The 20th Annual Montverde Academy Invitational Tournament continued on Friday, with all six teams battling it out. Prep Hoops Florida scout Riley Sheppard was on the grounds of Montverde Academy and here is who stood out from the Class of…
The 20th Annual Montverde Academy Invitational Tournament continued on Friday, with all six teams battling it out. Prep Hoops Florida scout Riley Sheppard was on the grounds of Montverde Academy and here is who stood out from the Class of 2024 on the second day of the tournament.
Johnson was a force in the paint over all four quarters, where he picked up a majority of his 16 points in the victory. His strong 6-8 frame and fancy footwork from the post led to his feasting, where he shot an even 6 of 12 from the field and 3 of 3 from the charity stripe.
With the combination of Indrusaitis’s size, ball handling and shooting ability, he was able to finish with a game-high 19 points in St. Rita’s win on Friday. But what stood out most about the future Cyclones is just how impactful he can be defensively, picking up a pair of blocks and steals as well, showing off his versatility inside and out.
Despite playing a loaded Montverde team, Campbell did not back down from the challenge. The junior guard possesses a confidence with the ball in his hands that’s hard to come by, as Campbell knows that he’s a walking bucket. Off the bounce he’s extremely crafty keeping the ball alive getting to his spot, and he even has a nifty postgame that allows for easy lay-ins.
A 5 Star recruit in the Class of 2024, Queen proved exactly why in Montverde’s win on Friday. A bruiser down-low, there were multiple times when the junior just out-muscled whoever was getting in his way. Defensively, Queen’s potential is through the roof standing at 6-9 and weighing in at 220lbs.
I expected this weekend to be a big one recruiting-wise for Degourville, and his day two performance proved that prediction right. The junior wing is as tenacious as they come defensively, especially from the post as he never backs down from a challenge. On the other end, Degourville plays with a balanced offensive attack, complimented by a smooth midrange jumper.