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WANTED: Summer Stars At The Top 250 Part 2

09/09/2020, 11:00am EDT
By Scott Hankamp

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Posted On: 09/11/20 7:59 AM

Grassroots season is always a time for prep basketball players to show out. They put their games on display for coaches and scouts. The Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo is a perfect showcase to do just that. It’s scheduled for October 4 in Grand Rapids. We will take a look at some players that starred this summer in grassroots basketball that we would like to see at the Prep Hoops Top 250.

Here are some of our previous articles that give examples of players that we’d like to see at the Top 250.

WANTED: Under The Radar At the Top 250 – 2021’s

WANTED: Under The Radar At The Top 250 – 2022’s

2021’s That We Want To See At The Top 250 – Part 1

2022’s That We Want To See At The Top 250 – Part 1

2023’s That We Want To See At The Top 250 – Part 1

WANTED: Summer Stars At The Top 250 Part 1

Please register and use code word “HankampTop250” for a discount!

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Carter Alexander (2023, PG, Chelsea)

I was really impressed with Alexander this summer and would like to see him continue his great play at our event. He confidently runs an offense and recognizes good looks at the bucket.

Lucas Doty (2021, SG, South Lyon)

Doty has shown his ability to attack the rim off the bounce this summer. His impressive play this summer would be sure to continue in Grand Rapids.

Ethan Erickson (2021, SG, Forest Hills Northern)

Erickson has been his typical dominant self this summer. He’s shot the lights out from behind the arc and has showed excellent passing and decision making with the ball.

Christian Johnson (2021, CG, L’Anse Creuse North)

Johnson is an underrated perimeter prospect. He can play on or off the ball and really likes to check the defense with the ball in his hands. Johnson played impressively downhill this summer and we’d like to see that continue in Grand Rapids.

Jesse Lawson Jr. (2021, CG, Walled Lake Northern)

Lawson was so impressive with the Michigan Cagers. He scored at a high percentage, hit open teammates in scoring positions, and attacked the glass from the perimeter. Lawson Jr. could star at the event, just like he has this summer.

Malik Olafioye (2021, PG, Ecorse)

Olafioye was at the Top 250 last year, and showed the state of Michigan exactly what was coming their way. The smooth ball handler has been dominant against elite competition this summer.

Brady Titus (2022, PG, Tri-Unity Christian)

Titus has had a truly special summer on the basketball court. He’s been controlling the offense and efficiently scoring from the point. We’d love to see him continue his ascent at the Top 250.

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