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PrimeTime Sports Summer Hoops Tour: Plano
by Ani Umana, Future150 (1:27 PM CT, Tue July 7, 2015)
Kendel Givens and Manny Obaseki at the  Summer Hoops Tour in
Kendel Givens and Manny Obaseki at the Summer Hoops Tour in
Ani Umana
Ani Umana:

Future150 Southwest Recruiting Analyst. Covering high & middle school basketball in TX, LA, OK, NM, AZ.

Plano, TX (Future150) -- The coverage never stops from Future150.  Last weekend PrimeTime Sports hosted another successful event.  Several guards shone.  The top performer list includes numerous scoring guards and also many floor leaders.

Kendel Givens SG 2020, Arkansas Wings lil rock:
Givens is a physical guard that uses a series of in-and-out dribbles to break down his defenders and get to the basket. He is quick for his size and moves well laterally on defense.

Jordan Phifer SG 2020, Arkansas Wings lil rock: Phifer was on a roll on Sunday morning, averaging 15 points. He is a quick guard that has a nice mid-range jumper to go with strong handle.  Pressure does not rattle him.

Matthew Sanders SF 2020, D1 Ambassadors: Sanders is a versatile forward that rebounds at a high rate. He is effective in transition, also. He runs the lanes wide to create space for a open shot or layup.

Manny Obaseki SG 2021, Texas Skyhawks Allen: Obaseki led his Skyhawks squad to a victory against the D1 Shooters.  He took over offensively in the second half. The lefty has strong handles and can create for himself at a high level. He posted up smaller guards into a hook shot when his team needed points. Obaseki is an underrated guard in the DFW area for the 2021 class.

Miles Koehler PG 2018, Athens Cuse: Koehler was not finishing well, but he did everything else well. Pushing the ball on offense, gaining steals on the press, and racking up rebounds typified Koehler's afternoon.

Chance Amie PG 2018, Tyler Magic: At 6-foot-4 Amie ran the point position.  He showed solid decision-making and scoring abilities. He needs to tighten his handles more, but he has the ideal size and athleticism you would want for a point guard.

Mike Donnell CG 2018, Tyler Magic: Donnell is a high-volume scorer, properly listed as a a combo guard at this point. He is not a very good decision-maker, but he can score in any way. He averaged 20 points in the first two games and averaged 3 steals per.

Isiah Davison PG 2017, Tyler Magic: Davison came off the bench and was explosive offensively. He is knockdown shooter that is aggressive on the defensive end, as well. Davison does not handle pressure well, but when the opposing teams went to a zone, he was a problem.

Mason Mathers CF 2019, Texas Heat: Mathers showcased his versatility on offense. A combo forward that still needs to work on his handles, Mathers can score score from the inside-out. He is a a better offensive rebounder than a defensive rebounder at this point. At 6-foot-4, he has the potential of being a college prospect in the future.

Trey Slater SG 2018, Arkansas Warriors Dumas: Slater scored inside at will. A great offensive rebounder for a guard, Slater had over 12 rebounds against the Magic. He was the catalyst to the 22-point comeback against the Magic on Sunday morning.


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