#OTRHoopsReport: Super 6 Showcase Session II standouts – Aug. 2, 2018

Chase Hunter of Westlake (GA) recruitment took off this summer.

Atlanta, Ga.,– The Super 6 Showcase put on by OntheRadarHoops.com provided the perfect stage for players to pick up new offers and get the exposure that they were looking for in the July viewing period. With teams from around the Southeast as well as from as far away as Chicago, players were able to display their talents to coaches from around the nation.

 Elias King 6’7 2019 SF ATL Hoops (Committed to Xavier) 

King saved his best for last as he went for 40 points in an overtime when over a good Bobby Maze Elite team.  The slender forward has always been one to hit open shots, but as of late he’s been more aggressive off the dribble where he uses his size and length.  Throughout the game King didn’t just jack up shots although he did go on personal runs, but he got teammates involved by driving and kicking after drawing all the attention.

Justin Moore 6’4 2019 SG Team Takeover(Committed to Villanova)

Moore is not just a shooter, he is a crafty scorer.  In Team Takeover’s Saturday night win Moore started off stretching the defense from behind the arc before he converted on some slashing drives all within the offense.  He plays with good pace, one of the better rebounding guards around due to his physicalness and not being shy about mixing it up.

Kenny Isnord 6’7 2019 PF Showtime Ballers 

His recruitment has taken a spike in July after coaches have seen how much an animal he is around the rim.  Athletically he’s as good as anyone in the country.  Shot blocker, dunker, rebounder is what a program will get by investing in Isnord.  He puts the POWER in power forward, at the same time he can level off guards coming on ball screens with no problem at all.  Such a strong rebounder and above the rim finisher.

Giovanni Santiago 6’0 2019 PG Team RWA 

A savvy point guard who has spent time with the Puerto Rican National team, Santigo felt his way around every game before he got going.  The ball handling guard isn’t lighting quick, but manages to get to the rim and in the paint where he can either pull out a nice lefty floater or a quick pull up jumper at either elbow.  Santiago really competed, in the clutch he wanted the ball and didn’t shy away from the pressure as he walked away with a win in sudden death after scoring on a strong drive to the basket.

Chase Hunter 6’3 2019 SG Atlanta Xpress  

Schools from the Big Ten to the ACC have extended offers to Hunter.  Wired to score in bunches, the shooting guard has shown that he can score from all three levels while continuing to get better at using ball screens. When facing the huge front line of Team Takeover Hunter continuously attacked the bigs head on in the paint and was successful.  Defensively he’s capable of giving his team a burst on and off the ball where he has good anticipation when playing the passing lanes. 

Kerry Willis is a contributor to On the Radar Hoops

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