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POB’s Best of the Best: Phenom PG/Prep Nationals (Part 2)

2022 David Dixon (Speights Academy): Jamar Franklin was strong all tournament long but so was David Dixon and we think Duquesne got an absolute steal. His blend of size, mobility, and strong motor, there weren't many that could slow him down around the basket and he just seems to get his hands on everything. Love his work ethic on the court and he is quite skilled for his position. 2022 Cole...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 1 at PG Nationals (Part 1)

2022 Nordin Kapic (TSF): Kapic came out strong to start the event and really captured our scouts' eyes with his tremendous skill set.' Kapic displayed the ability to operate and knock down shots from multiple levels, as well as finish with great touch around the basket at 6'8.' Fluid forward that can operate from multiple areas of the court and has a nice inside-out feel. Displayed his ability...

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Dawkins’ Standouts from Day 1 of Hoop State League (Championship Weekend)

By: DeAjai Dawkins 5'11 2022 Kyron Weil (Believe Prep)' Kyron earned my unwavering respect after his final game against Word of God. Weil, with that single game, showed me a level of toughness, composure, ball-handling, and team-orientation that proved his competence to me. I believe this is a lead guard that  coaches would fawn over. Relentless attacker that gets into the lane and...

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Dawkins’ Standouts: HoopState League/ Fall Finale

By: DeAjai Dawkins 6'3 2022 Toby Nnadozie (Believe Prep National)' Few players have impressed me these past few weeks like Toby Nnadozie, as few players have been as consistently productive on the offensive end. Physical with explosive athleticism, Nnadozie offers a competitive presence about him that could be acknowledged by any onlooker. He's comfortable scoring from beyond the arc as well. I...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from Day 2 at Fall Finale/ HoopState League

2024 Paul McNeil (Richmond Jammers): McNeil is already regarded as one of the top prospects not only in the state but in the country and it is easy to see why at his age.' We are talking about a 6'6 prospect that can be a huge threat from deep, knocking down tough jumpers from all levels, a player that can create for himself and can operate from all positions on the floor.' What is scary to...

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