The second week of the high school season was heavy with tournament play all across the state. This week's picks are dominated by underclassmen and a senior who eclipsed the 1,000 career points mark in a 29 point performance.
2022 Coppell 6'6 G Ryan Agarwal
Ryan capped an excellent weekend at the Coppell High School Showcase winning MVP of the event with a 25 point performance in the championship game. The sharp shooting guard was consistent all weekend and continues to show he is one of the top 2022 prospects in a loaded class.
2022 Richardson 6'4 G Cason Wallace
Cason was phenomenal in a win against Bryce Griggs and Hightower on Thursday. The sophomore PG finished with 23 points and 11 rebounds giving him a double double in the win. Wallace is another member of the talented 2022 class that continues to make headlines in this state.
2022 NDAA 6'10 C Lee Dort
Lee finished with 45 points, 17 rebounds and 8 blocks in a win over Dallas Thunder in a dominant performance. The Top 10 rated prospect is off to a hot start with his high school this year.
2023 McKinney 6'4 G Ja'Kobe Walter
Ja'Kobe wasted no time making a splash in the DFW with his play this past week. The freshman guard helped lead his team to the Justin Northwest tournament championship while earning MVP. Walter had a few 20+ point games and looks to be off to one of the hottest starts of any 2023 prospect in the city. Walter will be in play for the #1 spot in the 2023 class for the next 4 years with performances like this.
2022 iSchool Entrepreneurial Academy 6'1 G Cruz Davis
Cruz Davis continued his hit play in two games last week. He scored 19 and 24 points in two games and earned his first offer from SMU in the process. The lefty guard looks to be turning a corner and ready to put his name in the mix for one of the top 2022 point guard's in the state of Texas.
2021 Waxahachie 6'4 G CJ Noland
CJ Noland continued his consistent production with a 24 point and 9 rebound performance in a win. One of the top 2021 prospects in the state is in for a huge year and so are the Waxahachie Indians.
2020 Bishop Lynch 6'4 G Jake Milkereit
Jake scored 29 points in a win and eclipsed the 1,000 career point mark for his career in the process. The William & Mary signee was locked in draining five three's in the game. His team came up short in the Coppell showcase but he was a member of the All-Tournament team.