Posted On: 02/9/21 5:33 PM

Fifth ranked Eastview improved to 8-0 Monday night with a convincing win over Prior Lake. Who played well? What prospects impressed? Prep Hoops gives you The Rundown.

Kenji ScalesKenjiScales6'0" | PGEastview | 2022StateMN

Kenji ScalesKenjiScales6'0" | PGEastview | 2022StateMN, a 6-foot-1 junior point guard from Eastview, opened the game with a pair of threes. Scales is the lead guard but after starting the offense is very capable of moving into scoring positions. He opened the game using a Henry Shannon IIIHenryShannon III6'6" | SFEastview | 2021StateMN, a 6-foot-6 senior forward from Eastview, screen to sprint to the spot and hit. His second three was in the corner and it was almost dared to him, so Scales hit it. The defender didn’t close out hard to the corner so Scales took advantage of the space.

When it comes to releases, Scales ranks with the best. He can release shots quicker than most and the snap of the wrist is exactly what people love to see. Prior Lake did not locate him early enough in possessions when he was playing off the ball and the Lightning (and Scales) made them pay. Scales consistently scored throughout the night

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