by Mal Mundy | August 29, 2022 | The Tour Recruiting
Drew Timmons (’25) 6-5 Forward – Hannan High School (LA)
Drew Timmons had an awesome day at “The Sophomore Academy” displaying his athleticism, scoring and rim protection. Timmons ability to play inside out has made him a nightmare to defend.
Jayden Jackson (’25) 5-9 Point Guard – West Monroe High School (LA)
Jayden Jackson was lighting it up, getting to his spots on the floor. Jackson has a nice feel for the game and plays with a great pace not allowing the defense to speed him up.
Isiah Stevens (’25) 6-0 Guard – Crescent City School (LA)
Isiah Stevens is a true point guard that consistently make plays for himself and others. Stevens playmaking ability has him valuable on both ends of the floor.
Garret Shoemaker (’25) 6-7 Forward – Oak Forest High School (LA)
Garret Shoemaker is a versatile Wing/Forward that has shown his ability to handle the ball in the open floor, make good decisions in transition as well as knock down the open 3 consistently.
Noah Edmonson (’25) 6-0 Guard– Dunham High School (LA)
Noah Edmonson has an high IQ and plays the right way. Edmonson shoots the ball very well, has a good handle and controls the temple of the game.
Jkai Jordan (’25) 6-5 Forward – Madison Prep Academy (LA)
Jkai Jordan is a long and high potential young prospect. Jordan plays inside/out, has a high motor, good form on jumper and finishes well around the rim.
Michael Parlow (’25) 6-2 Guard – Slidell High School (LA)
Michael Parlow does a great job creating space off the dribble to get his shot off. Parlow made a number of plays on the defensive end staying in front of the ball and contesting shots at the rim.
Mason Boston (’25) 6-4 Forward – Port Allen High School (LA)
Mason Boston has very high ceilings and unlimited potential. Boston finishes well around the rim, tough defender and rebounds at a high level.
Christopher Shiflett (’25) 5-9 Point Guard – Evangel Christian High School (LA)
Christopher Shiflet was lights out at the Soph Academy. Shiflett is a lightning quick point guard who creates for others, very crafty and can shoot it from anywhere on the floor.
Daijon Leatherman (’25) 6-8 Center – GW Carver High School (LA)
Daijon Leatherman made an huge impact on the defensive end contesting shots at the rim and rebounding. Leatherman also shown the ability to catch in traffic and finish through contact.
Jeremiah Lucas (’25) 6-2 Guard – Bonnabel High School (LA)
Jeremiah Lucas did an outstanding job on both ends of the court. Lucas gets to the basket with ease, finishes well and a tough on and off the ball defender.
Juan Santiago Hector (’25) 5-10 Point Guard – D’Iberville High School (MS)
Juan Santiago Hector very crafty and shifty point guard that’s hard to stay in front of. Hector makes it almost impossible to stop in transition with his speed and open court decision making.
Eddie McIntyre (’25) 5-5 Point Guard – John Ehret High School (LA)
Eddie Mcintyre is a small but lightning quick point guard who was able to set his teammates up and made open shots. McIntyre ended the academy with a game high of 24 points and 8 assists.
Daryl Adams (’25) 5-10 Point Guard – LB Landry High School (LA)
Daryl Adams is a smooth crafty point guard who can score in bunches. Adams flew by defenders and finished well in traffic, he also had game highs of 26 and 23 points.
Braylon Brown (’25) 5-10 Point Guard – Southern Lab High School (LA)
Braylon Brown is a scrappy guard with a quick first step that gets by defenders and able to finish at the rim. Brown is a good 3 point shooter that cannot be left alone.