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Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo: Players That Should Have Been Written About More

10/08/2019, 4:15pm EDT
By Scott Hankamp, Prep Hoops MI


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Posted On: 10/8/19 8:28 AM

The Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo was a huge event. There were players of all sizes, years, positions, and skill levels. We have covered the event extensively, publishing almost 20 articles. Despite the coverage, there are always players that, when looking back, deserved to be written about more. Here they are:

Connor Allam (2021, 6’4″, SF, Marine City)

Allam was impressive at the Top 250. He showed the perimeter skills of a true wing player, but also had the ability to play bigger than his size. Allam can guard multiple positions and be a rim protector.  

Elijah Beil (2021, 5’10”, G, Linden)

Beil is very underrated as a prospect. He’s a smooth shooting guard with range beyond the arc. Beil is an excellent passer and is efficent with the ball. 

Cade Conley (2021, 6’3″, G, Williamston)

Conley is an extremely intelligent player that always seems to make the right play. He’s a good shooter and a prized prospect in the class of 2021. Conley looks primed to help Williamston have a big season. 

Jamison Eklund (2023, 6’3″, F, Pewamo-Westphalia)

Eklund is incredibly skilled and disciplined for a freshman. He has all the tools of a future big time prospect. His combination of size, ball skills, and basketball IQ is unique. 

Sam Hauxwell (2020, 6’4″, SF, Cranbrook Kingswood)

Hauxwell showed a very good mid range game. He constantly moved without the ball, creating looks at the basket. Hauxwell can score without an offense having to run through him. 

Addison McIntosh (2020, 6’1″, G, Fenton)

McIntosh is a shooter through and through. He has unlimited range on his jumper. McIntosh is a nice mix of athletic shooter and a leader. He’ll be a steal for a coachvat the next level.

Adam Rearick (2020, 6’5″, F, South Christian)

Rearick was very impressive at the Top 250. He was big and strong enough to battle in the paint, but was skilled enough with the ball to handle it and make a post feed pass. Rearick had a nice mid range game as well. 

Clayton Roberts III (2021, 6’4″, G/F, Grand Rapids Angels)

Roberts III put his game on display at the Top 250. He found lanes and aggressively attacked the rim. Roberts III is a forceful finisher. 

Jacob Tomsich (2020, G, H.H. Dow)

Tomsich needs to be recruited, and quickly. He’s flat out one of the best 3 point shooters in Michigan. At the Top 250 he showed off his much improved ball handling skill

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