Posted On: 12/14/20 11:49 PM

I was able to see games at the Edmond Open and the Joe Lawson Memorial Invitational Tournament, including each of the top six prospects in the Oklahoma 2021 class. I have not seen a week with quite this much star-power in my career as I saw during week two, and it is unlikely that I will again anytime soon. The players listed below are among the best senior prospects I saw during the second week of OSSAA basketball action and are in no order.


Trey AlexanderTreyAlexander6'4" | SGOklahoma City Heritage | 2021State#55NationOK | Heritage Hall CG

As Alexander’s weekend in the Joe Lawson tournament progressed, it became clear that his weekends spent participating in Team Griffin training camps paid off.

They call him Tricky Trey, and one reason for that is his talents in converting shots at tricky angles, where he helped the Chargers gain the most ground as they claimed the tournament title. If he has any space, no matter how shallow he is in accordance with the rim, it seems he is always able to put the ball in the net.

Alexander also earned tournament M.V.P. honors after

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