Win or go home. Survive and advance is the name when the lights are on its time to perform. The 4A teams have plenty of division one signees and prospects lets see who shined the most in the game to…
Win or go home. Survive and advance is the name when the lights are on its time to perform. The 4A teams have plenty of division one signees and prospects lets see who shined the most in the game to advance.
Despite his shot not falling Walker found ways to lead his team to victory with six assists off IQ alley-oop passes against the zone. All three of his field goals were timely shots, two were to regain the lead including a big three in the third quarter down one. He was a floor general out there directing his team.
In his first state appearance he was two three’s shy of a record shooting 6 of ten from deep. Small guard with crafty dribble moves that doesn’t shy away from contact. Learning how to finish consistently is his next step because he understand angles of the game. If he gets hot from deep its a long game for his opponent.
The big man was a LOAD for Boerne in the paint. Lurking behind the defense catching lobs. I learned about how smart McDermott is defensively. Never swiped down when guarding the post; kept two hands straight up. The only big that the refs rarely called fouls on with hands straight up. Showcased how dominance on the boards snagging 16 rebounds half of Boerne total game rebounds.
He made his impact from the beginning from two-hand outback jame first possession of the game. Displayed how he can defend guards at the perimeter. Made it hard for the offense to get any second chance points or any clear looks near the rim. Even showed his outlet skills with two full-court passes to the man running the court. Aggressive big man that powers through contact.
The forward put defenders in a spin cycle. Had his way in the post spinning off defenders or banging his way for the easy two. Forcefully going up and snatching down rebounds. The work horse finished the first half with 14 points and 10 rebounds. The New Mexico signee went 11-18 from the field including three block timing the high point.
Boy boy boy Thomas is exciting to watch. Have a natural feel when it comes to reacting to the defense. Keep the same form on his release shooting 6-from-15 from deep. Shifty guard that is able shield longer defenders in the air. Was by far THE GUY on his team. We should keep an eye out for him going into his senior year.