Takeaways from JAred COok Classic Day Three



  1. Milton sophomore PG Josh Dixon was one of the top performers on the day, going for 25 points in a win over North Gwinnett, giving him over 40 points in two games at the event. He has such natural scoring instincts and the ability to make shots from all over the floor and beat defenses in a variety of ways. Pound for pound, he's one of the Peach State's better scoring guards regardless of class.

  2. Buford had the performance of the day in a very surprising win over Grovetown. The Wolves lost a lot of pieces from last year, but this year's group has shown that they should not be taken lightly. They have solid size in the frontcourt, athletic players all of the floor, and they can stretch the floor and make shots from three. They could be a real sleeper in 7A with play like that.

  3. Greenforest has the two seven-footers in their frontcourt with Mississippi State signee Gai Chol & Georgia State signee DK Manyiel. While those two guys can change games on their own, the Greenforest backcourt has quietly been playing very well to start the year. Senior guard Isaiah Lloyd has been very productive this season and can really score the ball at a high level. He is joined by juniors Elijah Lewis and Michael Robinson, who have had big bright spots so far this season as well.