So I have been watching the invitational games thus far today. Right Now I'm watching Findlay Prep vs Montrose Christian...Right now Ishmail Wainright has my eye...Very strong and can score...he has to work on his handle and passing(but you can say that for everybody) but I like what I'm seeing from this kid...Right now he looks like he can play the point or shooting guard...Looks like he can even play small forward... I think he will be a good player at Baylor...
He has impressed me more than anyone. I dread seeing him tear into WVU next year. I look forward to following his career though as he should start right away for Baylor.
Also, Schilling has a grown mans body. He is going of be a great fit at Michigan State.
I'm not watching the game and I go to Michigan State.. any more info on Schilling? Never seen him play.
From what it looks like he is the typical Mich St guy. He plays very hard. He is strong and plays a physical brand of basketball...
He plays today at 4:30 on ESPN2. You won't be disappointed.
Williams-Goss really is clutch and has a lot of heart.
That Oak Hill-Montverde game was good! Oak Hill had the upset win with the ball with 10 seconds left and score tied but couldn't make a contested layup. Then Montverde got a head in OT and won by 6.
The more I see of Kasey Hill, the less impressed I am with him. I get it. He's quick, athletic, can drive and dish, but outside of that he really doesn't do anything all that well. His floor game isn't anything special and he can be really lackadaisical with the ball.
D'Angelo Russell looks like a baller. Silky smooth, skilled combo guard with very good length. He looks much improved defensively as well, giving Mudiay fits when he was on him. I think his stock will rise again next yr when Hill is gone and he'll be able to play on the ball more. I definitely think he has PG potential.
WCS better improve dramatically over the summer because Dakari Johnson looks like a better basketball player than him. Dakari might not be as good of a prospect given his middling physical tools for the C position, but he's just the better basketball player IMO. He's fundamentally sound and relentless which is a great combination to have at his stage of development. Great hands, solid basic footwork in the post and soft touch on the interior as well.
Mudiay was a bit of a disappointment. Showed some questionable decision making and wasn't as aggressive as he needed to be getting into the paint. He's got great size and body control though. His shot looks much improved as well. I think Prime Prep's lack of other ball-handlers hurts him a bit. Montverde pressed to get the ball out of his hands and denied him full court.
BTW anybody know where I can view the early games from yesterday?
The Prime Prep/Ely and Oak Hill/Montverde games aren't archived on ESPN3.