Posted On: 04/21/21 10:58 PM

It was a beautiful weekend in Chicago this past weekend for the Chi-Town Tip Off, and we were blessed with some outstanding team basketball and talented individuals. There were five versatile wings who caught my eye, so let's discuss their talents:

Langdon Norgaard | Wisconsin Blizzards Norgaard

Langdon was a major reason for his team's 4–0 record in Chicago. He passes it well, and constantly moves without the ball. His skill for rebounding was the most impressive aspect of his game. He will fly in from the wing while reading the flight of the ball the whole way. He has a knack for tracking down missed shots and loose balls. The focus and anticipation he possesses make him an excellent team defender who can guard multiple player, and cover up mistakes or miscommunications around him.

Clark Easley | Big 3 Basketball

The 6'6" wing plays with excellent energy and passion. He was diving on the floor, sprinting on closeouts, and finishing plays with multiple efforts. He is a bit clunky sometimes handling the ball or making moves, and doesn't have great touch at this point in his development. Already, though, he is a really intriguing shot

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