Sunday, July 11, 2010

14U Nationals Preview: Top Wing Forwards

Kaison Randolph Will Be Taking His Improved Game To Orlando!

The 14U AAU Nationals will be underway in a few days so we decided to breakdown some of the top players that will be making the trip to Orlando. Here’s a look at some of the wing forwards that will be at the Milk House.

Top Wing Forwards

Kaison Randolph (Team NJ ABC)-Randolph has made the transition to the wing this season and looks very comfortable. He handles the rock better and is improving his mid range shot. Kaison also does his usual damage on the baseline and in the paint.

Chance Ellis (Juice All Stars)- Ellis can flat out stroke it. He has improved his versatility and already has a high basketball IQ. Chance has no problem helping out on the glass and playing help defense. He will need to be dominant in Orlando for Juice to succeed.

Mike Silverthorn (Juice All Stars)- Mike also can shoot the outside shot. He gives his team a viable option on the offensive end. He has good size for his position and has the fundamentals to go a long way. He should be a force to reckon with in Florida.

Kevin Seymour (Team Scan)- Seymour is one of the best wing players in the region. He serves as a slasher and will help out on the boards. Defensively, he can defend either guard spot or a forward. TS will be counting on Kevin a lot as they make their national debut.

Kyle Coleman (Team Nelson)- Kyle could have made the list of scoring guards but we decided spread the love out a little. He’s physically strong for this level and specializes in getting the hole. I like his body control when initiating contact. He has a scorer’s mentality.

Rashann London (Youth Interlock)- London could also be regarded as a wing guard. He can shoot the lights out when he’s on but really shows his wealth in transition. His wiry frame is a true asset to his game.