Battle At The Lakes: Top Playmakers
Eden Prairie, Minnesota – May 12th – 14th, teams gathered at Eden Prairie High School for one of the biggest events of the circuit season. There was high level talent in the building. At the biggest event thus far in…
Eden Prairie, Minnesota – May 12th – 14th, teams gathered at Eden Prairie High School for one of the biggest events of the circuit season.
There was high level talent in the building. At the biggest event thus far in the 2023 circuit season, these prospects gave us all a snippet of what is in store for the summer. In wins and losses players gave it their all and competed at the highest level in grassroots basketball. Here below are some of the names that showed up and showed out at Prep Hoops Next “Battle Of The Lakes”.
Connor McDevitt | South Metro Elite
McDevitt was a huge target for South Metro Elite and made a big impact over the weekend. The playmaking wing has great size and next level ready movement off the ball. Most impressive was his ability to handle the ball at the helm and do away with pressure. His court vision made for easy baskets all weekend.
Cal Spencer | Northstar Titans
Spencer had the ball on a string all weekend for Northstar Titans. He did away with pressure at a high level and got to his spots consistently. Most impressive was his ability to finish with either hand and through contact.
Arsee Gabi | Minnesota Powerhouse
Gabi had a solid showing for Minnesota Powerhouse, when at the helm, his quick first step got him into the paint on a consistent basis. He was able to pass to teammates in their shooting pocket after pulling help defense. When recognizing the defense sagging off, he knocked down shots in succession all weekend long.
Ayden Green | Team Tyus
Green was an impactful table setter for Team Tyus. The patient and poised guard handled pressure with next level court vision and steady handle. Most impressive was his touch from range and ability to catch fire quickly.