The Prep Hoops Next 2K21 event has come to an end and it is now time to dish out our coverage from our time in Indianapolis. With the amount of talent that was in the gym this weekend, there were plenty of different prospects that could have fit the bill for being a top scorer. Below are five prospects that turned heads this weekend with their ability to score the basketball…
Jalen Bonds | Indy Nets Basketball Club | Class of 2025
It wasn’t the type of weekend Indy Nets Basketball Club were hoping to have on the court but the problem was not Jalen Bonds. Bonds brought it every game for INBC as he was one of the most prolific scorers in the building at Prep Hoops Next 2K21. Bonds is currently 5’10 and showed he can put a team on his back while scoring the ball in bunches.
| NEBC Elite | Class of 2025
Another no-brainer for this list was Holloman who averaged over 20 points per game this past weekend at the Prep Hoops Next 2K21. Whenever Holloman touched the ball for NEBC, he was instant offense. Holloman was one of the best scorers during the Prep Hoops Next Circuit throughout the spring and summer and he continued that this weekend in Indianapolis.
Bradley Longcor | Iowa Barnstormers Gold | Class of 2025
Longcor was a 1st Team All-Tournament Selection for his efforts to constantly carry his Iowa Barnstormers team with his ability to score the basketball at a high level. Whether he was beating his defenders off the dribble or making shots from different areas on the floor, Longcor was an easy decision for this list.
Julian Miles | Louisville Magic | Class of 2025
Miles was one of the more electrifying scores at Prep Hoops Next 2K21 helping carry Louisville Magic Black to the 14U Gold Championship. Miles has superb quickness that lets him burst to the rim by getting past defenders and can also create space for himself so he can get off his jump shot. Louisville Magic was constantly drawing plays up for Miles with his ability to score the basketball and shoot the basketball from all over the court.
Zamir Parker | NEBC Elite | Class of 2025
Parker had multiple 20 plus point performances for NEBC this past weekend as he was electric in each game I saw of his. He capped off a 32 point finish in one of the last games of the Prep Hoops 2K21 as he showed the fatigue was not getting to him. Parker has intriguing size standing at 6’2 allowing him to be a prospect to monitor as he enters high school.
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