Stat Story: What to make of Bishop Boswell's playmaking, Patton Pinkins splits and more

Statistics certainly don't tell the full story, but they’re a big piece of the puzzle in evaluating trajectory. Often times, it’s the most instructive tool in terms of projecting what’s not there yet, but will be in time. Moving forward, I'll break down to what make of a few promising statistical indicators on different prospects from around the country, along with a few potentially of concern. As with evaluation as a whole, the process is fluid. As the sample size grows, the worrisome indicators can be diminished. All analytics are from Synergy Sports.




 2025 G Patton Pinkins connected on 43% of his three's across EYBL and Nike Top 100 on high volume.


Pinkins received a significant boost in our post-summer rankings update, now ranking over 20 spots higher for us than anyone in the industry. His deadeye shooting ability at 6-5 has been the main catalyst. On a JL3 team loaded with prospects, he put up 50, 44, 92 shooting splits on high volume. In addition, he's had a positive assist to turnover ratio each step of the way. High feel shot-maker with size, we're exceedingly high on the junior guard than anyone else.


Cayden Boozer is 2025's most advanced playmaker at this stage, and it's not all too close




No one ranked inside the Top 15 in assists in the EYBL regular season had the ball stolen more than Bishop Boswell


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