2024 Rankings Breakdown: Finishers
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You don’t have to be a high-flyer to be a good finisher. High-volume outputs with high-percentage conversion are all you need. Here is a look at some of the better finishers you’ll find in the recent rankings update. #2 |…
You don’t have to be a high-flyer to be a good finisher. High-volume outputs with high-percentage conversion are all you need. Here is a look at some of the better finishers you’ll find in the recent rankings update.
#2 || wing | Paul VI
When you see Abraham cutting down the lane, if you blink, you’ll miss him catch and finish emphatically while attempting to take down the rim. That’s how explosive he is. Abraham is a breathtaking athlete.
#3 || forward | Paul VI
Ngongba is a technician in the post. He has a wide arsenal of go-to moves and instinctive touch when looking to score.
#5 || forward | Paul VI
Sundra is pushing 6-foot-11 and mobile. He is a threat on putbacks and lobs. Sundra attacks the glass without relenting and is an efficient scorer around the basket.
#9 || forward | Miller School
DeLaurier runs the floor with purpose in transition and gets lots of dunks that way. He is also quite comfortable establishing low post position and manufacturing points with his back to the basket.
#19 || forward | Steward
Gray is a good screen-and-roll option who shows his hands. He is adept at catching and finishing.
#32 || guard | Narrows
Pruett is listed at 6-foot-2 but plays bigger due in part to his athleticism. He is often seen finishing above the rim in traffic. Pruett likes to attack the basket whether in half-court or in transition.