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Tuesday, June 4, 2024

The Warfare Earlier than The Storm: 2024 Evals!

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A great 16-hour work weekend and I’ve numerous eval notes. So I’m not going provide you with guys a protracted intro and can simply lower to the chase. Let’s begin with my 2024 evals from my weekend at The Warfare Earlier than The Storm hosted by “Warfare Hoops” on the Duncanville Fieldhouse.

T.J. Burch, 6’1 PG – Max Ranges Professional 16: Was the most effective guard performers this previous weekend. Robust, quick, downhill guard that will get to the tooth of the protection anytime he needs. Robust finisher, the shot, albeit not a big-time asset, has improved and may maintain defenses trustworthy. 

Tyran Mason, 6’5 SG/SF – Max Ranges Professional 16: A wiry, easy wing that’s outfitted with plus size. A potent mid-range scorer that doesn’t want many dribbles to get to his spot, stand up and rating. By no means doubted the expertise, simply haven’t seen Mason put all of it collectively for an extended stretch of video games. This weekend exhibits me he could be a program’s main scoring choices sport after sport.

Brooks Bahr, 6’3 PG – Texas Affect 4:13: A powerful constructed guard that may have a serious summer season. A lefty who will get to the basket at will attributable to his power and quickness off the bounce, Bahr is a succesful shooter off the catch and did an amazing job as a ball-mover which resulted in straightforward baskets for his teammates. Him, Burch and the subsequent man I’m going to speak about had been the perfect three guards on the match.

Malek Archie, 6’3 CG – Southern Assault: I favored the flexibility in Archie’s sport. Has improved when taking over the position of a main ball-handler, caring for the ball underneath strain not getting rushed as a lot. Nonetheless work to be carried out however seeing development. Archie utilized rim strain all weekend, attributable to his potential to get downhill, a strong catch and shoot menace and confirmed endurance as a decide and roll ball handler, surveying the ground and making proper reads.

Landon Brown, 6’2 CG – Texas Tarheels: When he was in eighth grade I believed Brown would grow to be a excessive main prospect. It’s been a turbulent highschool profession thus far together with his play, however what I noticed on Sunday was a step in the suitable route. Showcased his athleticism, stop-and-pop sport and number of dangle dribbles to interrupt his defender down and get to his spots. If that is the Landon Brown I’ll see extra usually, then he’ll grow to be a professional D1 prospect.v

Angel Sonnier, 6’0 PG – Houston Superstars: A scoring guard that when scorching from the sector, can rating in bunches. The shot was on and off from the video games I watched, however I like his fearlessness and quick time period reminiscence. Can rating it in isolation or on ball-screens in addition to possess high quality contact on floaters.

A.J. Borden, 6’4 SG – Household Ties: Extra I watched A.J. this weekend, the extra he grew on me. A giant bodily guard with wonderful positional measurement. He threaded the needle on ball screens, discovering the roll/quick roll man and he embraced contact on drives and finishes. Has garnered curiosity from DBU and UTA.

Mac Goodlet, 6’5 SG/SF – City ASAK: Mac has added muscle to his body and it has helped him so much. Shot didn’t fall on the price he wished it to, however he had numerous good moments. He modifies speeds and route nicely and absorbs contact with end makes an attempt. He holds a fast set off and is a greater shooter than he confirmed this previous weekend. The improved power and deal with showcases the upside of what his shot creation and playmaking could be is the explanation I’ve him on this checklist. 

Devon Cork, 6’5 PF – Dallas Showtyme Black: The youthful brother of TCU’s huge man Xavier Cork. Though shorter than his older brother on the identical time, Devon mirrors the athleticism , vitality and grit Xavier performed with in highschool. Actually, he might play more durable. Lean ahead that rebounds, finishes above the rim and love’s altering pictures. I wouldn’t label him a D1 prospect proper now, however he’s fascinating as a result of he appears to not be carried out rising and might be actually good later in his basketball profession. 

