Posted On: 04/22/21 9:36 PM

Some of the best talent at the Chi-Town Tip Off were the versatile big men listed below. These five players have varying levels of athleticism and explosiveness, but all showed versatility on both ends of the floor. It was my first look at most of these players, and I came away extremely impressed with the group in Chicago this past weekend.

Quentin Mccafferty | Sal Elite

When it comes to running the floor, getting early position, and keeping the feet moving, the 6'9" Sal Elite 2024 center excels. His size is a mismatch against most other centers at 15U, but he makes life easier on himself by hustling in transition. He gets to the block immediately, and in those transition scenarios, many times the defense is scrambled and a smaller player is forced to pick up Mccafferty. He creates the mismatch, and doesn't waste any time in exploiting it, not letting the help arrive.  

Will Hornseth | Wisconsin Blizzards Norgaard

The 6'7" Hornseth popped as much as anyone in the 15U group. He passes the airport test with his height and frame, but he will really suck you in when you see him run the floor

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