showed why he is the #1 ranked player in the state and is committed to the University of Oklahoma. He is a phenomenal two-way player that has a non stop motor. He showed the ability to slither through traffic and finish at the rim with an arrange of finishing moves. Contact did not faze him, as he brushed it off regularly. Not only was he able to finish at the rim, he showed the ability to knock down difficult shots. These shots were an arrange of both mid-range and three pointers. He led his team in scoring. On defense, he came away with one steal after another. I lost count of how many steals he had, but I would guess that it was probably eight. Fighting for loose balls and the rebound was not a problem for him, as he would come away with these balls time after time. It was a remarkable performance against the #12 team in the class.