Basketball Spotlight took a trip to the Delaware Explosion event to check out the top talent from the First State. Here’s a look at the Game 2 Standouts of the Event
Delaware Explosion Top Performers Game 2 (Big Show)
Isaiah Hynson Forward (Black Team)- Hynson made is MVP intentions apparent as he nailed his first 3 treys. The lefty displayed a pure stroke from the perimeter and the power to finish through contact in traffic. I like the confidence and body control when he needed to score a bucket. He finished the contest with a game high 25 markers including 5 treys.
Robert Wright Guard (Black Team)- Wright has displayed much game during his Spotlight tenure and seemed to turn it up a notch on his home turf. He had the rock on string as he dazzled the crowd and defender with an array of moves including a mean step back. He dropped 15 markers but when he wasn’t scoring, he was dropping nice dimes to cutting teammates.
Tommy Vaughn Jr. Guard (Black Team)- This was my first-time seeing Vaughn and his quickness is something to watch. The southpaw beat defenders down the floor and finished with flair. Most of his layups had some mustard attached. He finished 13 markers. This kid was a blur.
Kashmier Wise Guard (Gray Team)- Wise was the top player on the Gray squad. I heard whispers in the crowd about how nice he was therefore I was anxious to see his work. Wise was exceptional off the bounce and big enough to pull up mid dribble or from deep. His handle allowed him to separate from defenders. I like his handle and upside. He should make noise in Delaware.
Dominque Wyatt Guard (Gray Team)- The Battle of the Day was Wyatt versus Wright. Wyatt another Spotlight standout went head to head with Wright. Dominque has a quick handle including double crossovers and spin moves. His step back jumper is also mean. He finished with 10 markers.
Armani Roserio Forward (Gray Team)- Roserio had a wide frame and can score the rock after putting it on the floor. He also was able to get in on the rebounding and interior defense. He’s going to be a good versatile player on the high school level.