Connor Newton Connor Newton 5'8" | PG Denton Guyer | 2023 State TX | Denton Guyer HS | C/o 2023 Emerging point guard, Connor Newton Connor Newton 5'8" | PG Denton Guyer | 2023 State TX was at the top…
| Denton Guyer HS | C/o 2023
Emerging point guard, etting it done from all three levels of the floor while playing at a high pace at all times. Newton displayed a great ability to move and get open when playing off the ball, using screens and finding openings around the perimeter to quickly get a shot up, Connor ran off of screens low and in position to catch and shoot. Newton was patient and intelligent with and without the ball, picking and choosing his spots very well, constantly moving the ball until he found a crack to attack. He also excelled at the give and go, he had a fantastic way of passing the ball and immediately breaking free looking to get it right back. Any time he penetrated the lane he showed off his high-quality footwork and creativity while maneuvering through traffic. His ability to handle pressure as a ball-handler was sensational, often utilizing shaky change of direction and behind-the-back moves to create separation and keep his defender off balance. Although Connor was one of the primary bucket getters for the Wildcats he still made his presence felt on the defensive end with his scrappiness, he got down and dirty for 50/50 balls and took charges, Connor was more than willing to jump in front of an opponent, sacrifice his body for his team, and take punishment like a champ. may have been the smallest player on the court but he played with the biggest heart.was at the top of his game at the GASO Fall Classic, g
| Frisco Memorial HS | C/o 2023
has high major D1 prospect written all over him, a cerebral, very well-rounded player with no glaring weaknesses in his game. His instincts and skillset proved to be on a much higher level than the majority of prospects in his class across the state. Steffe put defenders on skates and broke ankles all game long with his super smooth and crisp handles. Amazing footwork, some of the moves and hop steps Steffe made were truly on a professional level. Another special thing about ’s game was his talent for making off-balance shots look just as easy as any other shot he took. He also proved to be a crafty finisher with a knack for drawing fouls at the rim. Steffe’s court vision was like a superpower that gave him the ability to make a play whenever he desired and the capability to take over the game whenever needed. You can’t help but admire ’s style of play, he was one of the purest basketball players in the entire gym, and every skill he posses is going to translate perfectly to the college level.
| Lake Highlands HS | C/o 2024
sed his length perfectly to score every time, making tough layups outside of the paint, knocking down contested jumpers off the dribble, off the catch, and off of his signature turnaround jumpshot. The top player in the state showed a bag of handles that he could get him results at will, it didn’t matter how hard the defense tried, or how tight they defended him, or how much they double-teamed Tre, he was determined to get off a clean shot one way or another. The great thing about lays at his own pace and doesn’t have to force his scoring, Johnson is constantly reacting and taking whatever the defense gives him. ’s game is that he pis always a pleasure to watch and this event was no different. Everything he did on the basketball court was graceful and effortless, he showed no limitations to his game as he produced in every way at the highest level. The difficulty of the shots he made was astounding, Johnson u
| Duncanville HS | C/o 2024
Texas ranked Sophomore, ad the green light to let it fly as he pleased even when given just an inch of space. This sharpshooter’s talents continue to rise to the next level, he caught the rock and immediately went into his shooting motion, elevating and releasing his jumper over the top of contesting defenders that were crowding his space. was deadly from all-around the arc, but automatic from the corners when spotting up and shooting off the catch. While playing against McKinney High School, Prince caught fire and nailed two three-pointers in the first half that were both heavily contested from different spots on the floor. His three-point shooting helped push the Duncanville Panthers to a 7 point lead going into halftime. Once, Jackson, had it going there was no slowing him down, he came out of the halftime break with the same intensity and consistency from beyond the arc, hitting Duncanville’s first shot for three from the deep corner, stretching the lead yet again. also showed a knack for getting open or to his spots on each possession as he always sprints down the floor in a hurry or runs through the baseline looking to get free., is slowly but surely becoming the best long-range shooter in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. Prince h
| Denton Guyer HS | C/o 2025
The Denton Guyer Freshmen phenom put his elite scoring on full display in each game. Green was a threat to put the ball in the hole every time he touched it and whenever he got hot he became incredibly difficult to contain. Jeremiah’s smooth blow-by first step always led him to his spots in a matter of seconds where he was prepared to put a shot up as fast as possible. Not many, if any, were successful defending Green effectively without extra help, he showcased a natural ability to get buckets in isolation with ease.