Height: 6'3

Class: 2025

School: Mount Tabor

Travel Team: Big Shots Elite

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Meanwhile, Snook has blossomed into somewhat of a multi-sport star for Mount Tabor. He's already collected a variety of Division I offers for football, but he also possesses an impressive identity on the hardwood. His foundation was already predicated on being a long, bouncy athlete who can get to the rim and finish whenever he wants. Since then, Snook has taken a leap as a creator, playmaker, and shot-maker from all levels. He still gets downhill with ease, finishes above the rim or with either hand, and displays a crafty array of layups. Snook mixes it up regularly and understands how to take what the defense is giving him. He's a capable three-point shooter with a quality pull-up jumper and terrific ability in the open floor. Snook is also a reliable defender with toughness, anticipation, and a physical mentality. He also rebounds the ball well for his size/position. Expect these two to continue setting the tone on a nightly basis for the Spartans.

What To Expect:

There should be no surprise that Peterkin will return to the Spartans as their undisputed leader heading into his junior season. He's a noteworthy two-sport athlete, football and basketball, but has quietly built a reputation as one of the most exciting and entertaining players on the court. Peterkin is a crafty, athletic shot-maker who possesses excellent creation skills and a dynamic identity on both ends of the floor. He can reliably generate and convert shots from anywhere on the floor, and mixes it up enough to keep defenses constantly guessing. Peterkin passes the ball really well and looks to set up others whenever possible. He's also a tough defender and willing rebounder with the ability to regularly force turnovers and lead the break in transition. Peterkin consistently affects all facets of the game while naturally standing out as a leader for this group. He should be an obvious priority for college basketball coaches.