The difference between good and great can sometimes be measured in heart and effort. If a player is known as a hustle player, than we all know that they are most likely getting the most out of their skill set. Let’s look at some players that stood out at the Prep Hoops Michigan Top 250 because of their hustle.
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Huang made an impact with his effort. He hustled back on defense and denied the offense easy transition buckets.
Walker was a high energy and high effort player throughout the event on Saturday. You could tell that he just wanted it that bad. Congratulations Mr. Walker, you hustled yourself to a future state ranking.
Karel was more than willing to out grind his opponent on both ends of the floor. He was relentless in the way that he attacked the game and took pride in his effort defensively.
Becher was ready to go toe to toe with some of the top talent in the state. He never backed down and was willing to hit the floor gor a loose ball.
Wine is tough, both mentally and physically. This allowed him to go at the games with everything he had. Wine left it all out on the floor in every game that he played in.
When you combine Rummler’s hustle with his overall strength and power, you have a dangerous combo that not many players can match up with. Rummler showed his muscle and hustle and how it allows him to dominate underneath.
Miller showed a ton of hustle, especially when he was in the paint. If he was outsized he attacked the glass with relentlessness using his verticality.
Morales left no doubt at the Top 250. If you watched him at the event, you know that his coach can count on his work ethic. Morales never let up and never seemed to tire. He was willing to do the little things, and do them with maximum effort.
Cull works so hard without the ball. He seems to know that the harder he goes without the ball, the bigger the reward when he gets it back. Cull was always willing to run the floor and never watched the action from the other side.
He’s a waterbug type of guard which means he just never stops. He’ll continuously change direction and can seemingly be all over the court. Dorsett puts a lot into his playing style and he sees the positive outcomes of it.