Ja’Kobe Walter wasn’t quite able to lead his McKinney (Texas) High team to a big comeback victory, but the 247Sports-ranked No.16-ranked junior shooter did everything in his power to make it happen. to arrive. After a slow start due to Phoenix (Arizona) Compass Prep’s ability to throw him one long athletic defender after another, Walter cooked things up in the second half. He connected with three while fouled, made smooth passes on the dribble and played on the boards in a strong performance of 26 points, seven rebounds and three assists. He recently officially saw Alabama and mentioned Baylor, Oklahoma, SMU, and Texas as campuses he may have passed through.
Getting your first chance to perform on the big stage, Guard 2025 Trent Stream Allen (Texas) High put on a hard-to-ignore outing. A 5-foot-10 point guard with some serious pop in his legs, Pane has gone wherever he wanted to get out of the dribble, showed the scoring instincts of a much older player and appears to be a real threat from the depths. He’s arguably one of the best freshman guards in the state of Texas.
It will have much better days on the road than on a shooting day 1-9 Friday, but it is quite easy to see that the 2025 wing BJ Davis from Dallas (Texas) Lake Highland has a very bright future. He’s already 6ft 6in, moves extremely well, and will be very athletic when he’s finished maturing. The instincts are there, and it’s a safe bet that production should soon match the physical increase. LSU and Saint Louis University have already proposed the young wing from Saint Louis.
An unsigned senior, North Little Rock’s Corey Washington is a Division One player and could help someone at low to medium major. Standing about 6ft 6in with an athletic frame and high running motor, you can play him like a little four-way ball or a badass wing. He’s just doing it right and his 15 points and seven rebounds were huge for his team’s comeback victory. He mentioned the Arkansas Pine Bluff among those recruiting him.