The Prep Hoops Kansas Top 250 Expo was held on Sunday at the HyVee Arena in Kansas City. Here is a look at the top five performers from Missouri during the day. Donald Bangham Jr. 6’3 Ruskin: The 2022 shooting…
The Prep Hoops Kansas Top 250 Expo was held on Sunday at the HyVee Arena in Kansas City. Here is a look at the top five performers from Missouri during the day.
Donald Bangham Jr. 6’3 Ruskin: The 2022 shooting guard was a bucket all day with his creative scoring ability and explosive athleticism. He delivered one of the signature moments of the came when he threw down a tomahawk dunk over a 6’7 defender. He’s an excellent iso player who broke down defenders to get to the basket or pull up from 3-point range.
6’6 Hillcrest: The 2023 standout displayed his versatile skill set throughout the camp. He was money from 3-point range as he he catch and shoot, hit you with the jab step or create off the dribble. He is also strong on the dribble with his size. He is a confident ball handler who can see over the defense with his height to drop some nice dimes.
6’6 Kickapoo: The big 2023 redhead was a force in the paint throughout the camp as he imposed his will with his motor and skill set around the basket. He was a bucket in the post, but he also scoured the offensive boards for putbacks and got transition baskets on several hard rim runs.
6’6 Glendale: The 2022 Stretch 4 set the tone for a big day in the first three minutes of his first game. He made a steal, dribbled the length of the court to hit a runner. He then followed up with a pair of 3-pointers and a short jumper in the lane. It was an impressive stretch and he kept that kind of productivity up throughout the day.
6’5 Rock Bridge: The 2023 wing displayed his smooth shooting stroke from 3-point range. He was knocking them down in transition and in the half court game as well. He was also stepping in the hit the mid range jumper when defenders closed out on him. He’s strong enough and handles the ball well enough to create space for himself.