Linwood Rowe 6'6" | PF | 2024 Trinity Christian The winner of the Most Improved Player of the Year, the strides that he’s made over the past season has been simply impressive. Scoring inside the paint and rebounding the ball are both…
The winner of the Most Improved Player of the Year, the strides that he’s made over the past season has been simply impressive. Scoring inside the paint and rebounding the ball are both strong attributes that he brings to go along with the high motor that he plays with.
The Sophomore showcased his ability to make plays for his team at a high level, putting up big time numbers in several games throughout the season. He doesn’t get rattled regardless of what may be going on and he is still only scratching the surface of how good he can be.
One of the top perimeter defenders in the area, he used this season to show that he could score the ball as well. He led his team in scoring averaging 22 PPG and was the bright spot for a team that struggled throughout the year.
His team had a rough season as far as wins and loses but he was the bright spot for his squad, providing the offense needed on a consistent basis. He understands how to use his athletic ability to make plays and is still only scratching the surface of how good he can be.
Another player that was known more for his defensive ability than offensive skills, he stepped up his production this year and helped his team reach the second round of the playoffs. JUCO level programs should definitely give him a look, he has all the tools to be a solid player on the next level with continued work.
Another player that can knock down shots at a very high level, Jackson led the way in scoring for Pine Forest which included several 25+ Point performances. He has nice range on his shot, a strong upper body and loves to compete regardless of who he is matched up against.