The Spring Valley Jamboree took place Saturday, Nov 19th at Spring Valley High School. The one-day event featured 12 Las Vegas area teams, playing multiple games all under one roof. As an added bonus, all games were live-streamed on the 7outz…
The Spring Valley Jamboree took place Saturday, Nov 19th at Spring Valley High School. The one-day event featured 12 Las Vegas area teams, playing multiple games all under one roof. As an added bonus, all games were live-streamed on the 7outz Network and are currently available on the network. The event featured some terrific point guard play. in this article, we take a look at the top Floor Generals at the event.
Thought Tony P was one of the top overall dime droppers of the event. He played the position with good precision, executing the offense, while disecting opponents with his passing.
Rodriguez played with a steady hand on Saturday. He’s done a good job showing that he understands, how and where to pick his spots. He has a lot of skill, and could easily justify initiating personal offense, however he’s the consumate floor general, that gets everyone involved.
I’m anticipating a big year for Gouda In all honesty, he was good last year and looked likes he’s ready to have another big season. Offensively outside of his size, what can you critique about his skill set. He shoots it, is uber fast with the ball, and showed this weekend that he can make plays for teammates.
Haylock was his normal steady self. The PG protected the ball, and showed some grit and toughness. He wasn’t opposed to getting on the floor and fighting for lose balls. He’s a PG that will turn down a good shot to help his team get the best shot. Could be a nice high academic prospect for the right school.
Irbe was solid. He played with a nice pace, and showed that he can quickly recognize man or zone defense, and get his team organized. He has good speed, and showed that he can shoot accurately in catch and shoot situations.
I’ve always liked some of Burney’s intangibles, this weekend his skill showed out. I believe he’s more of a shot maker than shooter, however he makes them from a variety of levels. In addition to being one of the top PG’s at the event, his play earned him stockriser status.
Everytime I see him, Ned performs well, look for him to be one of my potential breakout players of the high school season. He plays with terrific ball speed, and can impact games on both ends of the floor. I expect him to be one of the more versatile guards this season.