After making the rounds in Dallas. It's obvious that the 2020 class is a loaded group and 2021 is showing promise. Here are just a few of the 2020's.
AOT has two of the top sophomores in the country in 6-6 wing BJ Boston and 5-10 pg Sharife Cooper. Boston is a long, slashing wing with deep range on his jumper. He was instrumental in the Saturday morning win over the Georgia Stars. Cooper, who sliced through the Stars defense, is an creative ballhandler and passer that constantly put pressure on the defense and when needed can score in bunches.
6-0 PG Joseph Anderson (BMaze Elite) was lights out Sunday morning getting hot from deep with five straight three's. Has solid handles and solid decision maker.
6-5 G Anthony Edwards (Atlanta Xpress) Is on a mission to prove he is the top shooting guard in the country, in a loaded position in 2020. Against the Defenders he was tough to guard as he knocked down the deep ball, attacked and finished through contact and rebounded both ends.
6-5 G RJ Hampton (Mudiay Elite) Although he struggled with his shot Sunday morning, Hampton had a very good weekend. He is very effective attacking off ball reversal, using his athleticism to finish in the lane, when he has the jumper going he's a load.
6-9 F Greg Brown III (Team Faith) The motor Brown played with allowed him to finish in the top five in scoring and rebounding at the Gauntlet. He showed improved jumper, shooting 40% from the arc while using his length and athleticism to score in the lane and transition.
6-9 F Jaemyn Brakefield (Team OSAG) Shooting over 50% from the field, Brakefield came out of Dallas averaging 30 points per game. Brakefield has a skill set that includes good handling and passing ability, shot making with improved range on jumper and is growing as a rebounder.
The Atlanta Celtics backcourt which includes 6-1 PG Dwon Odom and 6-5 PG Justin Powell both had good weekends. Odom used his quick first step and explosive bounce to score on drives to the basket, he is a high level rebounder at his position and is showing more consistency on his jumper. Powell is the oil that keeps this machine going. He has very good passing ability, can score when needed, uses his length to get into the passing lanes and rebounds as well.
5-11 PG Dante Harris (BMaze Elite) Quick guard with very good vision and space creating handles. He used his speed and toughness against the Defenders to put constant pressure on the defense.
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