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Latest News - PRO Highlights March 19, 2014


Written by Blue Zertuche   
Best scorer 

Justin Whitfield 
Class of 2016, SG, 6-5, 170 
Travel team: Texas PRO
Interest from Rice, Stanford and Tulsa, among others. 
Whitfield is a long, lean, athletic shooting guard who displayed the ability to score in a variety of ways. He can get to the rim on the break and from the wing in the half court. He has a pretty good middle game and can knock down the 3 when set. Whitfield excels in transition as well and is a very good open-court passer. He has toughness and is capable of defending inside as well as on the perimeter. Whitfield will need to hone his ball-handling skills but he gets a lot done on both ends of the court. 
Best Upside

Isaiah Jasey 
Class of 2017, C, 6-9, 220 pounds 
Travel team: Texas PRO
Offers from Baylor and interest from Texas, Texas A&M and Illinois. 
Jasey is a young post who runs well and has very good hands. He is active and scores over his left shoulder in the post. He rebounds in his area and finishes above the rim on the break or from drop-off passes in the halfcourt set. Jasey has sky-is-the-limit potential and it will be fun to watch his progress over the next few years. Jasey could be special with continued hard work and development. 
Latest News - PRO Highlights March 19, 2014

Breaking the Ice...

Written by Blue Zertuche   


Allen is on par for a big spring

It was a quick turnaround heading to Houston to catch a glimpse of Jim Hicks' Spring Ice Breaker. There was just enough time to catch the Houston Hoops, Texas PRO and a few others before having to head back to Dallas. Here is our QUICK RECAP...

Texas PRO's power forward/post, Jarrett Allen is the No. 11 ranked prospect in the 2016 class, and he was impressive. The 6-foot-9 Allen is a shot-blocker and rebounder on the defensive side of the ball, and when it came to his offensive game, he wasn't shy to throw the ball down over defenders. This could have been an early indication for Allen to slide himself into the top 10 in the June rankings if he keeps up his play.

Texas PRO had handfuls of prospect on their 2015 and 2016 squad. The guard play of the 2015 group is anchored by wing CJ Simmons (Pearland Dawson) and Galen Robinson (Westbury Christian). Simmons was awesome in the open court scoring off the bounce with a nice mid-range stroke. He has really nice body control in mid-air to knockdown his looks. Robinson has put on some much needed strength and has a strong body a a point guard that loves taking the ball to the hole. Robinson wants to play physical on both ends of the court.

Versatile forward Justin Whitfield (Klein Forest) played with confidence as he found his stroke early from 15-feet away, and also took advantage of open looks from behind the three-point line. 

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