Santa Ana (Calif.) Mater Dei
Class of 2009
While both can step out and play on the perimeter, David is more comfortable and is stronger on the perimeter – he shoots it a little more reliably from deep, whereas Travis I think long term he's going to be the bonafide post guy of the two. Or that'll need to be where Travis' focus is. David is that guy who can relocate on his jump shot, has a better resumé in bigger settings when it comes to shooting the ball from the perimeter. Travis would be the guy you project middle to in and gravitating to the post more so than David.
Areas for Improvement:
They have some natural gifts, because these are legit 6-10 basketball players who have the ability (especially David) to shoot the basketball from the outside and now the next challenge is to both be a factor as a rebounder and do more off the dribble – where it's attack or mid-range pull-up. They've got to add that to their skill package. They're regarded as being skilled for their size on the perimeter, but it's from the middle-in and going to the rim – that's the next step for both. And with Travis, further emphasizing on expanding his post and pivot game.
Scouting Report: David & Travis Wear
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