Points Producing Guard Worthy Of D-1 Looks

Reporter Mike Sullivan is anxious to watch talented New York City guard Shaquille Stokes play more this summer for the Juice All Stars ... Stokes is a prospect that can produce points in bunches ...

Shaquille Stokes, a 5-foot-11, 165-pound guard from Lincoln High School in Brooklyn, New York, may be considered small physically but he packs a big punch on the offensive end.

The baby Shaq bomber, who plays for Tiny Morton's Juice All Stars in basketball AAU events, recently showcased his offensive skill set at the Rumble in the Bronx, held mostly on the campus of Fordham University.

Stokes stated he's always working on all parts of his game but is focusing on helping his team win some games this summer.

PREVIOUS EVALUATION OF SHAQUILLE STOKES' INDIVIDUAL GAME:

In a quarterfinal game against a very talented California Supreme team at the Rumble, Shaquille dropped in 22 points, including four from beyond the three-point line. He's a streaky shooter but is worthy of division one schools taking looks at him this month.

Stokes is only a rising junior so he has ample time to make progress in his individual game. Like all guards that are underclassmen, he'll need to strengthen his frame to handle the physical contact when he takes the ball in the paint.


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