PHI Combine: Underclassmen
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 underclassmen from this past weekend. Cobie Barnes – 2019 SF – Floyd Central This…
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 underclassmen from this past weekend.
Cobie Barnes – 2019 SF – Floyd Central
This was my third day getting to see Cobie and he has impressed every time. The 6'5 forward is versatile and looks to be one of the state's best. He's got a big body and a good dribble-drive game going hard at the rim. He's going to see a lot of time in the post because he's just better than everyone else down there right now.
Trejean Didier – 2018 SG – Fort Wayne South
Didier has a chance to be really good. Big, strong wing who can just light up the floor. Trejean is a good three-point shooter and does well to elevate on his jumpers. If he can add in more of a dribble-drive game using screens on the perimeter, that would go a long way with him.
JalAn Mull – 2018 PG – Fort Wayne Northrop
Jalan is one of the more unknown guards in the state for 2018. He's a tough customer who just seems to get things done whether you are watching or not. Decent size and tough, Jalan does well going at the rim and can sprinkle in some jump shots too. Dynamic guard to watch.
Jeffrey Reynolds – 2018 SF – Greenwood
Reynolds is far from a finished product and has yet to define his game but that is a good thing. Jeff will need to add some weight and once he does he should be able to raise his game. Looks more comfortable as a inside-out forward who can put the ball on the floor a bit. A lot of skill with Reynolds.
Jordan Webb – 2018 PG – Covenant Christian
Webb is more mature than most his age and it gives him an advantage he can take with him. He's tougher and more willing to make plays that others just don't. Unknown how that will look in three years but today that is a guy that makes play after play and displays good understanding of the game and his position.