Posted On: 04/14/21 5:59 PM

Because of injury we really didn’t get a chance to see Owen Caudle at full strength last season. But the slippery 6-foot, 165-point point guard has been quickly making up for lost time in club ball. The junior from Sherwood came off the bench for Elite 24 this past weekend in Houston to provide a spark for the title-winning team and he’s hoping to build off his performance in future tournaments and the season ahead.

"It was definitely a learning experience for me," Caudle said. "I’m usually more of a one guard but with Samaje (Morgan) and Leo (Sewell) I played the two. But the competition was really good and it was good to play with B ( Baydon Kullowatz Baydon Kullowatz 6'5" | PF Sherwood | 2022 State OR ) as it’s been awhile since we’ve done that. It was super fun as we held our own and did really well."

In Houston, Caudle really showed his ability to drive into the lane and finish strong at the hoop. He was often out in transition to get some easy scores but he also was able to create for himself in halfcourt sets. This isn’t a surprise for a guy that shot over 70 percent on two-point shots last season

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