Posted On: 04/17/21 10:26 PM

Here is a list of seven prospects who were able to separate themselves from the rest of the pack on Saturday: 

Clyde Lee III -- 2023 -- Minnesota Hoopers

Standing at just 5-foot-8, Lee is undersized for the point guard position. However, what he lacks in height he makes up for in other areas of the game. Leading the Minnesota Hoopers to a nice win, Lee was very active on defense. He tipped some passes, which led to transition opportunities for his teammates. On offense, the PG was unstoppable when he decided to drive to the rim. Lee used his speed and shiftiness to blow by his defender and finish at the cup. 

Ben Diang -- 2023 -- Minnesota Hoopers

While Lee took care of things in the backcourt for the Hoopers, Diang was the main man in the frontcourt. He controlled the paint on both ends, as he influenced shots, rebounded, and made a couple of difficult layups. At one point in the second period, the forward threw down a dunk that drew a big reaction from his bench. Diang’s energy and presence were a big reason why his team walked away with the win. 

Jaylen Johnson -- 2023

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