Ron Holland 1 State 1 Pos 6'9" | PF | 2023 Duncanville | Drive Nation EYBL Most recent Texas Longhorn commit, Ron Holland Ron Holland 6’9″ | PF Duncanville | 2023 State #7 Nation TX , went into fight or…
Most recent Texas Longhorn commit, , went into fight or flight mode in the second quarter and began to put his fingerprints all over this game. Holland defended the rim, snagged countless rebounds on both ends, and he really brought the energy when he drove through the lane and flushed a one-handed and-one dunk attempt all over Brennan’s interior defense. But Ron didn’t stop there, just two plays later he came back for more and produced what could possibly be the dunk of the year as he attacked the rim with bad intentions and annihilated the defender, nearly jumping over them as he posterized his opponent and created the highlight of the night. scored in every way possible, he showcased the capability to get to basket in one dribble, he showed off his stop and pop mid-range jumper, he knocked down a trailing catch-and-shoot three-point bomb, he used his hang time, body control, and length to adjust his layup midair, Holland displayed a fluid reverse pivot jump hook, he cleaned up misses and finished second chance scoring opportunities, and he even made the majority of his free-throw attempts. The highly touted forward had the night of his life, putting up a career high 32 points on 13-of-19 makes from the foul line while shooting 58% shooting from the field and snagging 11 boards.
knack for contesting shots and deflecting passes down low by staying active in the passing lanes. Barnes controlled the post with his the length and defending the paint by his lonesome allowing his teammates to slow the game down from the perimeter.changed the game with his tremendous length, outstanding hands, quick leaping ability, and terrific timing in the interior. The 6-foot-10 center was a phenomenal, reliable, and productive defensive anchor with a
University of Arizona signee, 13 points and 12 rebounds. The Duncanville shooting guard made his presence felt off the ball by making timely cuts to the hoop and relocating himself on the perimeter for open spot-up looks which he made the most out of. On the dribble drive, Lewis sought opened the season with a solid double-double, dropping out contact and utilized his incredible body control and overwhelming upper body strength to power his way up with a shot, whenever he put his shoulder into their chest Brennan’s young guards didn’t stand a chance against K.J. inside the lane. Great effort on the glass, his aggressiveness on long defensive rebounds led to multiple fast break opportunities for the Panthers.
was the glue guy, the floor general, and the biggest three-and-d contributor on the court. The 6-foot lead guard showed off and scorched the nets with ultra-quick, effortless shot release on his deep range jumpers off the catch and the dribble and once he got hot Aric began hitting shots in bunches. On the defensive end, Demings attempted to slow down Brennan’s offense with his pesky nature and full court ball pressure, never landing himself into foul trouble or getting overly physical, Aric did a fantastic job of keeping his man in front and making them exert a lot of energy while working for every inch they got. This young man had a major effect on the outcome of the game as a whole as he filled up the stat sheet with 12 points, 11 assists, and 3 rebounds.
et the tone early for the Brennan Bears, he had the offense running efficiently from the jump leading his guys to good clean looks at basket, combined with a hot start to the game, going 2-for-2 from beyond the arc, drilling insanely deep three-pointers off the bounce from well behind college range. Throughout the game, he showed special ability to get to the rack at will, Flemings looked impossible to stop when coming downhill, it didn’t matter which defender Duncanville threw at him he was able to size them up with between the legs crossovers and blow by them with his explosive first step. His explosiveness and full court speed made him a magnificent scoring threat in transition, anytime Flemings drove down the floor he had the defense on their heels and got into the teeth of the defense for high arcing floaters or kick outs to the corner. Kingston was subjected to full court pressure defense from beginning to end and handled it like a pro, showing poise and control under pressure along with the ability to set up his offense and dictate the tempo without being sped up, never relying on a screen to get across half court. Defensively, made great use of his length particularly when challenging shots at the rim, he often altered the shot trajectory and forced the miss without fouling. The Brennan star is starting the season off on a high note, putting up 23 points, 8 assists, 8 rebounds, 3 steals, and a block, showing elite floor general skills and intangibles while proving to be the heart and soul of the team.is a name that is now hotter than ever after putting on a show in a dynamic performance in a hard fought loss to the Panthers. Flemings s
To start the game off, the 6-foot-3 guard Camden Cowgil wasted no time getting a high percentage shot, on the very first possession of the game, Cowgil made an excellent slip to the basket for a quick and easy backdoor layup. Cowgil displayed remarkable off the ball movement throughout the entirety of the game, constantly running, cutting, popping, and finding openings near the baseline as well. This three level scorer didn’t take many of any shots that weren’t in his sweet spots, Cowgil showed a tendency for getting a defender on his hip as he drove at the baseline before slightly fading away and pulling up for the high release leaning jumper. Camden poured in 15 points with 5 rebounds to go along with it.
Elite freshman prospect impacted the game in a variety of ways while facing the nationally ranked Duncanville Panthers, finishing the night with 9 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists. Ward played with a good feel for the game for such a young player, always landing in the right spots at the best time for rebounds, passes, and scoring opportunities, the ball always seemed to find him. He was a good distributor, a timely passer, he saw his teammates no matter where they were and he was able to get the ball to any spot on the court with strong and accurate throws.