Number 167 Team #18 Jace McKenney. Class of 2019 6’5

With his game there isn’t one particular item that jumps off the page. Rather, it’s a culmination of a number of factors. Let’s start with his basketball IQ. McKenney has innate feel and sees the floor well. It comes as no surprise that he’s an accomplished passer and will get the ball to the open man. Next this is not your typical wing guard. McKenney has a few things working in his favor. For starters, he’s been blessed with a unique feel for the game and a passion for his position. His foot speed is good for a man his size and at 6'6 he has the ball handling skills of a smaller guard.

Number 178 Team #7 Joshua Woodard. Class of 2017 6'6

Joshua is a strong and physical forward that runs the floor well. He consistently beats opposing centers down the floor for easy baskets on rim runs. Joshua has a powerful drop step off the pass and is a good finisher. He has a good touch in and around the lane and has excellent hands… What we like about his inside game is he can finish with his left and right hand. This makes him harder to defend as you can't push him to one side.

Number 180 Team #5 Luke Davis class of 2019 6'7

Davis is a very skilled forward who shows the ability to play outside/in. He has a smooth handle that allows him to get by his man from the perimeter, and be a secondary ball handler against pressure. He makes very good decisions with the ball and can deliver passes in traffic.

Number 182 Team #3 Jake Van Der Heijden class of 2019 6'7

Van Der Heijden has great size and length. He is very mobile and runs the floor extremely well. He has good hands and scores in the post with jump hooks over his left shoulder, with drop steps and from drop off passes created by penetration. He is a terrific area rebounder… Young but with a skill set that is promising.