Standout Floor Generals
It is always great to watch these young PG’s really transform into Floor Generals and that is what we saw this past weekend in Mesa, Arizona the development of these top tier PG’s. You might not focus so much on…
It is always great to watch these young PG’s really transform into Floor Generals and that is what we saw this past weekend in Mesa, Arizona the development of these top tier PG’s.
You might not focus so much on JJ as he is the kid at helm of a superior team that is deep, but JJ is an elite PG with major skills. When he is out on the floor he is going out of his way to look for teammates and drop dimes all over the floor. He has the ability to throw that one-handed bounce pass to his teammates running the wing heading towards the rim and he gets it there on the money. The way that he can get in the lanes and create is impressive and he is shifty with his handle. JJ is running with DNA Academy/Team Why Not, this team is stacked and he gets his teammates great looks.
Not only is Will playing up a grade but he is playing at a high level against older players. He is undersized to begin with but his game speaks for itself as he can get by defenders and get in the lane. He uses a variety of finishing moves at the rim and he does not shy away at going at those bigs. Out on the wings he is splashing from all over. His handle is something to see as he has some moves. Will is playing on that Seattle Rotary 2028 squad.
Delton is running with a deep AZ Unity team and he is the do it all ball handler that was impressive this past weekend. He was showing out his quick first step as he is just moving with a different gear. He is making quick players look slow. Kinda shows flashes of a mixture of JA Morant and Russell Westbrook. He attacks the rim with no fear and he is shooting the ball at a high level. one the best energy guys this weekend. Big time prospect to track moving forward.
BBIQ on this young hooper. The way that he stays on a string with the vision of the ball handler out in the perimeter to get his ball handler to find him. Aiden made some tough long jumpers and he was weaving his way to the rim. His range is something to really see and you can see that he is still scratching the surface to his level of play. His handle is great but his passing ability and his vision is something that often gets over looked. Rose City has a nice squad and a good Floor General in Aiden.