Posted On: 06/1/21 4:19 PM

The Cream City Collision took place in the Milwaukee area over the weekend, providing the opportunity for a lot of under-the-radar prospects to stand out. These eight players may not have came in to the event as big names, but they left a lasting impression of why college coaches will want to have them on their radars.

Kyle Haas (6’ 2022 PG, WOTN 2022 Johnson)- Not sure there was a better passer over the weekend than Kyle Haas, as his productive weekend included a 16 assist performance. In one of the games I watched he didn’t score a single basket, but still managed to make a massive impact on the game by his ability to see openings in the defense that not many players can see. Kyle not only has tremendous vision, but his ability to deliver accurate and well-timed passes is also impressive. He zips in his passes with pace, and is able to lead his teammates or put the ball in places that only his target can reach, leading to some easy baskets. On the defensive end he showed great hands to strip the ball from driving opponents, and his strong frame combined with quick feet allow him to

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