Braylen Williams | 2028 West Coast Select Williams just seemed to find buckets. I saw him play quite a bit, but only saw him score off a handful of 1 v 1 moves. What I did see is him moving…
Williams just seemed to find buckets. I saw him play quite a bit, but only saw him score off a handful of 1 v 1 moves. What I did see is him moving brilliantly without the ball. Williams sprinted the floor with energy, made sharp cuts in halfcourt sets, and finished at a high rate off dribble drives to the rim. Even within those handful of 1 v 1 moves he was able to get to his spot in under a handful of dribbles and knock down the mid range jumper.
Imperial plays a terrific neck up game. The Floor General, understands when to get the ball to teammates, and how to throw them open. He didn’t take a ton of shots, however he always seemed to take the right ones. In addition to his timeliness, he was also accurate, knocking down several shots from behind the three point line.
Johnson is beginning his transition down from a shooting guard to a combo. He shot it well, showing that he can make shots in catch and shoot action. He also used an improved handle, to display the ability to beat pressure defense while pushing the ball in transition.
Carter is a class of 2028 player on the rise. He displayed some advanced finishing ability this weekend, using Euro’s and slick Stepthrough’s to finish in transition. His best skill at this stage may be his defense, as the guard showed active hands and good instincts, anticipating passes for steals.
That’s what they look like. Wickliffe is a monster with an advanced upper frame. He rebounded alone, meaning that whenever he competed for a rebound, he was the only one that got it. He already has terrific explosion, he’ll need to become more fluid as a runner, however he possess a lot of the physical tools of a big time prospect.
Hopkins was another one of the impressive rebounders at the event. He rebounds with a ton of passion and hunger, going over and sometimes even through opposing players to pursue the pumpkin. Having a signature skill at this stage of his career is important, as the big man’s ability to clean the glass allowed him to standout throughout the event.