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10 Players Who Rose Their Stock at the UAA Finals
by James Fletcher, Future150 (11:15 AM CT, Thu July 18, 2019)
Chet Holmgren, C - Minneapolis, MN
Chet Holmgren, C - Minneapolis, MN
James Fletcher:

National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball nationally.

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- At Under Armour’s biggest event of the season, young players were able to showcase their skills and raise their stock in front of the media and college coaches watching from the sideline. Here are the five members of the 2022 class that did the most to help themselves.

Jaden Bradley, SG – 2022 (B. Maze Elite 16U)

Bradley showed off why he is one of the top players in the class of 2022 last weekend at the UAA Finals. He great on offense and can score from every level. His versatility from the shooting guard spot makes him valuable on both ends of the floor,

Vincent Cruz Davis, CG – 2022 (Basketball Means More 17U)

Davis was among the youngest players in the 17U division at the UAA Finals. Despite his age, Davis was a big contributor to his team, playing key minutes down the stretch and knocking down big shots. His mid-range jump shot is quick and efficient, while his length provides him the ability to guard older players on defense.

Zachry Edey, C – 2021 (Northern Kings 17U)

Edey is a 7’3 big man who using his size well and is able to move at both ends of the court. His shot blocking on the interior makes him an asset of defense and his ability to rebound over the competition allows him to score off of put backs.

Chet Holmgren, C – 2021 (Grassroots Sizzle 17U)

Holmgren showed extreme versatility as a big man at the UAA Finals. He is a great ball handler and moves well for his size. Holmgren’s ability to stretch the floor and create for his team is hard to find and will make him one of the most coveted big men in the country.

Jalen Hood-Schilfino, SG – 2022 (Team Charlotte 16U)

Hood-Schilfino is a great shooting guard who can create for himself and others on offense. He is able to score from every level and his pull-up jump shot is incredibly efficient. On defense he can hold his own and shows promise as a two-way player.

Brandon Huntley-Hatfield, PF – 2022 (B. Maze Elite 16U)

Huntley-Hatfield has an intriguing set of skills that make him an interesting prospect. He ran the point guard position on offense and was able to score at will. His length on the defensive end and ability to guard all five positions make him a great player on both ends.

Manny Obaseki, CG – 2021 (Mudiay Elite 17U)

Obaseki is a great combo guard who can run the team on both ends of the floor, shoot well and make an impact on defense. Being able to play the point guard position or move off the ball makes him valuable on offense, while his versatility on defense allows him to play with anyone.

Trey Patterson, SF – 2021 (Team Rio 17U)

Patterson put up one of the most impressive performances at this year’s UAA Finals. He shot incredibly from the field, showing off just how hot he can get from the field when he is shooting well. After Patterson’s impressive weekend he will certainly receive interest from some of the top schools in the country.

Andrew Williams, SF – 2021 (B. Maze Elite 16U)

Williams did not come into the weekend as a highly touted prospect, but his combination of shooting and movement away from the ball on offense show that he has great potential. Defensively Williams is able to switch well and guard players who are small than him by using his length and lateral quickness.

Zaakir Williamson, PF – 2021 (DC Premier 16U)

Williamson is a versatile player who contributes on both ends of the floor. He showed off good rebounding and scoring from the interior, as well as an ability to guard the post defensively. The next step for Williamson will be to develop a consistent outside shot.


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