Posted On: 07/18/21 7:20 PM

Primarily held at SportOne Fieldhouse, the annual Brawl for the Ball tournament made its way to Fort Wayne this weekend instead of its typical home in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Teams from around the Midwest were in attendance with primarily D2/D3/NAIA coaches checking in on the talent. Let’s take a look at the Indiana natives who stood out the most over the course of the weekend.

Nolan Cumberland (Tippecanoe Valley H.S. 2023)- Cumberland has really nice size for a two-guard and can shoot the lights out. He moves well off of the ball, plays with good pace coming off of screening action, and gets his feet set consistently before firing. He is just an all-around pure scorer that knows how to play on the offensive end. Cumberland was filling it up early Saturday morning for Summit City Elite in a hard-fought win over IE Focus Premier.

Grant Leeper Grant Leeper 6'6" | SF Homestead | 2023 State IN (Homestead H.S. 2023)- Leeper was excellent all weekend long leading Indy Heat Red to a 5-0 championship weekend. Good athlete and long at 6’6" that finishes very well around the basket. Got off to a hot start in the championship game with

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