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Posted On: 12/3/21 4:00 PM

There are some talented young players in the Class of 2025 who are already starting to make an early impact at the varsity level during the first week of the season. Prep Hoops Missouri takes a look at what some of the newbies have been doing early in the season.

 


Aaron Rowe 6’2" Father Tolton: The talented guard opened his career in grand style with a 30-point performance against Tennessee Prep at the Darius Miles Blood, Sweat and Tears event at Staley High. Rowe is a nationally-ranking incoming freshman with a very advanced offensive game on the offensive end. He plays with a lot of poise to go along with his fluid array of offensive moves as he can score at all three levels.

 

 

Luke Walsh 5’11" Vianney: The young sharpshooter scored 25 points in his varsity debut against Lutheran-St. Charles and 22 points against St. Mary’s, both victories. In both games, he knocked down seven 3-pointers. He is one of the best shooters in the class. He has a quick release and plenty of confidence

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