With the completion of the Combine, we take a look back at some of the best of the best from Sunday's action. We start off with our top overall performers which includes drills, testing, and games. Landon Hall – 2017…
With the completion of the Combine, we take a look back at some of the best of the best from Sunday's action. We start off with our top overall performers which includes drills, testing, and games.
Landon Hall – 2017 SG – Brownsburg
Hall was maybe the most impressive of the event as he graded out very well in all of the testing including tops in Lane Agility, third in 3/4 court sprint, and turned in a 39″ vertical. He played very well during the games portion of the event and looks to be getting progressively better since this time last year. Shooting drills weren't his best test of the day but everything else stood out.
Toriek Miller – 2016 PG – Seymour
The 5'9 point guard came in as a bit of an unknown but he tested out almost as well as Hall did. He showed quickness and agility in his drills including a 3.29 3/4 court sprint and a 40″ vertical. He's got good handles and a solid pace with the ball in his hands. He did well during the games s a guy that can run a team. Relies on his speed and athleticism and for good reason.
Jack McCue – 2016 PG – Avon
On the flipside of the first two who relied more on athleticism, McCue was more reliant on his shooting. Jack was tops in three-point and elbow shooting which isn't that surprising but where he made his hay was with his agility. Jack finished 2nd in Lane Agility and 10th in the weave. McCue continued his shooting into the game portion and his testing reiterated the fact that he's one of the more reliable guys to have on the floor.
Isiah Stafford – 2016 PG – South Knox
Stafford came in as a guy I wasn't expecting to test really well. Games and shooting I thought he would do pretty well but Stafford came in and finished 5th in Lane Agility, 1st in 3/4 court sprint, 11th in Weave and 1st in vertical. Then he went out and did really well during the games. This was a little more of a breakthrough event for him.
Chandler Pitts – 2018 PG – Maconaquah
Pitts tested decently with his best events being 9th in 3/4 court spring, 20th in Lane Agility and three-point shooting. However, he really made his mark during the game portion as he was the most talked about player with a fearless attitude and ability to make plays even with his 5'9 stature. He warmed up as the day went on and was one of the more surprising players.