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The Hundred Session II Top Performers Pt. 2

Owen Ritger, Atlanta Allstars

Ritger is going to be one of the more popular players in Georgia with MM & LM coaches this spring. At a long 6-foot-8, he scores the ball well on the interior with the ability to step out and hit shots from three off the catch. He has amazing hands which helps him finish plays from teammates and grab rebounds out of his area. He's also very mobile, showed he can switch out onto wings defensively and also protect the rim with his length. His recruitment should take off this summer.

Gray Bennich, Alabama Truth UA Rise

Alabama Truth had a great weekend, winning the 15U division and Bennich was a big part of that. He was very consistent scoring the ball this weekend, scoring in double figures in five of six games and going for 17 points or more three different times. He shot the ball very well from three and used the dribble to attack closeouts and get to his spots in the midrange or all the way to the rim.

Johnny Towry, JSI Elite

Towry has a chance to be a very solid name in Alabama in the coming years. His combination of size, skill level, mobility, and athleticism made him a big standout on the weekend. He was great finishing the ball around the rim and had a number of creative finishes that really showed his athletic ability. He also has a knack for drawing contact and getting to the free throw line, which could make him a threat to put big numbers in scoresheets consistently.

Coleman Akridge, Hawks Elite Gold

Akridge finished the weekend at the top of the scoring leaders in the 17U Yellow division at over 22 points per game. He had 18 points or more in every game this weekend and shot the cover off the ball from three, hitting 18 threes in four games. It was not just his three point stroke, however. He hit a number of tough shots in the midrange and showed that he can score the ball off the bounce and was not afraid to draw contact on his way to the rim.

Chris Hutchinson, Kountry Wayne Elite

Hutchinson's combination of size and shot making ability on the wing should make him a notable guy for college programs to see this spring. He averaged over 20 points per game on the weekend, and connected on 3.5 threes per game. He also has the size and athletic ability to put the ball on the floor, get to the rim, and finish. He showed solid ability around the rim whether it was in transition or in the halfcourt. He had a very impressive weekend.

Cade Lomas, OTP National

Lomas was a bucket getter in a couple games this weekend, averaging 22 points per game on the weekend. He has the reputation of a guy that can really shoot the ball from their perimeter, which he did a lot of this weekend. But his ability to create off the dribble shined this weekend. He's very tough and doesn't shy away from contact and can use a number of finishes in the paint or pull up and hit shots in the midrange. He had a big weekend.

Braylon Chaney, Georgia Stars RP

Teams had a nightmare of a time trying to stay in front of Chaney all weekend. He consistently beat defenders off the bounce and made times tough on opposing defenses whether he was scoring the ball himself or finding teammates for scoring chances. He's highly instinctual and can make reads with the ball in his hands. He was in double figures scoring in three or four games and was one of the best playmakers in the field.


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