Off the Radar Player to Watch
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When it comes to players off the radar it is always nice to get a jump start on a few of them as many new names and faces hit the floor and get minutes. Here is a list of off…
When it comes to players off the radar it is always nice to get a jump start on a few of them as many new names and faces hit the floor and get minutes. Here is a list of off the radar players to watch this summer out at tournaments and camps.
Ridgeline has a few players on the roster that will get a lot of attention but Tyler is a player that can take advantage of that as he is turning into a knockdown shooter that could help a lot when the defense collapses. He will also be able to relocate on drives and spread the floor. With his ability top handle the ball he is going to get a rebound and push tempo if he needs to.
This kid is a perfect player to put on your board if you are an NWAC school or small school that really takes advantage of players that can do a little bit of everything. Nate has the ability to defend multiple positions with his height and strength but that all-around skill is something that just stands out on the floor. He defends and he attacks the defensive glass. When he is on offense he is versatile as he does find ways to get the ball in the bucket. Look for him to be a big time player in the small school classifications next season.
Terik is a player that will have the opportunity to fill in some of those open spots this coming year on a Syracuse team that has really changed their culture the last 3-4 years. Terik has some positional size off the ball and on the wing. He might have the ball in his hands a lot as he might end up turning into the go to player over there with that ability to score the ball. Terik can attack the rim anywhere on the floor and he does a great job finishing with both hands. He is one of those players we are excited to see step things up.
This kid spends time in the weight room as he is just a built little PG that uses his strength to shoulder his way past defenders when he decides to attack. That low to the ground attack and downhill driving is something that allows him to be a playmaker. He can score from all over the floor but the thing that will help him the most is to pick up full-court and disrupt the other teams offensive flow. He is quick enough to stay in front and just work the ball handler.
When it comes to off the radar players we have this kid MIlo who might end up being a hidden gem out there in Pleasant Grove. They do have a handful of freshman that might be able to make a big jump this coming year and get in the rotation. He is a young playmaker that can score form all over. Keep an eye on him as he develops this summer.
Morgan has something cooking up North as this kid is for sure a hidden gem up there. He is a dual sport athlete that suits up as a TE for the football team but also plays some effective ball on the basketball floor. He is a very skilled rebounder as he has proven that at the high school level and at the club level as well. You can see that he is likely to grow some more. He is still raw but if he keeps putting in work he is going to continue to build those skills he needs as a big.
Look out for Kyler this summer as he prepares to head into his junior year. The kid is skilled with an all-around game. He should be able to help Cedar Valley with some scoring out in the perimeter. With some upside to his game he is ready to be a bigger contributor to his squad this coming high school season.