These game-changers made a huge impact on their teams and changed the game whenever they were in. These 5 impacted their teams with their energy, effort, character, and ability to impact the game with their skills. Connor Gain (Arnold Elite)-…
These game-changers made a huge impact on their teams and changed the game whenever they were in. These 5 impacted their teams with their energy, effort, character, and ability to impact the game with their skills.
Connor Gain (Arnold Elite)- Gain showcased a lot of positives in his game for this Arnold Elite team. He is long and lanky and uses it to his advantage by playing the passing lane on the defensive end. His ability to get deflections in the passing lane allows him to get stops and convert them into points on the other end. Connor is a good finisher and seems to be at his best when he’s in transition.
Joshua Majors (Destined for greatness)- Majors plays with a lot of heart and passion, you can see it all over his face when he plays. He’s extremely coachable and does whatever is necessary to win. He’s a really good ball handler and uses it to get to his spots on the floor to set himself up and his teammates.
Jeremiah Matthews (Hoop Dreams)- The lefty for hoop dreams earned his way on this list because of the consecutive positive plays he makes for his team. He has a ton of sequences like this one in particular: Matthews gets a stop 1on1 on the block, rebounds the ball, pushes it in transition kicks it to his guards, and continues to fill the lanes calling for the ball. On another possession, he picks up the 50/50 ball and finishes over 2 people at the rim.
Nate White (Arnold Elite)- Nate is a well-known name displaying his talents not only here but everywhere he goes. He finishes well with both hands around the rim, and will occasionally hit the mid-range jumper but ultimately looks to dominate you on the block using his strength.
Karsen Lewis (Houston Hoops)- The big man for Houston Hoops stands out automatically with his size being well over 6ft. Lewis is a rebounding machine for his hoops team and secures what seems like all of them. Most bigs can only rebound the ones right near the rim but Karsen shows his agility and runs out to grab the long rebounds as well. He changes the game for his team because once he gets the rebound he converts a lot of 2nd chance points.