Posted On: 06/8/21 8:24 PM

June summer leagues are underway across the state as players are able to play with their high school teams for the next few weeks, and I was able to check out some of the Milwaukee-area talent competing in Franklin last night. These are some of the top prospects and performers that I was able to see on Monday night.

Myles Herro (5’10 2025 PG, Whitnall)- It’s always exciting to watch a new class of players move into the high school ranks, and one making an early splash is Myles Herro. Don’t let his size fool you, Myles proved he can compete with players 2-3 year older than him, and he did just that as he put up 17 points and dropped some dimes in a tight win over Racine Horlick. He doesn’t have the physical attributes that upperclassmen have, but he’s still able to beat them with his change of pace and feel for the game. Myles was so dangerous coming off screens and getting his defender on his hip to either make plays finishing at the rim or dishing it off to an open teammate in the paint. Myles proved that he can score at all three levels, and even

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