TOC Classic Top Performers Pt. 2
Gicarri Harris, Grayson
Harris was key in a very tough win over Alexander on Saturday. He scored the ball well from every level of the floor and made some key buckets down the stretch, including a huge three in the final minutes. As the season moves forward, don't be surprised to see more scoring performances like this from him as he is one of the better bucket getters in Georgia in 2024.
Isaiah Collier, Wheeler
Collier was locked in a very tough point guard matchup with Kimball (TX) guard T'Johnn Brown. After a little frustration in the first half, he sat on the Wildcats bench with an intensely focused look on his face through the halftime period. When the second half opened, he showed why he's a five-star player, taking over the game with his scoring, distributing, and defense. He finished with 16 points and 8 assists in the win.
Jase McCullough, Pebblebrook
McCullough was the best shooter on the day, knocking down 8 threes en route to a 28-point performance to lift Pebblebrook to a good win over Tri-Cities. He played both on and off the ball, making threes in catch and shoot situations and off the dribble, making reads when defenders go under ball screens. He was easily one of the most impressive players on the day.
Braedan Lue, Alexander
Lue's toughness and versatility make him a very tough matchup for any team, and he showed that at TOC. Alexander loves to use him in horns sets around the high post, where he thrives. He made shots from the midrange at a high level and his strength and athleticism gave him the ability to find success around the rim. Throw in his defensive and rebounding abilities, and you have one of the better forwards in Georgia in 2024.
Cannon Richards, Kell
Richards has been one of the biggest standouts in the state this season, and he was tremendous again at TOC to help a shorthanded Kell team to a win without Peyton Marshall. He's an elite level rebounder on both ends of the floor and can absolutely change the game with his motor and relentlessness on the glass. Throw in his ability to catch and shoot from the perimeter and finish plays around the rim and you have a serious stock riser.
Will Hopkins, Holy Innocents
Hopkins did everything that he could to keep the game against Shiloh within reach with his timely scoring down the stretch. He showed the ability to score off the dribble getting into the paint as well as hit shots from the perimeter beyond the three point line. He finished the game with 18 points and was very impressive in the process.