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San Antonio GASO, plenty class of 2019 prospects stand out on Day 1

San Antonio- Great American Shoot-Out is jam packed with talent and analysts Blue Zertuche and Lyndon Cook were moving around Saturday to proved coverage. Click each prospect's "Rivals' Player Card" for details on each player (High School, Height, ect.)

Will Chayer - Corpus Christi Bruins

A formidable inside presence that plays with a chip on his shoulder. The big lefty has good footwork around the block and fights hard for position. His jumper still looks to be developing, but the fundamentals are in place for Chayer to become a big who can stretch defenses. Chayer forms half of one of the most daunting frontcourt duos in the circuit when paired with Dalin Williams for the Corpus Christi Bruins.

--Lyndon Cook


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Caleb Golden - Urban ASAK Elite

Making his first appearance for ASAK was Golden who stepped in and filled the role of shooter. Only a freshman, Golden has size and strength to go along with his stroke behind the arc.

-- Blue Zertuche

Marcus Hill - Texas Impact

Hill continues to have quite the spring as he hit six threes in a win over RL9 17's and added another four against TX D1 Ambassadors- Houston. Hill went for 21 and 20 in his two games matchups Saturday and with those 10 three-pointers, Hill brings his total to 31 threes in his last seven Great American Shoot-Out games.

Offers: St. Edward's

Chris Mullins - YIIS Texas Future

Mullins, fresh off a state championship with Mansfield Timberview, is a really crafty scorer who shoots at a high clip from all three levels. He is at his best in transition and has improved drastically on the defensive end. He is unselfish and good at feeding the post and relocating to free himself up for an open look.

Offers: Sam Houston State, Incarnate Word

Interest: Stephen F. Austin

--Lyndon Cook

Jahmius Ramsey - Texas Hardwork 16U's

Ramsey is an explosive guard with a flashy streak and a nice looking stroke. He can attack the rim and finish through contact. He is shooting the ball with greater consistency than in the past, and forces lots of turnovers on the defensive end. Ramsey has a knack for the spectacular play, whether it's an over the top put back dunk or a chase down block. Play maker.

Offers: Kansas State, Texas A&M, Tulane

Interest:

--Lyndon Cook

Marco Pena - Texas Hardwork 17U

New Kid on the Block Pena showed off his shooter's touch by drilling six threes in a 92-65 victory over 3D Empire. Pena finds open spots on the floor and everything he lets fly looks like it's going in. A pure shooter who will find himself in the upcoming TexasHoops.com 2018 rankings.

-- Blue Zertuche


Josiyah Thorn - ATX Future 16U

An interior player, the sophomore creates room and uses his body to score around the rim. Away from the basket, Thorn has a nice touch from 8-12 feet away.

-- Blue Zertuche

Jayden Martinez - Texas D1 Ambassadors-Houston

Martinez is a lengthy scorer who does his work early getting in good positions to score. He has a soft touch around the bucket and knows how to get open for high percentage shots. Martinez looks to get into a baby hook over the left shoulder inside the block. He hits the glass hard on both ends and can step it out and expand his range past the 3-point line.

Interest: South Dakota, New Hampshire, UTSA

--Lyndon Cook

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