Warner, Northwestern, Great Plains Lutheran Prospects
Prep Hoops Dakotas is looking at prospects from Warner, Northwestern, and Great Plains Lutheran that are noteworthy. These evaluations are based off of limited exposure to these prospects. Physical profiles and noticeable skills are mentioned. Diving into some film, here’s…
Prep Hoops Dakotas is looking at prospects from Warner, Northwestern, and Great Plains Lutheran that are noteworthy. These evaluations are based off of limited exposure to these prospects. Physical profiles and noticeable skills are mentioned. Diving into some film, here’s who Prep Hoops Dakotas found.
Immediately draws your attention with his frame and length from a wing. When popping on the Warner film, he’s the first thing that stood out. Really good athlete and mover. Defends on the perimeter with athleticism and sound positioning. Quick feet to stay in front. Has a smooth stroke from deep and he uses his size and length to get in the paint to finish. Stud football player for Warner this fall.
Starting point guard as a Junior. Looks and plays like your prototypical point guard. Handles the ball and passes well, moving the ball around and finding holes in the D. Northwestern zoned them up and he handled it well. Accurate and capable three-point shooter from limited exposure to him. Highly composed and under control when possessing the ball. Showed a nice floater game and scoring through traffic.
Came off the bench as a Sophomore to provide length and athleticism in the paint. Good leaper and one to watch and keep tabs on. Would like to see him grow taller, being an interior prospect that wouldn’t translate to a wing. Plays straight up and feet would need to improve. Good upside if all comes together.
Like Heil with his impact for his team and his physical profile. Thin and extremely long 2-guard/wing. Moves well and will defend full-court and play extended ball pressure well beyond the three-point line. Has a capable offensive skill set to make plays consistently throughout a game. Stretches the floor from three and has a solid handle to make a move at the hoop. Passed the ball well and made solid decisions. Against Arlington, he had an impressive dish pass with his left hand to set up an easy lay-in for his teammate. Could be a D3 player with his length, skill, shooting, playing IQ, and ability and willingness to defend all over the court. Good motor that is controlled.
Starting PG as a Sophomore. Quick feet and a fluid mover. A solid handle and quickness with the ball. Gets his teammates involved with consistent ball movement to keep the ball moving. Uses his quickness defensively by also defending the whole court, bringing heavy pressure and moves with the ball and recovers quickly. Saw him get in the lane and make a nice drop off pass with defensive bodies around.