Moses Brown, Bryan Antoine, Devon Dotson among top performers at UnderArmour

There was plenty of talent on display this weekend at the UnderArmour Association. Who were some of the top performers?

There may not have been a better longterm prospect in attendance at UnderArmour than Moses Brown. The five-star center has good size at 6-foot-11, long arms and made it very difficult for opponents trying to score around the basket due to his length and timing as a shot blocker. Brown rebounded on both ends of the court, finished at an efficient rate and even showed impressive passing ability for the position. Scout currently has Brown ranked 6th in the 2018 class and there's a great argument to be made that he's currently underrated.

Recruiting: DukeKentuckyLouisvilleSt. John'sConnecticutMarylandSeton HallArizona

Devon Dotson is a leader who will be an ideal multi year guy for a winning program at the next level. He's a tough kid who gets after it on defense, playing hard on the ball defense while using his quick hands to deflect passes. On offense, his handle allows him to get to the basket, where he can absorb contact and finish, while he also has the vision to create for others. Dotson is also a capable jump shooter. This is a competitive kid who plays extremely hard on both sides of the court.

Recruiting: KansasFloridaMarylandArizona

A focused Nazreon Reid remains one of the nation's most productive players. Reid has good size for a post, long arms and is an explosive athlete. He's filled out his long frame throughout his high school career but still has plenty of room to get stronger, which will only make him more productive in time. Reid can play with his back to the basket or face up and hit jumpers out to three. His physical tools also make him a tough assignment for opponents trying to box him out from the glass. A consistent motor will take Reid's stock to the next level.

Recruiting: Kentucky, St. John's, Rutgers, Seton Hall, Syracuse, Maryland

An Australia native, Green is a high level athlete with good size for the position who will be able to play multiple sports on the perimeter at the next level. He's got plus size and length and is a terrific finisher who can get to the basket with his quick first step and impressive body control. While Green can keep improving his handle and jumper, the physical tools and talent in transition at his size make him a prospect with the chance to keep moving up the national rankings.

Recruiting: WashingtonCalifornia, Arizona, Arizona StateUNLVTCU

Bryan Antoine entered this event as one of the top prospects in 2019 and certainly didn't disappoint. He's about 6-foot-5 with long arms and a high skill level for the position. He can use his physical tools to get to the basket, while he's also a very capable jump shooter with range to three. Antoine uses his size and length to make plays on both ends of the court, from his rebounding to ability to guard the ball or tally steals. He's an impressive talent with a high ceiling.

Recruiting: Florida, St. John’s, Seton Hall, Duke, Maryland, Rutgers, Kentucky

Scout's 25th ranked prospect in 2019, Jeremiah Robinson is a big post who will be able to play both the four and the five at the next level. What he does best is use his size and motor to lock up the glass, and is an outstanding rebounder on both ends of the court. Robinson also finishes very well in the paint and plays physical defense, also using his motor and timing to block shots. His ability to rebound and compete inside consistently gives him a very high floor.

Recruiting: KansasKansas StateOklahomaCreightonIowaWashingtonMissouri and Notre Dame

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