Moussa Dukuly – PG – The leader of this team, from my point of view. Moussa is all systems go and is a playmaking point guard. Competes on both ends. Highly skilled with the ball and brings assertiveness on the…
Moussa Dukuly – PG – The leader of this team, from my point of view. Moussa is all systems go and is a playmaking point guard. Competes on both ends. Highly skilled with the ball and brings assertiveness on the offensive side of the ball. A nightmare in the transition game and will attack the hoop in a straight line.
Jaylen Weatherspoon – F – Jaylen brings toughness and energy to his team. He gets excited when plays are being made. He’s athletic and brings consistent effort and a no-quit attitude when it comes to getting the ball for his team. He can get to the hoop with numbers in transition. A quick slasher in the open court. Crashes the boards offensively, and will attack the ball in the air.
Kyrie Wilson – PG – Wilson is another talented point guard on the roster. He’s a feisty defender and gets after the ball-handler, giving them no space to operate at times. He pressures enough to make the ball-handler actually retreat and go backwards. Skilled with the ball and likes to attack the defense off the dribble. Quick defensive hands, creating turnovers.
Zeke Gilbert – F – Gilbert is long and athletic. Good vertical and he likes to use it. He’s athletic enough to apply defensive pressure on the perimeter. He’s confident that his length also will help him recover. One of the most underrated traits is running the floor consistently, and Gilbert does just that.
Vamanju Keita – SG – Keita is a strong kid and good mover and an athletic mover. Moves with strength. Good leaper that can hang in the air. He’s probably a football player too, but don’t quote me on it. Looks like he could be an athlete at running back as well.
Ashton Weddington – PG – Weddington is a smaller guard, but that’s where the disadvantages stop. A super-shifty guard, especially in the open court. Can take his man off the dribble and break them down. A great feel for the point guard position and how to run an effective offense with ball movement. A great handle on the ball and can create space.