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Thursday, May 28, 2009

Spiece Memorial Tournament-Part 3

These reports will be more cumulative for the spring more than just what I saw at the tournament the past weekend.

Indiana Select 2010

Neal Beshears 6'6 SF-Long,decent springs,good motor, above average shooter, very good offensive rebounder. Drives the ball very well. Needs work defensively as I do not think he is used to guarding athletes. I envision him being great at the top of a 1-3-1 defense. Indiana Junior All-Star that is getting low major looks right now...ceiling is probably mid-major but lots of potential.

Aaron Bluitt 6'1 PG-More of a combo guard, shoots it very well, penetrates well with a good first step, would like him to drive more. Struggles with shot selection at times and sometimes gets lackadaisical on defense. I see him being very good at the low D1 level or D2 level.

Brad Elam 5'10 PG-Quick, good shooter with range and also very good at pulling up for the mid-range jumper. Decision making and size are his main weaknesses. Probably a D2/NAIA type of PG or Combo guard.

Brad Siegel 6'4 PF-Good motor, aggressive rebounder, solid spot up shooter to 20 feet. Improved consistency on jumper and some quickness work could make him a solid D2/NAIA player.

Taylor Wayer 5'11 PG
-Shooter, strong, decent quicks. Wayer is more of a SG or combo guard than a point guard which will probably make him more of a D2/NAIA prospect. Needs ball handling work and decision making improvement to be more of a point guard.

Patrick Cutter 6'6 PF-Raw, good motor, decent post moves, developing face-up game. Needs strength and to be a little more aggressive in the defensive and rebounding areas. Potential to be a D2 prospect if he puts in work this summer.

Reed McLaughlin 6'5 PF-Good set shooter, drives the ball well, rebounds well, good motor. NAIA type of player because he lacks size for PF or quickness for the SF spot.

I planned on having more in this post but I just got very tired all of a sudden. More to come soon.

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