Gage Stepich | 2030 The Independent School Gage can do it all for you. He’s a bigger guard so he causes a lot of mismatches for opponents when they put their center out to guard him. One thing that sticks…
Gage can do it all for you. He’s a bigger guard so he causes a lot of mismatches for opponents when they put their center out to guard him. One thing that sticks out when Stepich plays is his ability to shoot the ball. He can be a lights out shooter from the 3 point line with no warm up hardly. Gage is the type of player that can produce no matter if he’s starting or coming off the bench.
Santonio also known as “Tone” has tons of experience under his belt before his knee injuries. After making his return he made sure to make him mark on school ball being one of the few 7th graders making his school team. Tone plays at his own pace and while it may sometimes look slow to you, with his IQ he knows exactly what he’s doing. He can shoot the 3 and he does all the intangibles for his team to win.
Bria, starting to become a known name when we talk about difference makers, she’s the topic of your conversation when you look at players that can help your team win. Bria seems to always be at the right place at the right making the winning unselfish plays. Her personality won’t pop out because she’s an introvert, but her game speaks loud and is definitely an extrovert. She has tons of potential that she hast tapped into yet and we can only imagine what’s to come.
Jayda is a problem for anyone In her way! She hit a growth spurt getting up to 5’10” and you can expect she’s not done yet. Her length and wingspan causes havoc for opponents making it tough to pass or do anything when Jayda is around. She has an elite mid range jumper that is slowly coming out to the 3point line to go along with that impressive ball handling of hers.
The big man for 1 movement hoops stands out tremendously because of his size and how much bigger he is than everyone else. Salas has a good touch under the rim and has a good touch from the mid range that he hasn’t shown everyone yet. He absolutely dominated at MAYB Nationals when he got on the block and got to post up he scored just about every time. Salas is slowly expanding his game and with his ability to step out on the perimeter at all, he will be nearly unstoppable.