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March Madness High School Top Players
Courtland Holloway 6’5 180 G 2016 Wetumpka HS March Madness- Holloway showcased his development in his skill set, defense, leadership abilities, and basketball IQ. He has improved his all around game. During the tournament Holloway showcased his ability to lead the fast break and finish plays strong. Averages 20 ppg […]
Courtland Holloway 6’5 180 G 2016 Wetumpka HS
March Madness- Holloway showcased his development in his skill set, defense, leadership abilities, and basketball IQ. He has improved his all around game. During the tournament Holloway showcased his ability to lead the fast break and finish plays strong. Averages 20 ppg and 10 rebounds. Nice consistent mid range jumpshot. Also improved his explosiveness around the rim.
Improvements- Needs to keep improving his all around defense and ball handling skills.
Rating – Mid Major, Division one prospect.
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JaDarius Brown 6’3 2016 Lanier high
March Madness- Brown demonstrated his athletic ability and defensive awareness. Brown controlled the paint with his block shot ability and forced opponents to alter their drives. Brown was very active on the boards and solid downlow for the Suns.
Improvements- Needs to improve his offensive footwork in the post. Also has to improve his skillset and extend his game to the wing. Also has to run the lanes at a much faster pace.
Rating – Division One Athlete.
Jeremiah Edwards Hillsboro 5’9 2018
March Madness- Edwards was one of the better guards at the tournament. Plays big and has a nose for the basketball. Whether he is making the pass, diving for the ball, or tipping in the basketball Edwards is always involved with the play. Great defense of awareness and a consistent outside jump shot. Finishes plays under duress. Has the ability to create shots for himself and be a solid on ball defender. Averages 16pts and 5 asssit
Improvements- Needs to improve his explosiveness around the rim.
Rating- Division One
Addison McNeely F 6’3 Limpscomb 2018
March Madness- McNeely was one of the better skilled players at the tournament. Every move he made was with precision and did not waste time by over-dribbling. Very effective in pick and roll and pick and pop situations. Very solid down low and has great footwork. Runs the lanes well and can hit the mid range jump-shot. Very tough player
Improvements- Very tough but needs to finish plays under the rim. Also needs to improve his explosiveness.
Rating- Division one