Kory Mincy, Tri-Cities
Presbyterian is getting a good one with Mincy. He always brings the intensity to the court along with a high motor and ability to defend hard. Along with that, he showed the ability to score the ball at a high level from all over the floor, finishing with 31 points. He hit tough shots from three and finished well around the rim off the dribble.
David Clark, Campbell
Clark fits the modern position-less style to a tee. He has tons of versatility and plays with a high motor and can do a little bit of everything on the floor. He can guard multiple spots defensively and rebounds at a very high level. He showed the ability to score around the rim as well as from three. He can hit the offensive glass and finish through contact in the paint.
Albert Wilson, North Cobb Christian
Wilson used his physicality to make a big difference in a win over Woodland. He was incredibly tough in the paint, consistently finishing and drawing contact. He was dominant on the boards on both ends of the floor as well. He scored from three and in the mid-post as well. Overall, his combination of physicality and skill set make him a guy to keep eyes on down the stretch of the season.
Gabe Bolden, North Cobb Christian
Bolden was the perimeter complement to Albert Wilson for NCCS. He went off from three, knocking down shot after shot from the perimeter. Aside from his shooting, he was able to play physically on the defensive side, creating turnovers and run-outs. He also showed the ability to be crafty off the dribble and finish plays in the paint with contact.
Randy Latham, Langston Hughes
Latham has been one of the most consistent performers that we have seen this season, showing a variety of abilities and always being productive. He plays at the pace he wants to play at & never gets too sped up or too slowed down. He's very crafty getting to the rim and finishing and he's a good athlete getting off the floor. He also showed that he can make shots from three.
Dennis Scott III, Mount Vernon
Scott turned in one of the better shooting performances of the day and showed his reputation as a sniper from the perimeter. He knocked down four triples in the first half and found himself in some good spots for finishes as well as drawing contact in the second half. He finished with 24 points in the win over Washington.
Daylon Johnson, Washington
Johnson did everything he could to keep his team within striking distance of Mount Vernon. He shot the ball at a very high level from three and every time his team needed a bucket, he seemed to come through with a big shot. He also used his physicality off the dribble to get into the paint and either finish or kick our for open shots for teammates.
Micah Smith, Sandy Creek
Smith always shows the ability to make big time plays, and this day was no different. He's got great footwork and athleticism around the rim and can do things that can wow you from an athletic standpoint. He's incredibly versatile on the defensive side of the floor, guarding multiple positions with the ability to switch ball screens. He rebounds well and continues to show development on the offensive side of the floor. High majors definitely need to keep an eye on him.