2028 Guards playing in Las Vegas tournaments during the week of July 14th – 18th Aaron McMorran 5'11" | 2028 Las Vegas Punishers McMorran is one of the best shooters in his class, with the ability to knock down shots…
2028 Guards playing in Las Vegas tournaments during the week of July 14th – 18th
McMorran is one of the best shooters in his class, with the ability to knock down shots from all levels. He showed some PG play this weekend, handling against pressure, beating defenders and creating for teammates. The class of 2028 sniper has proven to be one of the most skilled players in his class.
Scott is one of the hardest playing players in his class. He does a tremendous job of scoring the ball without having plays run for him. He always seemed to be around the basketball, scoring off putbacks, found buckets and transition finishes.
Wright has a good combination of quickness and wiggle. The PG played with the ball on a string, displaying several strong COD’s to avoid defenders. His hesitation ability was tough, as he showed the ability to put on the breaks, and accelerate in seconds.
Ritchie is another Las Vegas area guard that showed big time skill. His handle is what carried him, as he used several COD’s to shake past defenders. His handle allowed him to get to the rim effectively, capping off strong drives with finishes at the bucket.
White was one of the top Snipers I saw during the week. The sharpshooter has terrific form which allowed him to get his shot off quickly against fast closing defenders. His ability to get his feet set quickly showed good fundamentals, as the floor spacer made several contested threes in the game I watched.
Hartoonian was a player that was able to score the basketball. The guard played with good quickness, however it was his advanced transition finishing that caught my eye. His ability to use euros on his way to the rim could best be described as tough.
Kirskey’s positional size was obvious. For his length and size he has a strong handle. He was also a magician as time and time again the guard managed to disappear through the smallest of openings, only to reppear just in time to finish at the bucket.