Below is a list of standout athletes from WYBL in Wisconsin. Yusef Gray Jr.- Nicolet Gray is a dominant forward who does it all for his team. He is capable of grabbing a defensive board and taking it from coast…
Below is a list of standout athletes from WYBL in Wisconsin.
Yusef Gray Jr.- Nicolet
Gray is a dominant forward who does it all for his team. He is capable of grabbing a defensive board and taking it from coast to coast. His presence on the floor screams leader. Gray proves to be an unwavering scorer around the rim, and very clever in the mid-range. His selfless play is contagious.
Omar Cherrington – Pewaukee
Cherrington provided a balanced attack during league play. He proved to be a downhill playmaker with polished passes and artful floaters at the basket. The “tough as nails” guard lead the way defensively with an unwavering will too; fight over the screen, has active hands in the passing lanes, and battle on the boards with the trees down low.
Jayce Brechtl – Waterford
Brechtl was a big presence down low in back-to-back games. His high-level scoring production came from his soft touch in the paint and on the perimeter. The immovable force proved to be active on the defensive end, a clever playmaker and spaced the floor at a high clip for Waterford.
Isaiah Washington – Brown Deer
Washington is a formidable athlete with a high ceiling. He is a dominant presence in the paint; exhibiting a nose for the ball in loose ball situations, exhorting purposeful energy fighting for position on shot attempts, and proves to be a resourceful scorer with an array of finishes at the rim. Washington is an impactful player on both ends of the floor.
Tyler Tiutczenko – Pewaukee
Tiutczenko showed to be a seasoned forward in league play. His footwork and sound fundamentals enabled him to score on all three levels of the floor. The forward spaced the floor for Pewaukee as well as dominated the paint with inventful finishes at the basket.
Jalen Brown – Brown Deer
Brown is a determined leader, who leads by example on both ends of the floor. He demonstrated artful ball handling when initiating the offense and driving the paint. He has a high ceiling because of his grasp of the game, understanding for making others better is a joy to watch.
Gustafson ran the show with great direction and poise. The skillful guard led a balanced attack with great command; knocking down three-pointers with great rhythm, led the break with astute decision making, hitting timely shots when Waterford needed them the most. His orchestration at the helm led them to back-to-back wins.