Posted On: 10/21/20 1:25 PM

The second annual Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo was in Louisville Sunday and there were several talented kids in the building. One good thing about showcases like this is that some kids we've never seen have a chance to make a first impression. Here's a look at some prospects who impressed in the first time I saw them.

Stacy Anderson, Eastern - The 2022 group at Eastern is loaded with talent and with Anderson flies under the radar since he hasn't had a huge opportunity to stand out as more than a role player. On Sunday, Stacey showed he can get into the paint and knock down open shots. He should see a bigger role for the Eagles this season.

Lance Skinner, Henderson County - The main note I had on the Senior guard was "shifty" and that's exactly what Skinner was at the Expo. With good quickness and the ability to change speeds, Lance showed he can get past opposing guards and was a willing passer when teammates were open.

Dakota Capps, Clarksville - Although most of the kids at camp were from Kentucky, Capps made the trip from Indiana and had a good showing. Dakota didn't blow me away with any

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