No. 13 Luke Dobson

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, effort, team play, range of shot (3pt), catch and shoot, release time, shooting mechanics, quickness, footwork, vision and court sense, moving without the ball

Areas of Work: back to the basket moves, transition defense, shooting off the dribble, use of off hand, penetration ability, ball handling, defense on and off ball, rebounding

Coaches Comments: 'Luke is a coach's dream, he really understands what his coach wants and works out of that. He is very creative with his dribble and shoots the ball well. Needs to continue to work on handle and attacking to get a mid-range shot.'

 

No. 28 Jayden Calhoun

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, acceptance of criticism, basketball IQ, effort, team play, range of shot (3pt), catch and shoot, release time, penetration ability

Areas of Work: back to the basket moves, passing skills, defense on and off the ball, transition defense, rebounding his position

Coaches Comments: 'Very quick guard with long range. Really needs to work on ball handling and ability to run the show. His first step is very explosive and he can get his shot off at anytime.'

 

No. 40 Perez Bowser

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, effort, team play, ability to finish, range of shot, shooting off the dribble, shooting mechanics, penetration ability, quickness, footwork, vision and court sense, moving without ball

Areas of Work: Back to the basket moves, use of off hand, ball handling skills, defense off the ball, transition defense

Coaches Comments: 'Very quick guard with a high motor. He shoots the ball extremely well and can finish with either hand. Needs to improve his ball handling in traffic and add some strength. He is a solid on ball defender as well.'

 

No 64 Alfonzo Chisholm

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, acceptance of criticism, effort, team play, catch and shoot, release time, back to the basket moves, ball handling, passing skills, penetration ability, vision and court sense

Areas of Work: Defense on and off the ball, transition defense, footwork, moving without the ball

Coaches Comments: 'Alfonzo is a solid player overall. Shoots the corner three at a high rate and can use his body and shot fakes to get his shot off. Needs to work on his effort on the defensive side of the ball. Has a solid foundation to be an offensive weapon.'

 

No. 74 David Oliveras

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, team play, effort, ability to finish, quickness, footwork, range of shot (3pt), catch and shoot, release time, penetration ability, ball handling, passing skills

Areas of Work: Range of shot (2pt), back to the basket moves, use of hand, defense on and off the ball, transition defense, rebounding

Coaches Comments: 'He is a lightening quick guard who uses change of speed to get to the bucker. Understood where the basketball needs to be and can really shoot the ball at all three levels. Ball handling in the open court can be a strength. Needs to get stronger in the weight room to handle contact.'

 

No. 134 John Crump

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, basketball IQ, effort, team play, release time, shooting mechanics, penetration ability, ability to finish, ball handling, catch and shoot, range of shot (3pt), vision and court sense, moving with the ball

Areas of Work: Range of shot (2pt), shooting off the dribble, back to the basket moves, use of off hand, transition defense, quickness, footwork

Coaches Comments: 'John is a very solid player. He shoots the ball at next level ability with an amazing stroke. Plays team ball and finds his shots within the concept. Finished well at the rim. Can add some weight to his frame and work to match his handles to his shot.'

 

No. 142 Connor Reed

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, basketball IQ, effort, team play, range of shot (3pt), shooting off the dribble, shooting mechanics, moving without the ball, vision and court sense, rebounding

Areas of Work: Back to the basket moves, quickness, footwork, Use of off hand, penetration ability, ball handling, passing skills, defense on and off the ball

Coaches Comments: 'Connor is a shooter in every sense of the word. Can get his shot off in a variety of ways also. Can work on his ball handling when he has defenders up on him. Works hard with a never say die attitude.'

 

No. 149 McKagan Barrett

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, basketball IQ, team play, effort, range of shot (3pt), release time, shooting mechanics, passing skills, defense on and off the ball, rebounding, moving without the ball

Areas of Work: range of shot (2pt), catch and shot, shooting of the dribble, penetration ability, ball handling, transition defense, quickness, footwork

Coaches Comments: 'Versatility is McKagan's strength. Does everything from rebounding, scoring, and defending. Well solid IQ and feel for the game. Reminds you of a Draymond Green type of play. Needs to improve his handle to take guys off the dribble.'

 

No. 172 Davon Newton

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, basketball IQ, effort, team play, back to the basket moves, penetration ability, ability to finish, moving without the ball, defense on the ball, quickness, footwork, shooting off the dribble, release time, shooting mechanics

Areas of Work: Range of shot (3pt), ball handling, passing skills, defense off the ball, transition defense, vision and court sense

Coaches Comments: 'Davon is a high motor freak athlete who runs the floor well. Can really finish at the rim and looks to score on all three levels of the court. Wants to win every time he touches the floor and will compete. Needs to continue to work on his handle and add some muscle to his solid frame.'

 

No. 198 Logan Bunch

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, basketball IQ, effort, team play, range of shot (2pt), release time, back to the basket moves, use of off hand, ability to finish, passing skills, rebounding, vision and court sense

Areas of Work: Range of shot (3pt), catch and shoot, shooting off the dribble, penetration ability, ball handling, defense on and off the ball, transition defense, quickness

Coaches Comments: 'Logan is a load in the paint that can step out to the 3-point line. Rebounds his position well and understand his body. Can work on his quickness and lateral movement. Needs to add some more post moves, but scores really well with the ones he has.'

 

No. 6 Christopher Rogers

Areas of Excellence: Attitude, acceptance of criticism, team play, release time, shooting mechanics, ability to finish, passing skills, use of off hand, defense on and off the ball

Areas of Work: Back to the basket moves, transition defense, vision and court sense, rebounding

Coaches Comments: 'Christopher has the heart of a champion. Handles the ball well for being just a freshman. Although he is a smaller guard, he attacked the rim and looked to finish. Needs to work on his strength as he grows into his adult body to fend of defenders.'