Posted On: 04/21/21 1:33 PM

The #PHGrindSZNKickOff featured a ton of talent and a ton of hot shooting, especially considering the direction the game of basketball is heading in. One thing that surprised me was the fact that players weren't as stuck on the three-point shot as I expected. If it wasn't there, I noticed players taking a dribble or two inside the arc and knocking down the mid-range jumper. However, a handful of guys were to be considered elite shooters, from 22 feet out to the vintage 15-foot jumper. 

Dash Johnson (2024), KC United (15U):

Dash Johnson could also be considered one of the premier floor generals in this tournament because he's genuinely the perfect point guard for his KC United squad. Still, his shooting ability makes him an unpredictable threat, and that's something that can't be overshadowed. On the second day of the tournament, Johnson shot 4-of-5 from the three-point line and was a threat from three on the first and last day. He hit at least two threes in each of his four games.

Sam Trap-Johnson (2024), TX Impact (15):

Trap was the best shooter in the tournament, and there's no question about it. When he has the ball in his hand,

Kansas All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops Kansas to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week with an annual subscription!