Posted On: 07/19/21 10:36 AM

The final days of the Prep Hoops Exclusive exposed more 2024 prospects to national competition. Guard play was strong but there’s a lot of promise for the playing the forward position. Here’s a list of standouts and top performers.

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Sean Mays - Mays is a well built left handed 6-2 guard. He’s strong and used his bullish frame to drive through opponents for looks at the rim. He scored in transition with a nice move to sidestep a defender and another to convert a steal. Mays seems to be more of a scorer for this Texas Tarheels team but he threw some nifty passes.

Malik Matthews - The 6-3 leadership prep guard had an easy time filling spots as a cutter. Once the defense collapsed, Matthews found gaps that lead to finish around the rim.

Jalen Brown - Brown’s quickness was on display during day 2. He scored in transition and blew by defenders using his hesitation dribble. His relocation three showed good shooting mechanics.

Don Williams Jr. - TACA Storm is getting a quick point guard for the future. Williams Jr. is a solid decision maker, especially in transition. Despite not being the

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