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Saturday Afternoon #TheWarmup Standouts: Jaylin Williams Stands Tall

04/13/2019, 5:45pm CDT
By MADE Hoops Staff

Jaylin Williams, 2020 F/C, Woodz Elite (AR): Williams is a big time space eater in the paint, standing nearly 6'10" and weighing in around the 215-230lb range. His energy on the offensive glass is relentless when his motor is running at full speed and his back-to-the-basket part of his game continues to improve. The strengths in his game heavily outweigh the flaws and it's clear to see why he's garnering two high major offers (Arkansas & TCU), among others. 

Lavonte Sylvester, 2022 F, Next Page Force White (15U): Sylvester showcased his versatility on both ends of the floor as he was making his presence felt at all times. Offensively he showed good patience and footwork in the post and always geared his attention towards the offensive glass off of a missed shot. What was more impressive was his ability to guard the perimeter and his help side defense off of ball screens. Still a bit raw at this point, the physical traits and intangibles are definitely there for Sylvester to develop into a great prospect. 

Jabari West Jr., 2022 F, Woodz Elite (15U): West was highly impressive this afternoon in a contest versus MoKan Elite. His length and athleticism provided elite rim protection services for his Woodz Elite squad. He did a fantastic job at running rim-to-rim and finished strong through contact on multiple occasions. His low post game could use some tune-up's, but he's got plenty of time to get that worked out. Expect West to be one of the hottest names in the southwest region this summer.

Lonell Lane, 2021 G, MoKan Elite (16U): Lane is a springy, highly energetic scoring guard that is capable of getting hot and scoring in bunches. He used his speed in the open floor to leak out in transition and finished above the rim on multiple occasions. In MoKan's game against the Memphis Magic, Lane did a good job at getting out in the passing lanes and disrupting the flow of the opposing offense. His swiss army knife type of skill set should bode well for him moving forward. 

Dreglyn Mosley, 2022 WF, Nike CyFair-EAD (15U): Presenting quite a few matchup issues when he's on the floor, Mosley is a strong bodied wing prospect that showed consistent scoring abilities from about 16-feet and in. While his offense was impressive at times, his defense was spectacular as he had the foot speed to stay in-front of opposing guards and garners enough upper-body strength to hold his own down low with post prospects. CyFair-EAD 15U has a strong squad, and Mosley is one of those leading the way. 


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