Prep Hoops Indiana hosted our annual Freshman Showcase on Saturday featuring over 150 of the best prospects in the Class of 2025. This was a great opportunity to see a bunch of guys as they head into their first season…
Prep Hoops Indiana hosted our annual Freshman Showcase on Saturday featuring over 150 of the best prospects in the Class of 2025. This was a great opportunity to see a bunch of guys as they head into their first season of high school basketball. Here, we take a look and evaluate the players that make up Team 14.
– 5’8 G – Tri-County: Hughes is small but true lead guard. Takes care of the ball and did not force any head scratching turnovers. He was a facilitator for the most part. Hopefully he grows soon so his game can open up more. He finished with 6 pts and 4 rbs.
– 5’10 G – Cathedral: Petty is a shorter lead guard with a strong build and long arms. Defense was strong here and those long arms certainly help him widen his stance. Got through contact well on the drive. Petty finished with 4 pts and 2 rbs.
– 6’3 W – Bishop Dwenger: Kelly is a wing with great court vision. Excellent rebounder and there were a bunch of times that he made very sharp full court passes that lead to fastbreak scores. He is a physical player for sure on both ends and was always fighting through contact for rebounds and buckets. He finished with 12 pts and 10 rbs.
– 6’3 W – Greenfield-Central: Mullins is smooth, athletic wing. Cannot emphasize enough how smooth of player this guy is. Smooth shooter that cannot only light it up from the outside but can drive it inside and finish so well. Can easily tell the talent is there for this prospect and could be one of the more natural scorers in the class of 2025. Mullins finished with 45 pts and 10 rbs.
– 6’4 W – Warren Central: Guess is a big wing that is so powerful and skilled. Rim protector with great size and strength already. On offense he scores mostly inside off the drive or with his back to the basket. If he grows some more he will probably transition into more of a post with the ability to stretch the floor a little. Guess was easily one of the breakout players here and is a guy to watch at Warren Central the next 4 years. He finished with 36 pts and 13 rbs.
– 5’5 G – Richmond: Holland is a small lead guard with solid ball handles. Real shifty player that can get the defender off balance. Best play from him I saw was a shot fake from the top of the key that led to And1 drive. He finished with 8 pts and 2 rbs.
– 5’9 G – Fishers: Endres is a shorter guard that plays the game fast. Quick on his feet with the ball and had one of the more beautiful crossover moves I saw on the day. Has a confident looking outside jumper off the catch. Showed he can be a threat off the ball as well because he was cutting hard and fast to the basket for easy points. Endres is going to be a stud for Fishers in the next few years. He finished with 12 pts and 2 rbs.
– 5’11 G – Norwell: McBride is a shorter and thinner guard. Stuck mostly on the outside with his hands ready to fire off a shot. Got a few of the long rebounds. Need to see him be a little more aggressive but I think long term he could be a reliable 2G once he grows and continues to work on outside jumper. He finished with 10 pts and 6 rbs.
– 6’2 G –Seton Catholic: Moynihan is a taller guard that stuck mostly off the ball here. Looks like he is a shooter but has just a little too much quick wrist action on shot instead of a steady follow through from start to finish. Was pretty aggressive at getting in there and rebounding as well. Just a tad too wild at times on the offense but played with a ton of energy. He finished with 26 pts and 9 rbs.
– 6’3 W – Scottsburg: Coomer is a wing with a good amount of skill. Was great in transition and made a ton of plays off the drive and kick-out. Has a nice shot fake and was solid shooting the long ball off the catch. Incredible rebounder. He will be one of the key guys for Scottsburg for the next few years. Coomer finished with 17 pts and 19 rbs.