2023 Music City Madness: 17U Players To Watch
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The 2023 Prep Hoops Circuit is well underway and our second week of action kicks off this upcoming weekend in Denver, Kansas City and Nashville. Prep Hoops Circuit scouts will be on the grounds in all three cities. Here is…
The 2023 Prep Hoops Circuit is well underway and our second week of action kicks off this upcoming weekend in Denver, Kansas City and Nashville. Prep Hoops Circuit scouts will be on the grounds in all three cities. Here is a deeper dive at the top 17U Players To Watch this upcoming weekend at the Music City Madness in Nashville.
The 6-1 junior guard is coming off one of the most prolific 3-point shooting seasons in the state of Tennessee. Montgomery shot 43 percent from beyond the arc for Independence High this past season and is a relentless worker when he is on the court. Montgomery currently holds an offer from Southern Miss.
The 6-3 junior guard made a ton of noise at the RYZE Hoops Classic in Georgia last month where he averaged 19 points per game. He is a lethal 3-point shooter and plays with a high basketball IQ. Haynes can score in a variety of ways whether he is off the dribble or catch and shoot. Haynes holds offers from Belmont, Jacksonville, Memphis, Ole Miss and several others.
The 6-6 small forward is not your typical post player. Reesor shot 36 percent from beyond the arc this past season for Sayre High School. He rarely turns the ball over and can handle the basketball like a guard. He is a capable three level scorer as well as rebound with kids bigger than him on the defensive end. Reesor will look to have a big summer season for Kentucky Future leading up to his senior season.
The 6-7 power forward has a smooth touch to his game and can finish around the rim at a high level. Cochran shot over 50 percent from inside the paint this past season for Brentwood High School. Cochran averaged 19 points, 9 rebounds and 2 assists per game last season. Cochran was also named to the All-Tennessee Second Team and currently holds an offer from Liberty University.
The 6-7 forward is a versatile wing who can stretch the floor, as well as score in all three levels. Gill shot 55 percent from the field this past season for Hendersonville High. Gill averaged 7.5 points, 6.7 rebounds and nearly two assists per game this season. Look for Gill to have an impact weekend playing for STARS Basketball at the Music City Madness.