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Ontario Prep Classic - Day 2 Recap

Posted on 03. Oct, 2010 by Nolan Shulman in High School

It was a much more physical day at Downsview High School, home of the 2010 Ontario Prep Classic.  The games were highly competitive and the paint was a place for men, not boys.  The double header at night featured two terrific games. In our 7pm showdown, New Creations (IN) beat R.E.D.A at the buzzer as Canadian wing Michael Knight made a dramatic mid range fadeaway to complete the comeback.  In the late night feature,  Kiski showed off 5 Canadians; all of whom were highly impressive. 

 

Here are our day 2 standounts !!

 

Colin Holder, Y.A.A.C.E. Prep (6-9, C, 2011)

Colin has come a long way since last year.  When we evaluated Colin last we were concerned about his aloofness.  Fast forward nearly 5 months and he has become a much more focused basketball player.  Going up against a much smaller front court, YAAACE did a tremendous job of just throwing it up to the rim.  Colin showed the ability to make tough catches and was effective finishing at the rim.  He contested shots, patrolled the lane, and really had a presence we have never seen out of him.  We came away tremendously impressed. 

Kadar Marshall, Y.A.A.C.E Prep (6-4, SG, 2011)

Kadar was also pretty effective today, getting in the gaps and making plays for others.  Whether it was him drawing the defense and throwing it up to the rim for Colin or kicking it out to one of his shooters for an open three, Kadar was the catalyst in Y.A.A.A.C.E. getting such high quality shots. 

Grant Mullins, R.E.D.A.  (6-0, PG, 2011)

Grant is a terrific setup point guard.  He plays mistake free basketball, knocks down open shots, understands how to feed the post, understands how to attack a zone, and just did an outstanding job getting REDA into its offense.  He is not the most athletic guy, not the fastest guy, but he is tremendously effective.  There will be a lot of CIS clubs after this young point guard in the coming months. 

Coonnor Wood, R.E.D.A. (6-3, SG. 2011)

Much like Grant, Connor plays outstanding basketball.  He is an underrated athlete, as he moved well laterally and showed the ability to elevate at the rim.  He can make open shots, get by his defender off the bounce, and never forced any action.  I am really excited to see his progression while were at the Kiski tip off tournament and National Prep Showcase in November.   

Stefan Jankovic, Kiski Prep (6-9, SF, 2012)

Stef looked absolutely terrific in the afternoon shoot around.  His jump shot has range well beyond the three point line.  At 6-9 he can really really shoot the basketball.  Once the lights went on and the game begun, he demonstrated his versatility.  He rebounded the basketball, did a terrific job operating at the free throw line facing zone, made superb passes, and contested numerous shots.  Simply put he was the most effective player we saw all day.  Kiski plays twice tomorrow.  11am vs. PHASE 1 and 2pm vs. REDA !!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

  CCCol

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