Prep Hoops Indiana’s Top 250 Expo took place over the weekend at the Noblesville Boys and Girls Club which saw a bunch of talent from the 2023, 2024, and 2025 class all compete. Along with the players, there were Division…
Prep Hoops Indiana’s Top 250 Expo took place over the weekend at the Noblesville Boys and Girls Club which saw a bunch of talent from the 2023, 2024, and 2025 class all compete. Along with the players, there were Division II, Division III, NAIA, and Junior College coaches in attendance as well. The competition was excellent throughout and there were a bunch of players that stood out. Now, let us take a look a look at the players from Team 15.
(Landon Bundy contributed to this story)
Cain is a lead guard that had a great showing on the defensive end. Really high IQ for his age too and made plays with the ball.
Schank is shorter lead guard that has a nice touch around the rim. Played off the ball a little bit and showed the ability to cut without the ball. Nice three-point stroke as well.
Wainwright III is a very small lead guard that ran the offense very well. Since he is so small, you often utilized the floater which he did a good job at. Was tough on defense and his size did not hurt his aggressiveness.
Hampton is a shooting guard with a solid amount of strength. Tends to play inside more often than not and was good about finishing through contact. At this point, just needs to work on staying under control more consistently.
Parnin is a forward that likes to push the tempo. Also is a real tough finisher and displayed great shot blocking ability.
Perdue is a guard that hustles his tail off. Always made the the little plays which is an important trait to have. Was physical on defense too.
Harvey was easily one of the most talented bigs in the gym on Saturday. He stretches the floor so well and is not afraid to shoot it from deep range. His catch-and-shoot game was money all day. Real interesting big to watch for.
Bostic is a center that plays really physical. Can stretch the floor a little bit and for his size he has great handles. Really like his footwork around the rim as well. The front court combo of him and Harvey was fun to watch.
Ingram Jr. is a big power forward that has length. Was real active but forced shots just a little bit so needs to work on controlling himself a little bit more.