I traveled to the EXOS Showcase that happened in Frisco and got detailed notes on all of the men in attendance. These are the top 2024 and 2025 guards and wings in attendance that got some hands-on experience with college…
I traveled to the EXOS Showcase that happened in Frisco and got detailed notes on all of the men in attendance. These are the top 2024 and 2025 guards and wings in attendance that got some hands-on experience with college coaches, college players, and former WNBA players in attendance. Be on the lookout for the rest of my coverage from this event!
Da’Shawn Hall 2022 Guard 5’10 Crandall High School
Da’Shawn has a lightning quick crossover and a tight handle with a strong ability to beat defenders off the bounce. I was very impressed by his ability to get free using a live dribble, especially with the ease he was able to get into the paint. He is great at using his handle to get to his spots in the midrange, especially at the high post above the free throw line. I would like to see continued development with his shot off the dribble from beyond the arc.
Davean Richardson 2022 Guard 6’1 Hutto High School (Texas)
Davean is a very capable spot up shooter with an ability to punish you from deep. He is great at staying ready when his teammates drive and create open looks for him. He punished the defense with a plethora of looks from beyond the arc. I was very impressed with his on court awareness and the ability he has to see the floor in the full court. He consistently made the right reads ahead up the court and broke full court pressure with ease.
Dustin Turner 2022 Wing 6’3 Lead Hill High School (Arkansas)
Dustin is an incredible athlete with a real ability to hang in the air and finish in the paint. He is great at using his see to his advantage down low, and can bully defenders on the block. I was impressed with his ability to finish in the open court with a live dribble. He showed an ability to confidently knock down shots from all across the arc as well, scoring at a very strong clip. I would like to see continued development with his shot off the dribble from the midrange, as well as improving his overall handle.
2022 Guard 6’5 Klein Cain High School (Texas)
Xavier is a special combo guard with all the tools to become extremely deadly at the next level. He has an impressive frame paired with long arms and fluid mobility. He is agile with a live dribble and can split defenders and make crazy passes out to his shooters when the defense collapses. He is an elite scorer from all three levels already, and made defenders look silly by getting to his shot off the dribble. He is also a deadly shooter off the catch and can space the floor if paired with a ball dominant point guard. He is a freak athlete as well, he has an impressive vertical and threw down some impressive dunks while at the showcase. His ability to finish against high level paint defenders really stood out, he was able to adjust his shot angle and routinely complete tough plays around the rim.
2022 Guard 6’3 Euless Trinity High School
Noel is an impressive athlete; he is built like a linebacker he is still agile enough to get around defenders and avoid opponents at the rim and in the paint. He is great at using his strength to finish in the paint over undersized guards and wings. I was blown away by how tight his handle was, and his end-to-end speed with a live dribble. He showed an ability to knock down shots from around the arc and space the floor. Kabanga was a standout forward at the EXOS Showcase and got the award for best combo guard in attendance, voted on by college coaches, college basketball players and retired WNBA players.
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