ACU Fall League: Week 4
Week 4 of the ACU Fall League ended with some high level performances from quite a few players. Tashon Brown 5’11” PG 2018 Paradise Valley Brown, who shares the point guard position with Terriq Tshaka, has a very nice day.…
Week 4 of the ACU Fall League ended with some high level performances from quite a few players.
Tashon Brown 5’11” PG 2018 Paradise Valley
Brown, who shares the point guard position with Terriq Tshaka, has a very nice day. The sophomore has a great feel for the game and makes good decisions with the ball. He has a pass first mindset and plays with great poise for his age.
Dan Lybbert 6’0″ SG 2016 Scottsdale Prep
After falling to Seton, despite a fantastic comeback, Scottsdale Prep faced off with Pinnacle in a back to back game. Lybbert was hot from beyond the arch, scoring his team's first 13 points. He shot it with range and played with confidence.
Nik Mains 6’9″ F 2016 Pinnacle
Nik has been playing much more aggressively in recent weeks and this weekend was no exception. The 6'9″ senior played with a physical presence around the basket. Though he still needs strength he did not shy away from contact and displayed some added post moves.
Carson Pinter 6’1″ SG 2017 Seton Catholic
Carson certainly has an improved skill set. Coming into the fall as, what most would consider, a one dimensional shooter, Pinter has developed numerous parts of his game, particularly his ball handling. He showed confidence dribbling in traffic and was efficient with it.
Dominic Rogiers 5’10” PG 2016 Paradise Valley
Rogiers started the day well, opening up with a corner 3 and some quick drives. He's a tough guard that plays with a chip on his shoulder. He got into the paint numerous times to force the defense to make a decision and usually got something good out of it.
Jake Rueter 6’2″ PG 2016 Seton Catholic
Rueter had a very strong performance on Saturday. The senior guard controlled the tempo of the game, was shifty in transition, and proved himself as a playmaker. What was most impressive was his ability to create scoring opportunities from the midrange area in clutch situations. He finished both his contests with 20+ points and a healthy amount of assists.
Terriq Tshaka 5’8″ PG 2017 Paradise Valley
Tshaka is a tough little guard. He controlled pace for PV and really pushed in transition. He was able to finish on the break but looked to find opponents more than he did to score. He also defended the ball well.
CJ VanBeekum 6’4″ SG 2016 Paradise Valley
VanBeekum was certainly the most intriguing prospect in the morning sessions of games at ACU. The 6'4″ wing is very smooth and made some plays off the bounce. He knocked in midrange and 3 point shots and consistently got to the free throw line.