Fairland, Indiana – On April 22nd & 23rd, teams packed Triton Central High School, Middle School and Elementary school, and put on a show! The prospects in the building displayed eye-catching talents. Springing into circuit season, there are many players…
Fairland, Indiana – On April 22nd & 23rd, teams packed Triton Central High School, Middle School and Elementary school, and put on a show!
The prospects in the building displayed eye-catching talents. Springing into circuit season, there are many players to keep an eye on going into the Summer. In both blowouts and nail biters, athletes came to compete and get exposure. It’s not always about what is on the scoreboard but the high-level skills displayed at such a developing age. Below, I’ve highlighted the “Front Court Stars” that I watched compete at “The Stage”.
Chuck Schwarz |F| Big 3 Basketball
Schwarz needed to be accounted for once he crossed half court. He has great rhythm on his pull up and a solid handle to get him to where he wants to go. Most impressive was his ability to shoot over defenders in the mid range.
Jayden Grey |F| Kansas Players
Grey was the focus of attack for a tough Kansas Players team. The mid-post threat was able to break down his opponent and draw two defenders on a consistent basis. He was at his best when facilitating from the painted area.
Tref Rademaker | F | CBA Gold Elite
Rademaker was a huge target for Chapman Basketball Academy. The mobile forward operated effectively out of the mid post area at a high level. His size and soft touch in short roll situations was most impressive.
Cincere Currie |F| Illinois Warriors Elite
Currie was a menace in one on one situations. His combination of shiftiness and power made him hard to stay in front of. Currie was at home in the mid post area. Most impressive was his ability to absorb contact and balance when scoring in the paint.
Jack Kohnen |F| CBA Gold Elite
Kohnen is an athletic forward with a high motor. He extended possessions for the 14U champs with his commitment to the boards. His athleticism allowed him to alter shots in the paint as well as finish through contact on the offensive end of the floor.