Posted On: 12/30/20 12:55 PM

Jaedon Eddens | 2022 OKC Storm C

Eddens was on major cleanup duty for Storm, and he was excellent within his role.

The 6-foot-4-inch Eddens rebounded competitively, and he was often tasked with guarding a taller or even stronger player..

Offensively, the junior post scored 6 points in the fourth quarter in an effort to close the Storm deficit against Destiny. Though Storm was not triumphant, Eddens stepped up in big ways as a post scorer.

Elijah MasonElijahMason6'3" | SFHoops for Christ | 2020StateOK | 2021 HFC Warriors F

Elijah MasonElijahMason6'3" | SFHoops for Christ | 2020StateOK (Clare Reynolds/Prep Hoops).

Mason notched 32 points and eight rebounds in a win against Jones Tuesday morning before turning around to play another game against Casady.

The senior forward has diversified, solidified and polished his craft over the past couple years to the point where there is not much he isn’t capable of. His frame is solid, but not hefty, and he has great mobility for the power that comes with it.

Mason can shoot the ball pretty well, also, but he is no stranger to taking it on the dribble and putting on a skinny maneuver

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