Micah Robinson, 6’6 SF – Southern Assault: Huge, bodily wing that may be a dependable secondary, tertiary ball-handler. Like how arduous he performs and makes use of his broad body to assault and end. Now, he didn’t end it nice this previous weekend via contact, nevertheless it was extra of a contact factor extra in order that he didn’t embrace the physicality (Plus, once more; I don’t put that a lot inventory in March journey ball play). Robinson can be a top quality wing on the subsequent stage attributable to his versatility, toughness and skill to stretch the ground. 

Darkaun King, 6’7 PF – Houston Superstars: A broad constructed ahead that’s a dancing bear. Doesn’t play above the rim however is tremendous expert. Can deal with it nicely for measurement, shoot the three as a path and pop man and is a menace as a mid-post participant. 

David Punch, 6’7 PF – Urbas ASAK: What stage is David Punch? That’s a typical query I get from faculty coaches. And my prior reply? I’m not too positive nevertheless it’s a variety relating to projection.

After watching him, he simply must go to the suitable match that excels together with his prototype. Punch has lengthy arms and massive arms, can shoot the three, face-up and assault with an array of strikes. His measurement at his place isn’t dangerous; however his vertical leap and foot velocity should not the best, nevertheless it’s enhancing. On the finish of the day, a coach that believes in what he could be, I can see David excel at any stage of collegiate basketball.

Robert Miller, 6’10 PF – TJ Ford: Finest participant on the occasion and it wasn’t shut. I argued to some that I assumed he may put himself within the McDAAG potential participant class by the top of the summer season and thus far he has confirmed me proper. At his measurement, athleticism and ability, there aren’t many within the nation in 2024 which have that mix.

Josiah Moseley, 6’7 PF – One Time Legends 3SSB: Behind Miller, Moseley was the perfect frontline participant on the WarB4TheStorm. Carries a potent mid-range, face-up sport and passes it nicely out of double groups. He’s utilized muscle to his body, is powerful with the ball and cerebral together with his scoring method.

Nic Codie, 6’8 PF – Southern Assault: I talked about Codie up to now and his rising offensive sport is what I’m most intrigued about. He’s a four-man, however he can shoot the ball, assault a closeout and exploit top mismatches on the block. He must get stronger and never get too perimeter comfortable however what he can probably be, is frightening.

Bryson McGlothin, 6’7 PF/SF – Texas Affect: Bryson shot 7-8 from three level land and solely missed three pictures all weekend. A wiry, lean ahead with good positional measurement and taking pictures prowess. Performs with excessive vitality, agile and makes defenses pay with any area from the perimeter.

Doryan Onwuchekwa, 6’10 C – Workforce Trae Younger: Coming off a 4A College Interscholastic League Title with FAB 50 ranked Oak Cliff Religion Household, Doryan had a strong exhibiting in Duncanville. A load within the paint that’s in a position to make threes as a pop man on ball screens. Anticipated an enormous summer season for him as nicely.

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Quincy Hopkins, 6’5 PF/SF – Tulsa Hawks Professional 16: Quincy is my kind of guard. Robust constructed, a bully and performs via contact on each play. A downhill guard that performs with a meanstreak. Athletic, rebounds nicely for his measurement and though the jumper isn’t there but, the mechanics aren’t dangerous in any respect; He can have an excellent summer season.


Arhsn Lapsiwala, 6’2 CG – Texas Affect AE: Expert combo with excessive really feel with plus move accuracy.

Davien Taylor, 6’2 PG – Texas Tarheels: Athletic PG that’s robust within the open courtroom as a passer and finisher. Will get to the paint. 

Malachi Drake, 6’4 SG/SF – Max Ranges Professional 16: Struggled via first a part of the weekend however received scorching from deep. 5-of-5 from three vs. Southern Assault and is deadly as a shooter off the catch. 

Junior Sileu, 6’10 C – Southern Assault: Very robust physique with a subsequent stage physique. Holds down the paint on protection, nice display setter and rebounder.

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