Friday night saw a key West Suburban Gold contest between two top-25 teams as Proviso East traveled to Morton. These teams had previously faced each other at the Proviso West Holiday Tournament with Proviso East winning 74-70 in overtime, but on Friday, these two met with the top spot in the West Suburban Gold at stake.

Proviso East pulled out the 66-60 win thanks in-part to a great full-court press that stifled Morton in the fourth quarter.

Greg Carter -- 2014 -- G -- Morton
5'10" -- Cicero, IL

Small schools should keep an eye out for the scoring guard, Carter, who does much of the primary ball handling for Morton. He can get a little loose with the ball against pressure at times and is probably better at the college level as a secondary handler on press breaks, but Carter has a knack for scoring and isn't afraid to take the big shot.

Jevon Carter -- 2014 -- G -- Proviso East
6'2" -- Maywood, IL

The West Virginia commit couldn't get the jumper going in the second half on Friday, but his three-pointer at the end of the first quarter was a big key for the Pirates and his offensive play down the stretch improved just enough for Proviso East to pull away. Carter plays a sound overall floor game and is a tenacious and willing on-the-ball defender who has improved greatly in that area.

Kalin Fisher -- 2015 -- G -- Proviso East
6'1" -- Maywood, IL

Fisher is rising in Illinois thanks to a scoring punch on the offensive end. He can be a tad inconsistent finding his jumper at times, but Fisher plays in attack mode and does a nice job operating in space on the break when he has the ball in his hands. He’s prone to taking some bad shots sometimes and could improve as a passer for getting others involved, but sometimes you need a guy to score and Fisher went for a team-high 21 points in the win Friday night.

Detallion Jackson -- 2014 -- C -- Proviso East
6'10" -- Maywood, IL

The future JUCO big man has improved immensely since the grassroots season and he's defending his own area better every game, while rebounding a lot better and also improving his skill game. Jackson has a better feel for where to be on the floor now, and he's starting to look up the floor for outlet passes to his talented guards, something he wasn't doing very well a few months ago. Jackson is continually improving and it's nice to see his game expand as the season goes on.

Weisner Perez -- 2015 -- WF -- Morton
6'5" -- Cicero, IL

The more I see of Perez this season, the more that I like the developments in his game. With Perez's frame and inside-outside ability, he reminds me a bit of a poor man's Wayne Blackshear at the high school level. Wayne was a better shooter and perimeter player than Perez, but Weisner has improved that aspect of his game, and , -- like Wayne -- Perez gets a lot done on the interior as a rebounder and scorer around the basket at the high school level. Perez is becoming more confident stringing together moves on the offensive end, and is a deceptive athlete with above average lift.

Antonio Williams -- 2016 -- G -- Proviso East
5'10" -- Maywood, IL

I really like watching Williams play and think that he has some solid potential for a sophomore. As the Pirates' third banana at guard, Williams doesn't get the shots that he deserves sometimes with Jevon Carter and Kalin Fisher in front of him, but Williams picks and chooses his spots to attack and he can get in the paint almost anytime he wants. Williams has great footwork and understands how to operate in traffic and for a young player he's also a willing defender.