Korey Richardson

2021 Jamarien Dalton (Team B.O.N.D.): Dalton showed that he can be a very good two-way player on the court.  Defensively, he moved his feet well and didn’t get opponents much room while also creating several turnovers.  Offensively, he showed a smooth feel without forcing himself into tough plays; made the right play.

2022 TJ Mills (Team B.O.N.D.): He really set the tone for this team on both ends, showing how scrappy he can be on the defensive end helping create turnovers, but also show that he can finish well at the rim and be an effective ball-handler for his team.

2022 6’4 Korey Richardson (Big Shots SC 17u Premier): Richardson is just a smooth player on both ends of the floor, making it look effortless at times.  He showed his bounce with a one-handed slam off the dribble, but also is a great two-way player that creates turnovers and havoc on opponents.  Richardson just plays with a natural game that big-time schools are going to love.

2022 6’6 Jaden Daughtry (BWSL Team Marsh): Daughtry has a nice blend of skill and size, to go along with a sturdy frame.  He can play multiple positions, looks comfortable along the perimeter but really excelled attacking the paint and getting to the rim.  One to really start keeping an eye on.

2021 6’6 Juelz Hargrove (Cobras 2021): He is a 6’6 prospect that played a big part early on Day 2 to get the win.  Hargrove was able to get to his spots, carve out space down low and make decisive moves around the rim or got fouled.  Very active early on Day 2.