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By BigShots Nation, 10/01/19, 3:30PM EDT


Big Shots was out in full force this past weekend in Rock Hill.

CO-MVP: Colin Radcliffe, Living Water Christian

Colin Radcliffe had quite the day in the skills and games sessions of the day. He showed he can handle the ball and knock down 3's consistently on the wing. Radcliffe put together 15.5 points per contest across two games and was part of an impressive comeback effort in the first contest.

He put up 27 points and six made 3-pointers to lead the way for his squad. At 6-foot-5, Radcliffe also has the ability to get to the rim and finish strong in traffic. He's one to keep an eye on at Living Water Christian School.

Co-MVP: Myles evans, ravenscroft school

Myles Evans was an impressive force on the interior at the BigShots SE Top 150. He's still working his way back from a knee injury, but he showed flashes of his touch around the rim and ability to handle the ball and make plays. 

Evans scored 16 points in his team's opening game and made two 3-pointers in the effort. At 6-foot-9, he can get up the floor with pace and has the confidence to take and make jump shots on the perimeter and from the high post area.  As he works on becoming a presence on defense, he's another prospect to keep an eye on at Ravenscroft School.


Sabastian Haidera, Hoggard High School

Sabastian Haidera was a 6-foot point guard that had his playmaking skills and 3-point shooting ability on full display at the BigShots SE Top 150 showcase. Haidera made nine 3-pointers across two games while averaging 22.0 points per game. The combo guard will be one to watch at Hoggard in 2019-20.

Marcus Boykin, Harrell's Christian Academy

Marcus Boykin is a lightning-quick guard at 6-foot that plays big with his underrated athleticism. Boykin was fearless taking the ball and finishing at the rim, not shying away from contact often. He produced 14.0 points per game during the games portion and showed a knack for pressuring the ball on defense throughout both.

Brian Moore Jr., Believe Prep

Brian Moore Jr. was an impressive lead guard for his squad all day long. He led an impressive comeback in their final game of the day which culminated in him making the game-winning 3-pointer in the end. He's an active defender who turns steals into points at the rim on the offensive end. Moore showed off a quick first step with the ball in his hands and averaged 13.0 points across two games.

Noah Dunn, Moravian Prep

Noah Dunn put on a good showing with his shooting and decision-making ability at the BigShots SE Top 150 showcase. His mobility is a whole lot better and he showed he can handle pressure and make plays in the games portion of the day. He put up 14 points in the first contest and 13 points in the second game of the day for his team. His rebounding ability is underrated as well. He'll be a prospect to watch over at Moravian Prep.

Second Team

James Weathers III, Believe Prep

James Weathers III was a big guard prospect that showed poise with the ball in his hands and with his ability to play the defensive end. He played the lanes well on defense and pressured the ball anytime his man touched it. When he had opportunities, he used his strength to get to the rim and finish strong. He was another guard from Believe Prep that played well.

Joshua Reid, Village Christian

Joshua Reid is a nice-sized forward at 6-foot-5 that handles the ball well and gets to the rim with ease. He showed off his ability to get out on the break and finish at the rim with a few dunks during the games session. With his mobility and wingspan, he may be able to play the 4-spot in some cases. He's an intriguing prospect to watch at Village Christian in 2019-20.

Dionte Ware, Believe Prep

Dionte Ware was a strong two-way prospect at the BigShots SE Top 150 Showcase. He's got a solid wingspan with his size at 6-foot-3 and did well to knock down the 3-ball when he got opportunities. His defense against some top talent stood out down the stretch and he's still learning how to get to the rim, which will carry his game as well. 

Tylan Mann, Believe Prep

Tylan Mann did a little bit of everything for his squad to lead them to two wins on the day. He didn't try to overdo things with his play, but scored when needed and put his teammates in position to score as well. On defense, he never backed down from any of his matchups and did well to create chaos when needed to get his team the ball. 

Dayjuwon Cooke, Believe Prep

Dayjuwon Cooke was an active forward from Believe Prep that made his presence known on the glass and in the paint. He showed flashes of his high motor throughout the drills and games of the day. Cooke has nice length and is slowly figuring out how to stay active on the offensive end by crashing the boards. He kept plays alive and finished in traffic well.