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Coach Threadgill's Player Standouts: National Showcase (Day One)

11/13/2017, 12:00pm EST
By Antonio Threadgill

Orangville Prep

Matthew Alexander-Moncrief 6’6 2020

very dangerous out of the triple threat; has a very quick step and loves to attack the rim. Matthew has a very quick step. He does a really good job of attacking the offense back board getting a lot of put backs.

 

Joe Jones 6’19 2019

Joe did a great job of rebounding and running the floor. He is an good inside presences for Orangeville prep. Joe does a very good job of elevating and rebounding the ball of the rim at its highest peak. He’s not just a back to the basket player he can step out and hit wide open shots out to fifteen feet consistently.

Ignas Brazdeikis 6’8 2018

It’s not hard to see why this kid is going to Michigan. He can flat out score the basketball. He scores the basketball on all three levels. He is also sneak athletic getting an and one dunk in the first half of the basketball game. He has a very IQ and he does a very good job of moving without the basketball. He has a very quick release and doesn’t need a lot of space to get off his jump-shot.

Larry King 6’5 2019

Larry King is a tough nose guard with a tight handle. Does a nice job of penetrating and getting to the basket where he can finish with either hand. Bless with a nice college body that he uses to finish through contact. Larry He is a great athlete does a great job of defending on and off the ball.

 

Greensboro Day

Austin Inge 2019 6’0

Austin is a good point guard with a great IQ. Does a good job of handing the basketball without turning it over. Was able to get Greensboro Day in to their offense. Pushes the ball with pace had some nice passes in the lane to teammates for some easy finishes.

John Newman 6’6 2018

Got the party started early with his defense and getting out in transition for nice finishes over the rim. The Clemson commit was everywhere on the floor.

Noah Dunn 6’5 2019

Noah has a very nice skill set. He play inside and outside has great footwork. 

Tag(s): National Showcase