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2020 Basketball Recruiting Notes

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2020 Omaha Central guard Latrell Wrightsell Jr.:

 

Despite being hampered by a foot injury, Wrightsell showed why he is squarely on the radar of Division I schools. His length defensively causes problems for opponents. He uses his body and basketball IQ to create separation offensively. He is a three-level scorer who can make shots efficiently.

 

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2020 Omaha Skutt guard Tyson Gordon:

 

He finds himself on the top-performers list for the second consecutive week. Gordon had a difference-making 17 points, four assists and three rebounds in OSA 16U Gauntlet’s 90-82 win on Saturday against YIIS Toronto. Gordon is as competitive of a guard as you will find. He doesn't back down from any challenge, and he limited his mistakes from the opening Gauntlet weekend in Indianapolis a week ago. After teammate Max Polk (Omaha Central) hit free throws for his 16th and 17th point to give OSA a lead with under five seconds remaining against DC Thunder on Saturday, Gordon blocked a shot to seal a 64-62 win.

 

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2020 Millard North post Max Murrell:

 

Murrell doesn’t get as many touches as he probably should — some of that is on him for not doing a better job of demanding the ball. What he does do well is score around the basket and clean up plays defensively. In an 8 a.m. Sunday game, he started by scoring eight of Team Factory 16U’s 13 points. Three of those baskets were two-handed dunks. Upside is increasingly evident here.

 

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2020 Bellevue West forward Louis Fidler:

 

He seems to always be around the ball or finds it in his hands even though he is not a point guard. He scores in bunches for Team Factory 16U and had multiple double-digit scoring games in Atlanta. He has good length on the defensive end which allows him to stay in front of quicker offensive players.

 

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we recently offered Trey Galloway from Culver, IN and apparently his family has a really good relationship with Coach Lewis. Would be a hell of a pull

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Dawson Garcia's recruitment is heating up, and both Creighton and Nebraska have been paying close attention.

 

The 6-foot-10 four-star recruit from Prior Lake (Minn.) High School currently holds eight scholarship offers. The Huskers and Bluejays have shown interest but haven't offered yet.

 

“Creighton was the first school to contact me when I was a 15-year-old and have kept in contact with me here and there," said Garcia, a forward ranked No. 31 nationally according to the 247Sports composite. "... I’ve talked to Nebraska a few times."

 

Both schools had coaches at the Adidas Gauntlet Finale last weekend in New York City. Garcia put in a strong performance there and was key in helping the D1 Minnesota 16-and-under team defeat previously No. 1-ranked Indiana Elite in the championship game.

 

Garcia currently holds scholarship offers from Baylor, Texas, Marquette, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois, Butler and Xavier. The only visit he has planned is to Texas in September.

 

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7 minutes ago, GBRFAN said:

 

Can he shoot 3's?

The highlight tape of I saw of his seems like he has a very long shooting motion. Built kind of like Lance Jeter... He is a "sturdy" 5'10. I think at one point he was VERY highly rated but has come down a bit.

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