#OTRHoopsReport: Peachtree Corners Invitational Recap -Jan. 22, 2018

Issac Okoro of McEachern (GA) dominated the competition Saturday at Norcorss High School. Photo Cred – Ty Freeman 

Atlanta, Ga – The Peachtree Corners Invitational provided an exciting atmosphere for teams to compete against elite competition. College coaches from around the country stopped through Norcross High School to watch some of the top talent in the state of Georgia. Here is a close look back on which players elevated themselves above the others on this January weekend.

Brandon Boston – Norcorss (GA) – 2020

Boston is one of the better sharp shooters in the country. When his team needed a big play, he came through every time which helped Norcross pull away from Riverdale Baptist (MD). He has a high basketball IQ and knows how to move without the ball to get open. Boston caught fire in the second half connecting on (5) three pointers in a row. In addition, he has improved his dribble-drive game and does a solid job of getting to the basket.

Jalen Lecque – The Christ School (NC) – 2019

One of the most aggressive and attacking points in the country. Lecque has a great motor and plays in attack mode on the offensive end of the floor on every possession. He can get to the rim at will on the break. He is terrific off the dribble where he beats defenders one on one on a regular basis with his explosive first step.

Isaac Okoro – McEachern (GA) – 2019

Okoro is a big time athlete that is strong and physical on both ends of the floor. He excels in transition on the break where he can finish above the rim with power. In the half court he power drives and slashes to the rim where he can finish through contact. He did a good job of allowing the game to come to him by taking what the defense gave him and picking his spots to attack.

Justice Ajogbor – The Christ School (NC) – 2020

This sophomore center made his presence known on the defense end of the floor. Ajogbor did a good job of providing help side defense, blocking/altering shots and crashing the glass. Offensively, He is a huge post target that can score with power drop steps and from drop off passes created by dribble penetration that he finishes above the rim with a clear path or direct angle.

Jordan Mcllwain – Lambert (GA) – 2018

Mcllwain is a true point who makes plays for himself and others, has a tight handle, good court vision, and pinpoint passing ability. He can drive to score or dish and shows good ability to read the defense and make decisions while in attack mode. He has floaters, pull-ups and wide angled lay-ups in his offensive arsenal and he has the ability to make shots consistently from deep.

Jamari Smith – Jonesboro (GA) – 2018

Smith brings great energy every time he takes the floor and impacts the game with hustle plays. He is an offensive rebounding specialist that has a good feel for the path off the ball and is relentless at chasing down second shot opportunities. He has good touch in the lane and he is good at attacking the basket from the high post area where he can get to the rim and finish with spins before he elevates over defenders.

Shun_Williams_OTRHoopsShun Williams is the owner of On the Radar Hoops, Inc. The On the Radar Hoops Report is picked up by Division I and II colleges and universities across the country. He serves as a member of the Naismith National High School Board of Selectors and the Atlanta Tip-Off Club. He is the director of the On the Radar Hoops Fall/Spring Showcases, On the Radar Hoops Invitational, Elite 32 Session I & II, Power 24, Atlanta Classic and Super 6 Showcase.

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