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Sunday Standouts At #TheWarmup: Chris Livingston Heats Up

04/14/2019, 12:30pm CDT
By MADE Hoops Staff

Chris Livingston of WACG

Chris Livingston, 2022 Wing, WACG: Livingston is one of the bright young players making a name for himself at The Warmup. Even in a loss, it was evident Livingston was a game changer on the floor. Whether it was attacking his man off the bounce or creating space for a triple, he made his presence known on the offensive end. He’s no slouch on the defensive side of the ball either with his wingspan posing a problem for opponents. 

Isaiah West, 2023 Wing Guard, NYBA Elite (TN): West is a valuable wing prospect that is hard to take off the floor at any point in the game because of how much he offers on both ends of the floor. His ball pressure and ability to pick-up opposing guards and wings full court really pesters the other team and completely disrupts the flow of their offense. Offensively, West does a great job at setting and playing through high ball screens and uses his strength to finish through contact against rim protectors. 

Cameron Williams, 2023 Guard, St. Louis Eagles (MO): Williams is an efficient scorer that is more than capable of filling it up from all three levels. He presents good size in the backcourt and is a great rebounder for his position. While his shot mechanics could use some work, it still seems to go in more often than not. He's not quite there yet, but he looks like he's on the brink of a breakout. Keep a close eye on him as we continue to move through the season. 

Jayden Nicholson, 2023 Wing ,Team Griffin (OK): Nicholson is a scrapper that pumps up his stats on the defensive end by using long frame and athleticism to gather steals and contest shots of smaller guards. He's got a sweet stroke from beyond the arc and has really taken role this weekend as one of the best "3&D" guys in his age group. Always good to see someone play with the kind of motor that Nicholson does, once he expands his offense a bit more his stock will really take off. 

Caden Henderson, 2024 G, The Truth: Henderson was in total control of the game once he stepped on the floor. Igniting the fastbreak and finding open teammates were some of his obvious strengths. The times that N.W.A. left him open, he made them pay. It felt like deja vu with how many times the youngster made plays. Kid can take the top off a zone too. 

Chris 'CJ' Keys, 2021 G, MEBO Elite: Keyes is one of the few lefty’s on display at The Warmup. Early on against Mokan 2021, he finished a couple of floaters around the rim. He attacks the basket with vigor, giving reason for him earning more playing time. Worth your time to watch him play. 

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