Manheim, PA — The Spooky Nook Sports Complex played host to the A-Game Super Shootout which was absolutely loaded with talent across the board. In an action packed two days, Prep Hoops Next was able to evaluate prospects from each…
Manheim, PA — The Spooky Nook Sports Complex played host to the A-Game Super Shootout which was absolutely loaded with talent across the board. In an action packed two days, Prep Hoops Next was able to evaluate prospects from each middle school age group. In this article I take a look at some of the top performers from the 6th grade platinum division. Click here to read part one of top performers from the 6th grade division!
Babatubde Oladotun | Team Takeover Eric Green | [Class of 2027
In terms of potential and upside, Babalola is at the top list from the A-Game SuperShootout. Babalola currently stands at 6’1 with super long arms and legs and has range that extends well beyond the three-point line. Oladotun already has a skilled handle and overall skill set which has helped put him well beyond his peers in terms of where he is at in his game. Oladotun is a name people will definitely be hearing more as we continue to see more of the 2027 class play.
Team Takeover always seems to have stellar guard play and Price seems to be the next one up for the prestigious program out of Washington, DC. Price has an advanced level skill set that separated him from others at the A-Game SuperShootout and showed good signs of leading his team on offense as a reliable floor general.
Tyler was the workhorse down low for the 6th grade platinum championship winning Scholars team at A-Game SuperShootout. Tyler has some bulk to him to go with his 6’0 height which created a major mismatch down low as he was hard to stop around the rim. Tyler also showed good awareness when he was running the floor and displayed that he can step out to the midrange and shoot a jumper. How much Tyler grows and how he takes care of his body will determine what his future looks like.
Warren was the other twin tower for the T-Town Ballerz who made a major impact in the paint at the A-Game Super Shootout. Warren, who lines up next to Nick Harken, in the paint makes for a dominating duo in the paint. He impacted the game on both ends of the floor as they advanced far into the tournament. Warren currently stands at 5’10.
Upside is written all over Wheatley with his size standing at 6’0. Wheatley did not have the chance to show all of his potential this weekend just because of how talented his team is but when he had the opportunity, he took full advantage of it. Wheatley grabbed our attention at A-Game SuperShootout and will be on our radar in the coming months.
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