Fall League basketball is in full swing with teams getting prepared for the upcoming season. The Hoop Group Fall League was filled with standouts as they made plays at both ends of the court. Here are the HGHQ Fall League…
Fall League basketball is in full swing with teams getting prepared for the upcoming season. The Hoop Group Fall League was filled with standouts as they made plays at both ends of the court. Here are the HGHQ Fall League Standouts from this week.
, 6’2 PG St. Thomas Aquinas 2024
Jones left his mark on the game as he was tough to stop at both ends of the floor. The 6’2 guard was a thief in the backcourt as he forced multiple steals, which led to easy runouts. Jones was constantly getting into the paint as CBA could not contain him off the bounce. He knocked down a deep triple and played with confidence with the ball in his hands. Jones is a talented guard prospect whose ability to make plays at both ends of the floor will help his stock in a big way.
, 6’2 CG St. John Vianney 2023
Winnik had a dominant showing at the HGHQ Fall League as he set the tone early for the Lancers. The 6’2 guard started off the game hot as he knocked down a pair of triples. Winnik went to the basket with a purpose as he finished nicely around the basket and was unafraid of drawing contact. He showed the ability to run the offense at times and moved his feet on the defensive end. Winnik’s ability to score the ball in multiple ways is something that St. John Vianney will need this season to make a tournament run.
, 6’5 PF Hightstown 2023
Eaves put his full game on display at the HGHQ Fall League as he was unstoppable in the game. The 6’5 forward caught everything thrown his way and played with great footwork down low. Eaves showed off a nice touch around the basket and has a good release on his jumper. He was tough to box out on both ends of the floor and influenced a number of shots on the defensive end. Eaves is one of the most underrated prospects in the Garden State and is in store for a big 2022-23 season.
, 6’4 SG Manasquan 2025
Adams had big moments down the stretch for the Warriors as he helped them squeak out a win over Team Belmar. The 6’4 guard used his handle to create space for himself and consistently drew contact in the paint. Adams made a couple of tough layups around the basket and shot the ball with confidence from behind the arc. He made good passes in the half court and slid his feet on the defensive end. Adams is one of the top guards in the Shore Conference and should put it on display this season for Manasquan.
, 6’0 PG Ranney 2023
Hester was the driving force for the Panthers as he made plays for them throughout the game. The 6’0 guard was tough to contain off the bounce as he was able to get to the paint and finish around the basket. Hester was unafraid of drawing contact around the basket and knocked down a couple of shots behind the arc. He controlled the pace of the game and ran the offense effectively throughout the game. Hester is a scoring lead guard prospect who should put big numbers for Ranney this season.
Other Prospects to Know:
, 5’11 PG Rutgers Prep 2023
, 5’11 PG St. Rose 2025
, 6’3 SG CBA 2023
, 6’5 SF Brick Memorial 2023
, 6’3 SG Lacey 2023