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 upperclassmen from this past weekend. Preston Flamion – 2016 SF – Carmel There were…
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 upperclassmen from this past weekend.
Preston Flamion – 2016 SF – Carmel
There were plenty of upperclassmen at the even and Flamion was one of the top guys there. He's such a versatile player that in an environment like this he can really excel. He was matched up against bigs and guards and was able to be effective against both. Preston's size gives him a big edge at 6'5.
Justin THomas – 2016 PG – Pike
Thomas is one of the more underrated guys in the state in terms of talent. He can get overshadowed at times but he's been good as a pure point guard option. He doesn't test at the top of anything but he's right there and his play is consistent from game to game. Don't be surprised if he has a big year for Pike in 2015-16.
Wyatt Hughes – 2017 PF – Maconaquah
Hughes was really good during the game portion of the event. He's big and strong and a good inside-out threat with his shooting ability. He looked more comfortable shooting from the elbows to the top of the key more than he ever has. Give him another year of growth on his body and he should be one of the better post products in the state.
Samuel Guymon – 2016 PF – Bishop Chatard
Guymon impressed this weekend with his versatility. He measured in bigger and taller than I thought but on the flipside was much more dynamic a player than he showed this summer. Took guys off the bounce in transition and was able to finish well. Decent body for a lower level prospect and one of the best overall at the event.
Cooper Neese – 2017 SG – Cloverdale
Neese is the best pure shooter in the state. He's got a lot working for him in that he has size and he's fairly athletic and a confidence that every time he touches the ball it is going in. Will draw a lot of similarities to Ryan Cline although Neese is the better mid-range shooter and Cline is better from distance.