Frankie Fidler

Posted On: 01/11/21 10:00 AM

The Mid-America Center hosted the 15th annual MAC Shootout this weekend, pitting several teams along the Iowa-Nebraska border against one another. These were the best wings at the event:

Braden ThompsonBradenThompson6'1" | PFNebraska City | 2022StateNE - Nebraska City

Thompson was an issue for the size-deficient Yellowjackets on Friday. The 6’4" junior punished his smaller matchups no matter his position on the court. When he received the ball on the perimeter he utilized his strength and speed to get a shoulder past his man and keep him there. In the lane, he hurt Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson by grabbing offensive rebounds or finishing in traffic. He received the ball in the high post, and his opponents elected to swarm him, to which Thompson calmly responded with some pass fakes or escape dribbles, and he found the right option from there.

Frankie FidlerFrankieFidler6'6" | PFBellevue West | 2021StateNE - Bellevue West

Between the Metro Holiday Tournament a few weeks ago and the MAC shootout this past weekend, I have seen Frankie FidlerFrankieFidler6'6" | PFBellevue West | 2021StateNE struggle with his shot at times. He missed a few jumpers early in this one, just like he has in his past few games. What I love to see is him responding to

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