Sunday morning NHR rolled out of bed and spent some time at the Breakdown fall league seeing a few games.  Who stood out?  Here’s our group.

Top Prospect Performance - Braeden CarringtonBraedenCarrington6'3" | SGPark Center | 2022StateMN of Park Center (6’3, SG, 2022).  First off I’m going by list winter’s listed 6-foot-3 but I believe Braeden looks taller than that now. Not sure how tall though, but he’s a good sized wing.  Yesterday Braeden not only played the best I have ever seen him play, he also took on new roles and took the game over late.  

For starters, Carrington was playing point guard for PC who started Breaden, Jalen CookJalenCook6'3" | SGPark Center | 2021StateMN, Dawson RudolphDawsonRudolph6'2" | SGPark Center | 2021StateMN, Kabine Kaba, and Ayouba BertheAyoubaBerthe6'4" | SFPark Center | 2022StateMN (JJ WareJJWare6'5" | SFPark Center | 2023StateMN on the bench but still recovering, James ParkerJamesParker6'6" | CPark Center | 2021StateMN is now prepping for football).  Facing Tristan LeeTristanLee6'2" | PGHopkins | 2021StateMN, a good Hopkins defender, I was quite impressed with how Carrington got the offense started each possession. And I was blown away by how well Carrington got to the rim and extended to complete plays over quality Hopkins frontcourt size.  Carrington’s first four scores were at the rim.  Then in crunch time Carrington hit three

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