Christopher Birden 4 State 3 Pos 6'7" | SF | 2025 Isidore Newman | LivOn Fleur De Lis Chris Birden is long, athletic, and always attacks the rim with anger. From the way he played during the pangos camp,…
Chris Birden is long, athletic, and always attacks the rim with anger. From the way he played during the pangos camp, he can almost play any position on the floor. It would be times when he grabs the rebound and starts the fastbreak and the next play he is going down and posting a kid up. When he played off the ball with smaller guards, he had no issues taking and making threes.
Carl’sheon Young is a left-handed assassin that makes that game look easy. He has no problem on the defensive end contesting shots regardless of who is attacking the rim. He does a great job getting to his spots to get his shot off and always knows when to spend up and when to slow down to keep the defender off balance. What is most impressive about him is that he always plays within himself, and is almost impossible to speed him up. Young is one of the best-kept secrets in Oklahoma and definitely college coaches should keep it on their list for prospects.
Jeremiah Cooper is very active around the rim. He loves to hang around the dunker spot and make himself available for lobs off a guard’s penetration. He has no problem giving your team second and third chance opportunities by keeping the ball alive offensively. Even if he can’t grab the rebound he uses his active hands to tip it out and give his teammate a chance to recover it. As he continues to grow his offensive game, he can become a pretty player that makes an impact on both ends of the floor.
TreVaun Clark plays with pure energy and loves crashing the offensive glass. If he ends up in transition with or without the ball, you might want to watch your head because he has no problem taking flight towards the or pointing in the air to signal a lob being thrown. What I loved about his game is he plays hard on every play regardless of which side of the ball he is on. He has a chance to be a major prospect as he continues to grow into his body and mature.
Bryce Dixon Bryce Dixon 6'4″ | SF Pinkston | 2026 TX although he his height doesn’t pop out at you, he always lets his presence beknown on the court. As I was watching him play he reminded me a bunch of a glue guy that just knows how to fit into any system. He can rebound that basketball and has no problems finishing around the rim. If he reaches his full potential and continues to grow in stature I can see his stock rising over the next few years. He reminds you of that old school big man that does all the little things that most players don’t like to do.