Posted On: 07/21/21 11:59 PM

One of the joys of larger AAU events is the ability to run into new faces that you have not heard of or haven’t been able to see. The Brawl for the Ball did not disappoint in this regard. Here are five players that stood out. 

Nehikhare Igiehon 6-8 2022 Austin (TX) Let’s get one thing out of the way. I’m not going to publish info I can’t verify. I do not know where this post will be playing next year. But he was playing with the Michigan based Academy NY2LA squad this past weekend. And he was doing some serious work in the post. Exploited the smaller Flint’s Finest frontline line in a classic semi final contest. Was a matchup nightmare due to his mobility and ability to establish deep position in the post. Gets this position by using his thick sturdy frame wisely. Has a good hands and advanced ball skills. Good finisher with quick elevation to the rim. Had a few impressive flushes above the rim on the weekend. Wherever he plays next year this post has bright future. 

Matthew Coffey 6-6 2022 Mount Clemens (pictured at top of article) Not necessarily a new face as I

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