Prep Hoops Standout Playmakers in the Midwest
The Midwest grind session brought out all the hoopers over the weekend! With all the top talent in the region, check out who we highlighted as the top playmakers that we have seen doing work! These players were making plays…
The Midwest grind session brought out all the hoopers over the weekend! With all the top talent in the region, check out who we highlighted as the top playmakers that we have seen doing work! These players were making plays on and off the ball on both ends of the floor.
Cohen Hageman- Cohen added some height and if he gets any more he will be a problem for opponents. His ability to stretch the floor using his 3-point shot has been huge for his team. Hageman has put in a lot of work in the off-season to become a better ball handler, with this added he will be able to get wherever he wants on the court.
RayJ Logan- Logan is one of those players that you can just put out there and let him go play, no position needed. he’s one of the better guards I have seen and continues to get better every day by adding a frame to himself and developing his game. He’s an extreme competitor that you don’t want to see on the other end.
Lawrence Butler- Butler came in clutch for his Bulldogs team helping them win some clutch games with his big-time playmaking ability. In consecutive possessions, Lawrence went coast to coast and either scored at the rim or dished it off to a teammate. His best game was against LTD Dream Select where he came up huge for his team after LTD made big 3 after big 3.
Reid Stuhlsarz- Reid has a lot of size and length for his Padres team. He uses that to his advantage on the defensive end coming up with a lot of deflections and rebounds. On the offensive end, he’s always making the right play and is able to catch passes others can’t because of his wingspan and feel for the game.
Julian Wilson- Wilson has been a defensive showstopper for his team. His on-ball defense has been phenomenal, his ability to keep the ball in front and the amount of ball pressure he’s been applying for his group has been outstanding. Off the ball, he’s been making all the right rotations to help his team out and not give up open 3s or layups.