Posted On: 01/23/22 10:15 PM

The Showdown in O-Town pitted some of the public and private schools in Orlando against each other. We saw high major prospects turning in big performances, a group of underclassmen battle seniors, and state title favorites in a nightcap. Below are the players who stood out in a talented field.


Duke’s latest 2023 signee Sean Stewart Sean Stewart 6'8" | PF Windermere | 2023 State #38 Nation FL used his athleticism to disrupt Trinity Prep’s interior offense. 5 first half blocks and two steals were his biggest impact, although Stewart scored in transition. In the second half, he showed his patented mid-post shot creation. Between his explosive athleticism, size at the combo forward spot, and passing, Stewart has earned his fifth star.

[player_tooltip player_id=Sophomore Chalier Torres Chalier Torres 6'3" | SG Windermere | 2024 State FL used his first half minutes to open a lead Windermere wouldn’t relinquish. He’s scored all 8 points in the opening frame, hitting two threes and scoring on a putback. Torres is the team’s starting point guard and affected the rest of the game with ball movement.

Chris Nurse was on fire in O town Showdown opener. His 22 points were products of 4 of 7 shooting from three,

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