NY2LASPORTS.COM - 2012 NEXT LEVEL INVITATIONAL - DAY 2 RECAP - PART 2
Antonio Curro — NATIONAL RECRUITING DIRECTOR - NY2LASPORTS.COM
The annual Next Level Invitational hit the courts of Homestead High School once again on Thursday in Wisconsin as prospects looked to make their mark once again in front of the flurry of college coaches in attendance. 2014 F/C Darrylyn Willis of the Milwaukee Rebels was one such talent who impressed. We look at that and more as we continue our coverage of the 2012 Next Level Invitational with part 2 of our Day 2 recap…
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Ngor Bamaba – 2014 – F/C – Minnesota Fury
6-8 – Rochester H.S. – Rochester, MN
The young raw big opened some eyes with a solid performance on Thursday. He scored on the blocks, showed solid instincts, and was active on the defensive end with some blocks and alters.
Jerrelle Deberry – 2014 – SG – Playground Elite
6-5 – Destiny H.S. – Milwaukee, WI
The scoring wing continued to soar with another 32 point effort on Thursday night. Deberry gets buckets and that was evident once again as he drilled trey balls, slashed to the rim, knocked down runners and floaters, etc. He can fill it up and proved that once again yesterday.
Skylar Flatten – 2013 – SG – Dakota Schoolers
6-4 – Clark H.S. – Clark, SD
A long range marksman, Flatten was stellar at times on Thursday as he ripped the nets from long range and delivered an electric perimeter shooting performance on day 2.
Darrylyn Willis – 2014 – F/C – Milwaukee Rebels
6-8 – Madison Memorial H.S. – Madison, WI
A young raw big with upside, Willis was impressive yesterday as he dropped 24 points on a variety of post moves and put backs. Willis has nice size and a solid feel that he used to attack the glass and finish around the basket with a solid overall performance.
Michael Finke – 2014 – PF – Peoria Irish
6-8 – Champaign Centennial H.S. – Champaign, IL
A dominant force down low, Finke impressed the coaches and scouts in attendance as he delivered a strong interior performance filled with post moves, put backs, and interior dominance on both ends.
Devante Jackson – 2014 – F – Ray Allen Select
6-7 – Brown Deer H.S. – Milwaukee, WI
The long athletic rising talent impressed again on Thursday as he was aggressive on the glass, finished a number of put backs, and was able to really put the team on his back at times with some impressive floor play on both ends.
Matt Thomas – 2013 – G – Wisconsin Playmakers
6-4 – Onalaska H.S. – Onalaska, WI
The Iowa State bound sharpshooter continued his stellar play as he drilled perimeter shot after perimeter shot in another big time effort. One of the premiere shooters in the country, Thomas impressed once again on day 2.
2013 PG Darrion Strong delivered a solid effort for the Minnesota Magic Elite. Strong holds offers from Toledo, San Francisco, Belmont, and Loyola.
2013 big man Zach Hanson of the Dakota Schoolers has generated a lot of attention the first couple days. He holds offers from Nebraska, Creighton, Missouri, Gonzaga, New Mexico, Colorado State, Northern Iowa, and Drake.
Another 2013 forward opening eyes is Scotty Tyler of the TP Elite program. Tyler holds an offer from Penn State with Missouri one of the other schools showing interest in the senior to be.
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Note: Antonio Curro is the National Recruiting Editor for NY2LASPORTS.COM, GENERATIONNEXBASKETBALL.COM and 414HOOPS.COM. He is also a national consultant for ESPNU and the HOOPSCOOP.