Miami area matchups always have some excitement. The game of high flying Gabe Hernandez and the star-studded young core of Westminster Academy. Let break down the top prospects from the game. Doral Academy Gabriel Hernandez 48 State 6 Pos 5'10"…
Miami area matchups always have some excitement. The game of high flying Gabe Hernandez and the star-studded young core of Westminster Academy. Let break down the top prospects from the game.
Gabe Hernandez is an explosive 6′ combo guard. He shots well off screen, can knock down shots off the catch, and gets downhill out of the pick and roll. Hernandez can score in the midrange on difficult pull ups. His athleticism allows him to shoot gaps and play aggressive on ball defense.
is a big 6’7 body. He’ll need to work in his conditioning, but being big and nimble goes a long way. Villamil handles Carey’s physicality.
I’ve been high onJr. Since seeing him as a freshman. He’s a big wing 6’6-7 size, long arms, and plus athleticism. The swim man plays a bunch of different roles on this talented team. He has the burst to get paint touches on straight line drives and find the open man when defenses collapse. Wimbley scored on contact lay ups, as the trailer, and signs of shooting off the catch and screens.
is a stocky 6’7 big with great feet. He’s strong, can stretch the floor, and make downhill moves from the high post. Carey has a nice handle for his size and can take his man off the bounce.
Alex Constanza might have the most intriguing skill set of the 2026 prospects. He’s 6’8 can handle the ball, rebounds with force, pushes the break, and has deep three point range. Constanza is a big ball handler that can take smaller players down low and initiate an offense. His size and feel for the game make him a good shot blocker.
is a dynamic midrange scorer. He’s an athletic 6’3-4 guard that can play on and off the ball. He’s aggressive on the offense boards and putbacks. He runs the floor, scores in transition, and scores as a cutter in the half court. Lloyd can score through contact and hit threes.
comes in as an athletic 6’6 forward who rebounds both ends, dominates every aspect of the break, and score without the ball in the half court. He has really interesting physical tools and his current role allows him to use them to produce when giving him chances to show off the rest of his game in flashes.
Randy Livingston shower next level passing instincts in this game. He found the hot hand and manipulated the defense with ball movement. Tonight was about IQ showing off his chops as a distributor.