Michael Proctor, 6-8 F
Proctor reminds of a more athletic Kramer Knutson. Bouncy legs and very active around the glass. Development on the offensive end could land him at the MM-LM level.
Nic Witherill, 6-3 G
Hard nosed and the mental toughness of a winner. Witherill wants the ball in crunch time and makes things happen. Great understanding of how to play the game. Has improved his range to beyond the arc (with consistency) over the last year. His strength has been and continues to be the mid-range game.
Dominick Ruth, 5-9 PG
The PG from Saguaro had a solid tournament. Plays hard for 32 minutes a game. Good decisions on the break and lets the game come to him. A 3pt.
threat which makes him hard to guard!
Jayson Shreve, 6-6 F
Shreve comes after you around the glass. His style of play suggests a football player playing basketball. He has bulked up over the last year. Can shoot it from 15ft.
Division II Prospect
Matt Rhodes, 6-4 W
Athletic wing who plays bigger than his 6-4 frame. More inside type of player right now but will have to face the basket at the next level. Can shoot it from beyond the arc, but attacking the glass is his strength. Ball skill improvement will elevate his stock.
Others of note:
Barrett Robbins, 6-6 F
John Jackson, 6-2 G
Waylen Towns, 5-10 PG Marcos de Niza High School
KT Jackson, 6-5 P
Paul Bartels, 6-5 F
Brandon Gabbard, 6-5 F
Tyler Miller, 6-5 G
Miller, has been
considered one of the best pure shooters in the State, but his other skills are
starting to show. I hate the term high basketball IQ, after
all, what the hell is that? But
Nick Markovich, 6-0 G
Another solid prospect from Basha. Markovich (right now) is an undersized 2 guard with above average ball skills. Work on his weak hand dribble and learning the PG spot make him a solid MM prospect. Can stroke it from 3 but really attacks the glass for a 6-0 guard. A catch and shoot player!
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Marquez Valdez, 6-1 G
Colin Borchert, F 6-9 F Mountain Ridge
Borchert is a very skilled young forward with the ability to play on the perimeter and with his back to the basket. Nice stroke to three and a very good feel in the post. Good feet and hands. He needs to get tougher with the ball. He came off the bench?????????
MM Prospect – HM Follow
Others of Note:
Chris Johnson, 6-5 P
CJ Wright, 6-5 P
Johnathan Nelson, 6-5 F