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Jayden Brown KS #22 PG #5 HEIGHT 5'7" POS PG CLASS 2025 View Profile Jayden Brown Instagram Twitter State: Kansas School: Andover Central Jayden Brown Jayden Brown 5’7″ | PG Andover Central | 2025 State KS did what he do…
did what he do best, put the ball in the basket with the best of him and really stood out among the rest of the guards. Brown had unlimited range pouring back to back 32 point games on Saturday helping seal a win in the first one and keeping his team in it in the second game. Jayden had not only his 3 pointer going but he lit it up with his pull up jumper. It wasn’t much teams could do when he got hot because he’s so good at getting to his spots and torching the defense from there.
The big man for Team Together has had a heck of a weekend in Dallas at the Grind Region. One thing that stood out was his finishing ability he showed on Friday and Saturday. Robinson has been finishing at an elite level causing problems in the paint being a huge game changer for his team when he’s on the court. When he wasn’t finishing at the rim he was blocking shots on the other end. Jamarkus is someone to watch out for when he’s on the court.
Goodwin, known for his shooting ability did it again this weekend with no problem. It doesn’t take much for Evan to catch fire and when he did there wasn’t anything anybody could do about it. One game he walked into halftime with 22 points and left the opponent parents yelling at their kids to stop leaving him open. As easy that may sound, Evan has a good way of getting open and getting to the basketball to get his shot off. When Goodwin is rolling he changes the game because he stretches the defense out creating great space for his teammates to go to work.
Jyson lived in the paint, bringing back the lost art in the game of the mid range pull up. He’s so good that once he realizes you caught on, he will double clutch allowing you (the defender) to fly by while he gets another open look. It’s not many people that has that kind of hang time in the air to pull that off but he did it all weekend. He changes the game because once you sag off anticipating the drive he will light it up from the 3 point line.
Saunders showed he is an elite playmaker every time he steps on the court. He gets the ball he always open doors for himself or his teammates. Saunders has a knack for drawing extra defenders and dishing it off for the assists or finishing through contact and finishing at the rim. He has great intangibles and IQ that allows him to be 10 steps ahead of his opponents and make plays on the other end. He plays the passing lanes, always helping the helper, or being a pest on the ball.