Posted On: 07/10/21 9:55 PM

Live period tends to bring the best out of prospects, only because college coaches, from different programs, are in attendance.

Saturday featured a lot of great performances.

I was on hand at The Platform to observe the action.

Here are seven solid performances from Saturday.

Ryan Forrest, Woodz Elite 2023: The 6-foot-3 shooting guard had his way in the 71-57 win over 94 Feet Elite 2023. His 27 points led his team, and Forrest made things look easy. Forrest is a pure athletic that thrives in the open court, has smooth ball handles that will catch the defender off guard and can finish at the rim with either hand. The rising junior isn't one of the best 3-point shooters in his class, but he can make enough from 3 to get the defense's attention. Forrest is a solid prospect in the 2023 class.

Elijah Reynolds, East Coast United 2023: Reynolds showed poised in his team's 51-50 victory over Family Elite 2023. With the game hanging in the balance, the 5-9 point guard drove into the lane, drew a foul as he attempted a short jumper. Reynolds went to the free throw line and made both shots, giving his team the

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