These players showed out all weekend in the OC and should see their respective stocks rise this summer.
Dalen Terry | 6’6 2021 G | Compton Magic
Listed as a small forward on most rankings, Terry spent quite a bit of time running the point for Compton. If he continues this development, the sky is the limit.
Kyree Walker | 6’5 2020 G | Dream Vision
Although his squad dropped the hype game of the weekend to the Compton Magic, Walker continued to show why he is one of the most coveted wings in the country, showing equal affinity for scoring from the perimeter and in the post.
DJ Davis | 6’0 2020 G | Compton Magic Premier
Playing lights-out on both ends of the floor, Davis used his strength and athleticism to get to the rim at will.
Jason Harris | 6’8 2020 F | EBO
While his jumper left a bit to be desired this weekend, Harris was able to hit just enough to keep defenders off-balance, leaving them helpless to stop his face-up game. His combo of size and strength is quite intriguing.
Ajang Aguek | 6’8 2020 F | Team Harden
Lengthy with a high motor, Aguek should be able to find a home with a quality program at the next level. He plays with a lot of passion as is, so when his outside jumper is falling watch out.
Marquis Hargrove | 6’3 2020 G | Team Lillard
Hargrove kept Team Lillard relevant throughout the weekend with his defensive prowess, but also was a major contributor on the offensive side of the ball; he showed off an ability to dice through the defense and find teammates for open looks.
Ian McCloskey | 6’5 2020 G | Cali Rebels
One of the best shooters in the tournament all weekend, McCloskey showed off a quick release and improved ballhandling skills in the OC. The Rebels were able to hang tough in two different games because of his long bombs.
Boubacar Coulibaly | 6’10 2020 F | Dream Vision Next
Talk about playing above the rim. Coulibaly was an absolute force to be reckoned with. Defensively he was a menace, altering several shots each half and seeming to come out of nowhere for blocks.
Jaylen Clark | 6’6 2020 G | Compton Magic
Arguably the strongest showing by a player all weekend, Clark made a case for himself to be the top combo guard in the 2020 class by putting on a dazzling display of aggressiveness and athleticism, proving to be nearly impossible to stop from getting into the lane and knocking down jumpers he created space for.