The teams have made their way to Las vegas where some elite players try to cap off the winter season before the start of Spring. Here are a few player that impressed Day 1. Carter Foulton || 7 Days Basketball…
The teams have made their way to Las vegas where some elite players try to cap off the winter season before the start of Spring. Here are a few player that impressed Day 1.
Carter Foulton || 7 Days Basketball || 2027 ||
A solid two way player that has an explosive game on the offensive end of the ball. He has these long strides and he uses them attacking the rim and using them with euro finishes or just changing the pace. This kid gets out on the break in a hurry. On the defensive end he moves his feet and he is active and all over the place. His motor is elite and he can jump those passing lanes and if he misses he gets back in a hurry to recover.
Paul Osaruyi || AZ Unity Black || 2027 ||
Paul set the tone right off the bat as he get that ball off of an IVO duck in and although he misses the bunny he recovers and gets a trap and steal that lead to a ferocious dunk. Paul is going to be a very sought out player heading into his freshman year at who knows what high school. If you need a big right off that bat you need to check this kid out, especially the NIBC schools. Paul has a solid foundation and he has a high ceiling because he will just sharpen those skills.
Mayom Mayom || AZ Unity Black || 2027 ||
The 6’7 wing is a cheat code. He is a player that you can put anywhere. He can be on the top in a trap he can be in the back line, his skills are those that you might say translate. Mayom got everyone off their feet early in the 1st as he pounced on a bad pass and he took it coast to coast on a dunk with one hand as he elevated beyond everyone.
Jimmy Haywood III || Rotary Style 8 || 2027 ||
The do it all guard was doing a little bit f everything. He was handling and breaking players off the dribble, he was also making some High IQ plays on his passes. Defensively he was picking up full-court and turning the ball handler. He really picked things up in the second half against PGE.
Dylan Betts || Woodz Elite || 2028 ||
Impressed with the amount of attention this kid gets. And it is well deserved, because he is 6’9. The big fella can go to those hooks over either shoulder already. He is slow to get to them but he does. Eventually this kid is going to be a big time player becuse he just needs time. Someone needs to invest time and development into this kid. He blocks shots like crazy and he is a board magnet wehn he gets good position around the rim.