Stealthy Scorers In The Midwest
A stealthy scorer is a player who consistently scores an effective and timely bucket. This player won’t go for the highlight-like shot but will provide pivotal numbers for their teams. Unlike volume shooters, stealthy shooters will knock it down at a high clip and have an impressive shot selection while doing so.
Davis is a lethal shooter who will make you pay if given an inch of space. Davis’s IQ puts him in a position to score in space with his great touch from range. His instinct for the game allows him to get deflection in the passing lanes on one end and shoot teams out of zones on the other.
CJ Purdie is a floor-spacing guard who keeps defenders on their toes with lights out shooting. Penetrates defenses with a smooth shot-fake and smooth handle. Purdie requires a lot of attention from defenses and proves to score it on all three levels of the floor.
Hamilton is a silky smooth scorer who can rack up points on all three levels of the floor. He is considered “stealthy” by the IQ he shows when selecting his shots. He could easily take over a game each possession but does well getting his teammates involved and attacking at the right moments. He causes a mismatch for opposing teams and has a bag of crafty offensive moves. The Wisconsin Elite guard is a tenacious finisher at the rim who attacks the basket with authority.
Branham is an offensive threat who plays with great toughness, Branham can fill it up in catch-and-shoot situations. His patience and poise as a ball-handler allow him to finish in the mid-range or at the rim.
Ed Vinson Jr.
An off-ball pest is a nightmare for teams who struggle to handle a press. His quick reflexes cause deflections and steals. He turns defense to offense with regularity.
A gritty wing that has a knack for finishing through contact. Tytus utilizes his length and speed to get anywhere he wants on the offensive end and shoots it with a great touch from all three levels of the floor.
Coleman is a lightning-quick guard who gets to the basket with ease. His quick first step leaves defenses in his tracks. Coleman does not back down when finishing amongst the bigs. He proves the phrase “heart over height” to be true.
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A lengthy guard who has a great nose for the ball. Richter shows great positioning on defense, and scores with finesse around the rim with regularity. He proves to be an impact on both ends.
A pace pushing athlete who can take it coast to coast when given the opportunity. His high motor gives his team second-chance points time and time again. Reddick impacts both ends of the floor with his sense of positioning and his hustle for 50/50 balls.