Posted On: 03/18/21 2:06 PM

We’ve taken a deep dive into the top guards from Saturday action at the Double Trouble Invitational, here we’re going to look at some of the forwards who stood out, as there was a deep cast of high risers, shot-blockers, and nifty scorers.  

Devin Moise, Norcross Heat Elite 2024 (McEachern)

Moise was an absolute load to handle for the 15U division standing around 6-6, he is an exceptional mover and can simply out-move other forwards at this level, physical frame makes him a force in close to the basket and showed an ability as well to comfortably knock down a 15-footer, definitely an Indians product to watch both this summer and next winter. 

Joel Ibreosi, Tribe ATL 2024 (Peachtree Ridge)

Went from pure energy guy to big-time, aggressive scorer between when I saw them workout and Saturday’s action, was a force catching and slicing into the paint around and through contact, has excellent lift at around 6-1 to get above taller defenders, can play a little guard but more suited at the slashing 3 right now but with a growth spurt could become an intriguing 4-prospect.

Adonai Mussie, Double Trouble Elite 2024 (Parkview)

Checking in around 6-8, a shot-blocking force

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