Super 100 Showcase Top Shooters! Bryce Nouvell gets loose!
Atlanta, Georgia- The three point shot is a lost art in today’s basketball. However, the nation’s top players brought in their paint brushes thus illustrating beauty from a distance. The Super 100 was locked and loaded, but 2019 Cambridge High School’s Bryce Nouvell brought in an air assault. Nouvelle scored a game high 26 points as […]
Atlanta, Georgia- The three point shot is a lost art in today’s basketball. However, the nation’s top players brought in their paint brushes thus illustrating beauty from a distance. The Super 100 was locked and loaded, but 2019 Cambridge High School’s Bryce Nouvell brought in an air assault. Nouvelle scored a game high 26 points as the Atlanta Xpress breezed through tournament play. Here are the top shooters from Day 1.
Bryce Nouvelle G Cambridge High School 2019
Super 100 Evaluation- Nouvell was the most complete player on the floor. Anytime he touched the ball from long range, Nouvell knocked down the three. Not only did Nouvell showcased his nice touch from the outside, he displayed his ability to score by creating space in one on one situations. Not afraid to play big when driving the basketball. He has decent handles and great patience on offense, Nouvell is able to score without the basketball and plays with a high IQ. Scores well under duress and has the ability to hit the midrange jump shot. Needs to improve on explosiveness and becoming a better on ball defender.
Kendrick Harris G Salem High School 2017
Super 100 Evaluation– Harris showcased he has the ability to consistently hit the long range three point shot. Moves well without the basketball to find his spot. Plays without any hesitation and shoots with confidence. Needs to improve his ball handling skills, and defense. Also must develop strength, at times Harris was not able to finish plays after contact. Committed silly fouls due to being out of position. Was named Co-MVP for his 17 game championship performance.
Gavin Wilson G Mt. Juliet High School 2019
Super 10o Evaluation- Wilson showcased he has the ability use screens and spacing to hit the open three. Has a smooth release, and his shot motion is always consistent. Off the screen Wilson is deadly, he showcased his basketball IQ by effectively reading the zone defense. However, when forced to put the ball on the floor, Wilson struggled to score. He often committed turnovers or rushed his jump shot. Needs to improve his ball handling and ability to create space.
Alexander Zwerer Westminder 2021 (pictured left)
Super 100 Evaluation- Zwerer is an up and coming freshman, and a damn skilled one. Zwerer has the ability to get to the basket, pop and stop, and utilize the screen to score. Plays his lane very well and is aggressive with the basketball. Needs to improve his ball handling in the open court. At times was flustered bring the basketball up the court