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CenTX Hoopsfest: Day 1 Standouts

By ACH Staff, 05/05/24, 9:15AM CDT


Our staff gives you our insight on some of the hoopers who balled on day one...

Isaiah Meuchelboeck

Joseph Ramon  (SA Premier Reynosa) - Hit multiple 3s in both games today, off the dribble, off ball movement and catch and shoot situations. Also made some nice passes and assists.

Brayden Pryor (SA Hoops Elite 15U) – Strong and physical frame, was able to force his way to the rim all day. Hit some catch and shoot 3’s.

Corbin Crocker (Rhythm Basketball) – Uses his size well, was able to seal everybody and get whatever he wanted in the paint. Has nice footwork in the post as well, and showed he has the athleticism to finish above the rim.

TJ Whybrew (THP Elite 17u)– Nice wing, was able to guard multiple positions and create turnovers and turn them into easy offense today. Finished in traffic and hit a couple pull-up three’s.

Jonathan Hadnot (Texas Conquerors TXC) – Long lead guard, was able to get everywhere on the court and finish. Used his handles as well and made some spectacular passes to give his teammates easy chances. His wiry frame and athleticism lets him slither into the lane and find bucket after bucket. Showed consistent range netting 6 treys on the day.

Isaiah Richardson (C3 Select 17U) – Another big point guard, was able to use his size and nice footwork to get into the paint easily and create looks for himself and teammates.

Joel Morris

Kristian Burgan (SA hoops Elite 17U)
Has been dominate with athletic and physical presence, a very strong frame, active around the rim and paint. Quiet personality that lets his game do the talking, high effort prospect.

Jaelynn ransom (ASAK 3SSB 15U)
Tall, slender freshman standing 6’6 with raw ability on both ends but makes for intriguing prospect as he showed an above average shot from beyond the arc, and used his length well to impact the glass on both ends.

Jonathan Bradley (ASAK 3SSB 15U)
Smooth guard with long arms to help his ball handling get him to his spots. Shooting ability was on display hitting 4 three-pointers in one game with nice, consistent mechanics. 

Jayson Ellis (Texas Hard Work Black)
Stands at 5’11 but being a 2027 with his thin frame, can still grow taller as smooth combo guard who can score. 

Quinton Cain (ProSkills SA 2027 Black)
Showed an accurate touch from the perimeter and beyond the arc. At 6’1”, plays off the ball, muscular frame for a ’27.

Jonathan Bradley (ASAK 3SSB 15U)

Kristan Burgan (SA Hoops Elite 17U)

Jaelynn Ransom (ASAK 3SSB 15U)