Posted On: 12/20/20 8:46 AM

The holiday season practically begs for high-level basketball, and that’s what the Christmas Crossover delivered. Guards in both games stole the show, including an explosive 33 point performance from a talented unsigned senior. On the flip side, a rising star in Texas 2022 class held his own against one of the best frontcourts in the state.

Johnathan Massie

Big guards like Massie will always curry my favor, especially if they can play above the rim like Massie. His highly efficient game netted 18 points and several finishes through contact. His two dribble pull up in the mid-range looks great. He’ll be part of a talented McNeese State class.

Sir Isaac HerronSirIsaac Herron6'7" | PFLegacy School of Sports Science | 2021StateTX

Herron’s best contribution came from the defensive end. He flashes the offensive tools to be a tough matchup on that end as well, especially with his jump shot inside the arc, but it’s the disruptive defensive plays that lead to a Titan’s win. The unsigned senior with a handful of mid-major offers showcased his athleticism and timing with 4 blocks. When leading the team’s press, his length and quickness stunted ball movement the entire game.

Robert JenningsRobertJennings6'7" | PFDeSoto | 2022StateTX

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