Posted On: 11/29/20 9:48 AM

The holidays wouldn’t be complete without watching high-level amateur sports after dinner. The Thanksgiving Hoopfest featured four teams and a chance to see another 15+ Division 1 athletes, including Emoni Bates. Check out what the future stars of college hoops have in store for the world.

Cameron Corhen Cameron Corhen 6'10" | C John Paul II | 2022 State TX | John Paul II | 2022

This game was another confirmation of Corhen’s ability to play as a mid to high major vertical threat. In the first half alone he flushed to dunks, blocked a shot, and hit a three. Size, production, and mobility are three huge assets to have as a four.

Wade Taylor Wade Taylor 6'0" | PG Lancaster | 2021 State #103 Nation TX | Lancaster | Texas A&M 

Taylor’s always been a terrific floor general. Just ask the guys who’ve watched him run 17U teams since he was a freshman. He can win you a ball game. His early playmaking kept his team within swinging distance. His 21 points were the most of any player, even though it took him 22 shots. His 6 steals stolen possessions from a high powered offense that scored a season-low 61.

Jaylon Tyson Jaylon Tyson 6'6" | SF John Paul II | 2021 State #66 Nation TX | John Paul II | Texas Tech

A consistent two-way threat Tyson

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