Posted On: 01/2/21 12:35 PM

Counting down the top ten players from the Howard vs White River Classic and why each was a standout (and likely a player colleges should check on). 

Ten. July Schmidt (6’4 Sr C) of White River.  The Tigers used three different players are the five spot in this game and July was the most efficient in terms of defensive positioning and battling for spots in the post. 

Nine. Dylan MarshallDylanMarshall6'0" | PGWhite River | 2022StateSD (6’1 Jr SG) of White River.  Marshall had one of his rougher games missing on 11 of 13 shots but you can tell that he’s a key player for the Tigers.  A key part of how the ball moves for the team and based on the scoring approach I would guess he’s usually going to be a double figure scorer.  Off night scoring wise, but did dish out four assists and grab five boards. 

Eight. Ryder Erickson (5’9 Soph PG) of Howard. Erickson is a stocky, strong lead guard that used his size to get the advantage of his thinner counter part.  Erickson scored four times on seven shots plus kept good touches in the hands of the top three scoring options.  Solid game of nine points, four

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