Posted On: 07/7/21 6:00 AM

AURORA, Ill. --   Which players boosted their stock the most following the 2021 Prep Hoops Summer Challenge?


Chevalier Emery - 2022 - G - Wisconsin Playground Club

He’s certainly never lacked it in the past, but Emery is definitely playing as high of a level of confidence as ever.  The Neenah standout came right off the bench for PGC all weekend and gave them an offensive boost.  Emery just walks in the gym warn and can burry a flurry of triples in a hurry. He’s a quick-trigger guard  with a beautiful stroke in the catch-and-shoot game. Emery is also going to bring it defensively. He’s not afraid to pick guys up 94 feet from the rim and if he senses insecurity from a ball handler, he’s like a shark that smells blood.  Think Emery could be a big x-factor for PGC in July as they certainly have a chance to take the Under Armour crown in 17U.

Noah Feddersen Noah Feddersen 6'9" | PF Menomonie | 2022 State WI - 2022 - PF - Wisconsin Playmakers

Division 1 schools are beginning to call about Feddersen after his performance this past weekend. The Menomonie standout has three Division 2 offers at this time and should be a priority

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