Names To Know Heading into WildWood Hoopsgiving
In this article:
The premiere Central Florida season opening has a card full of under the radar prospects. Now holding girls and boys basketball game the two day tournament is 24 hours of basketball. We break down some of the biggest names in…
The premiere Central Florida season opening has a card full of under the radar prospects. Now holding girls and boys basketball game the two day tournament is 24 hours of basketball. We break down some of the biggest names in attendance down below.
The Wildcats bring back a scrappy group. After averaging a shade under ten a game as a freshman Adan Corbin is back after a significant growth spurt.is a shifty lead guard that can get to the rim and kill you in the midrange.
McCoy is a capable floor general that can find teammates and give you double digit scoring. He runs the offense to and constantly looks for the open man. He’s a scrappy defender and exudes leadership. As a younger junior he has plenty of time to continue to get better.
The Silver Hawks have an interesting mix of senior and young talent.had moments where he looked like a small college point guard last season. He’s quick, rarely turns the ball over, and knows how to get his teammates involved while keeping the defense on its heels with his penetration. Mekhi Thompson is a borderline prospect that’s taken steps over the summer. With solid perimeter size at 6’3 he’s a consistent floor spacer and makes and finishes plays in transition.
Downey will have the best three guard lineup in the gym. Between, Gabe Morales, and there’s plenty of size, playmaking, and scoring to go around. When you add in Anniel pichardo and who give Downey a defensive edge on the wing and the block it’s a deep group of players with college aspirations.
The Spartans have an interesting roster with talented guards and size. 6’6recently committed to VMI and holds a top 30 spot in our state rankings. lit up the Prep Hoops circuit with his speed, downhill attacking, and playmaking. Kas Williams will anchor the paint as a 6’9 big man with interesting physical tools.
The Lions bring size, grit, and a talented backcourt to Wildwood.and are emerging as top prospects among the state in their class. and provide size in the paint at 6’6 and inside out scoring.