The 6-foot-3 Carter did a little bit of everything on the night. Most impressive was his ability to take and make shots from the mid-range and beyond. Add in that he is a good athlete, and someone who can really finish in traffic, and there wasn’t much from a scoring perspective that you could want Carter to do more. Beyond that Carter showed some solid skills to run a team. While he isn’t a pure point guard, he is good off of ball screens and shows good floor vision. Overall it was a good performance on a big stage. Recruiting wise he listed offers from Iowa State, Memphis, Mississippi State, Miami, South Alabama, Murray State, Florida Gulf Coast, and UNLV. His father played at Mississippi State so he is a legacy recruit for the program.
NY2LA: Tyson Carter
It has been a big summer for Tyson Carter of MBA Hoops Elite, and that continued in a big way on Wednesday at the NY2LA Summer Jam. Carter put on a show in front of a host of college coaches.
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