With the completion of the Combine, we take a look back at some of the best of the best from Sunday's action. We continue with our top shooters from this past weekend. Ty Sparling – 2017 SG – Kokomo Sparling is…
With the completion of the Combine, we take a look back at some of the best of the best from Sunday's action. We continue with our top shooters from this past weekend.
Ty Sparling – 2017 SG – Kokomo
Sparling is one of the more underrated shooters in the class. He's got size and ability to create a bit on the perimeter. He showed that last weekend. He's more of a set-shooter right now but if you keep feeding him he can hit over and over again and does it at 6'5.
Matt Barnard – 2017 SG – Mishawaka Marian
Barnard has been growing on our radar for a while now. He's had some big games and really just hits shots. He's been on some teams that understand to feed him when he's in a groove. With that said, it can be streaky but he has the ability to hit 6 or 7 three-pointers in a game. Good one to watch in the northern part of the state.
Cooper Neese – 2017 SG – Cloveradale
Neese is flat-out, the best all-around shooter in the state right now. He's exceptionally good in the mid-range where he can really show off his touch. Cooper can have some big games at Cloverdale and as he heats up he steps further and further away. If he starts puling up from the volleyball line, you know it is a good game.
Trejean Didier – 2018 SG – Fort Wayne South
Trejean is likely the best shooter in his class. He has a bit of a funky release but it doesn't matter as he just keeps hit from three. Tends to shoot more in the corners right now. Showed off-the-bounce more the last few times I've seen him and with his strong build he can be tough to stop.
Joshua Tufts – 2018 SG – Liberty Christian
Tufts is a little more dynamic than some of the other guys on this list because of his body style and ball handling. He's got to be a little more aggressive because the times that he is he looks really, really good. Good from distance and solid touch in the mid-range as well. Another year of development could really be big for Josh.