Toot Clay

2026 Kohi Strickland (Greensboro Day):

I'm excited to see what Strickland can do for the Bengals this upcoming season and further down the road.  He opened up more eyes about his game over the weekend, as he plays with a chip on his shoulder and something to prove while also being a playmaker on the court.  He does a nice job in knocking down shots from a variety of levels, while also being able to create for himself in getting to the basket. He is a physically strong young prospect that should only continue to add more to his game over the next year or so.

2026 Toot Clay (HP Christian):

Clay was another youngster that impressed us with his development. From what we saw last season to where he is today, you can see that Clay has taken his game to another level and is understanding more of what he is capable of providing.  He is a tremendous two-way presence on the floor, being a big factor on the court with his athleticism. Whether he was finishing at the rim, making plays off the bounce to get in the paint, running the floor well, and altering shots on the defensive end.  Clay was extremely impressive at the event.

2026 Justin Caldwell (Trinity Christian):

Caldwell is certainly one that stands out immediately with his pure size and frame as a young big. Standing at 6'8 and with a physical frame, Caldwell is one that showed the ability to be a big presence in the paint, finishing at the rim and with touch, and also being a strong presence on the glass.  He displayed good hands, brings a strong force, and can be a double-double type player on the floor for his team. It is easy to see that the young big man is going to be a priority more down the road.

2026 Josiah Sanders (Berean Baptist):

Sanders is an intriguing prospect, as he stands at 6'8 but is one that handles the offense, makes plays for himself and others, and can be a matchup nightmare.  With all that he provides, he is one that brings a ton of intrigue in how he can be used which is why schools are already looking his way.  He can be a primary ball-handler, makes good passes, uses his size to get to his spots on the court, attacks downhill and in transition, and also can knock down shots as well.

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