NHSBCA Southeast Regional Top Performers Pt. 1
Isaiah Evans, North Mecklenburg (NC)
Evans’ play this weekend turned a lot of heads and is going to really boost him in the national conversation as well as with his Power Five recruitment. His skill level on the offensive end is incredible with his ability to create for himself and score the ball in a number of ways as well as his vision, passing, and ability to facilitate. Combine that skill level with his size & length, and you have a high ceiling player that is only going to improve.
Frankquon Sherman, Grovetown
Nobody has impressed this June as a team like Grovetown has, and this weekend was Sherman’s weekend to shine. He’s a hybrid forward that can be a big time matchup problem with his energy levels, ability to play inside-out, and how he attacks the glass on both ends of the floor. He’s gained offers from Tennessee Tech, Radford, NC A&T, Stetson, & Kennesaw State in the past two weeks.
Brigham Rogers, Blessed Trinity
Rogers has become a priority recruit for a lot of MM & LM programs in the southeast, and it isn’t hard to tell when the sidelines at his games are lined with coaches. He’s got great size and he scores and rebounds the ball like you’d want to see in a college player. He has the physical tools and mentality to come in right away and contribute, which is why he’s highly sought after.
Ryan Crotty, Holly Springs (NC)
Crotty was the best shooter in the gym this weekend. He averaged 4.5 males per game from three and always shoots it with confidence. He also has the ability to put the ball on the floor, attack close outs, and create off the bounce. Overall, he’s a tough player with a skillset that will translate well to the next level.
Eddrin Bronson, Tampa Catholic (FL)
Bronson averaged 21 points per game on the weekend and was one of the best true three level scorers in the field. He shoots the ball very well from three and showed that he can create off the bounce and score in the paint and at the rim through contact. He knows how to get himself to the line as well, where he converts at a high percentage.
Jay Boyd, Hiram
Boyd is looking like one of the Peach State’s better low-to-mid major recruits as the summer goes on. He’s a high motor player that really gets after it on the defensive side, and he’s beginning to assert himself as a high level scorer offensively. He had an amazing play splitting a double team in transition with a behind the back dribble and going up for an electrifying dunk, showing what a dynamic player he really is.
Marcus Allen, Miami Norland (FL)
To put it simply, Allen is a guy you win with at the next level. His rebounding and defensive abilities are elite-level. He high-points the ball very well on the glass and has great hands to go up and rebound both in and out of his area. Defensively, he guards every position on the floor, moves very well, and is a great athlete. Offensively, he’s a great finisher around the rim and gets a lot of work done on the offensive glass.