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2019 Fall Exposure Tour Standouts | Rochester

By Kaitlyn Fedor

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Connor Green '20 (Maine Endwell) 6’8 
Green is a stretch 4 who can really shoot it. He has the ability to shoot out of a pick and pop or as a trail man in transition. Green also displayed great footwork both on the perimeter and inside. He will be a dual threat at the next level. 
Na’Zea Fowlks '20  (University Prep) 6’2 
Fowlks is an athletic combo guard who gets to the rim with ease and scores at all 3 levels. With good size, Fowlks was able to take defenders off the bounce and rise into an 18 feet pull up. He also does a great job jump stoping in the lane to draw contact and distribute the basketball to others. 
Michael Gentile '20 (Bishop Kearney) 6’3
Gentile is a long, lanky scorer who impressed college coaches in attendance with his ability to help his team win in multiple ways. He has the ability to create plays for himself on the perimeter and also does a great job using his length defensively to guard smaller opponents and rebound outside of his area. 
David Hughes '21 (East High School) 6’6 
Hughes is a wing with great size and athletic ability. He was able to score above the rim throughout the day and is a great asset defensively with his length and ability to block and alter shots. With an improved handle Hughes will be a huge threat offensively this winter. 
Maurice Mckinney '21 (Leadership Academy) 5'10
Mckinney has a reputation in Western New York as a lethal shooter from the outside and showed that ability in both game sets. Mckinney also showed the ability to get others involved as he draws a lot of attention with the basketball in his hands.