Throughout Wesleyan Christian's two games over the weekend, Hoard was dominant on both sides of the ball and quietly averaged nearly a double-double. The Wake Forest commit was a force under the bucket, converting almost every time he touched the ball in the paint, and was an excellent facilitator for the rest of his team.
Rawls showed off his entire offensive arsenal in his Hamilton Heights squad's lone game, a victory over OSNA. Lethal with the ball in his hands, Rawls showed an uncanny ability to get into the lane at will, and with even a little space could sink trey after trey. A gifted passer as well, this combo guard is only beginning to see his potential on the hardwood.
Wright was an absolute nightmare for opposing teams throughout the weekend in Nashville, diving after loose balls, invading passing lanes, and leading the one-man fastbreak time after time. Offensively, he proved adept at slashing and creating for himself at the cup or teammates around the perimeter. With a more consistent jumper, this future Demon Deacon will be a force at the college level.
Despite his team suffering through two losses in Nashville, Drame was consistent on the offensive end in both. Battling with bigs underneath, he picked up plenty of boards and put them in but was also lethal going baseline on anyone he faced up. A tenacious rebounder for a player his size, Drame will continue to lead OSNA with his hustle.
The McDonald's All-American was the leader on both ends of the floor we have come to expect for his dominant Wheeler team, showing out with a brilliant performance in their lone showdown. With a midrange jumper and face-up game to match anyone in the country, Montgomery simply could not be stopped and his dominance with the ball in his hands allowed his teammates to enjoy great games scoring the ball.