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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Reece’s Standouts: Phenom PG Nationals

by: Ethan Reece 2024 Izzah Cannon (Olympus Prep)Go ahead and start tracking him because Izzah is a star in the making. Standing at 6’4 with a good frame, he helps lead a talented and well-balanced attack. The most gifted all around scorer and primary shooting threat, Izzah makes the game look effortless at times with how quickly he was able to react and make plays. Needless to say, he takes...

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POB’s Eye Catchers from PG Nationals from Day 1 (Part 2)

2023 Babacar Mbengue (Olympus): The 7-footer made his presence well-known early on, as he looked to rip the rim off nearly every time he touched the ball around the basket.  The big man showcases his ability to finish strong but there is still room to grow in his game, which makes him even scarier.  He should have more college coming his way very soon. 2024 Izzah Cannon (Olympus): A...

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