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2019 Fall Exposure Tour Standouts | NYC & NOVA

By Kaitlyn Fedor

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#19: Solomon Eric - '21 Eleanor Roosevelt High School (Greenbelt, MD) 

If you walked into the gym on Sunday, you probably heard Solomon barking orders to his teammates. Eric commanded the paint in both of his games and served as a defensive anchor for his squad. He altered shots at the rim, had several impressive blocks, ran the court, and repeatedly finished inside. Only a junior, Solomon is expected to be a key contributor for the defending 4A state champs in Maryland. 
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#84: Jadon Walker - '21 New Covenant School (Lynchburg, VA)
Jadon is crafty guard that scored in bunches. He hit shots from all over the court and scored using a variety of floaters, mid-range pull ups, and threes off the bounce. Walker played with supreme confidence, has great feel on the court, and is a willing passer. After an impressive summer, Jadon is looking to have a very productive high school season. 
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#49: James Xavier Drague - '20 Lake Braddock High School (Burke, VA)

Jame was all over the court during his two games. He used his length and wingspan to deflect passes and was generally disruptive on the defensive end of the court. During one particularly impressive series of plays, James blocked a layup at the rim, ran the floor for a dunk and then stepped out for a trail three in transition. He made several plays above the rim and displayed great athleticism. Look for a big winter season out of James. 

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#69: Xavier Evans - '20 Wakefield High School (Arlington, VA)
Perhaps more than any other prospect in attendance, Evans imposed his will on opponents by attacking down hill on almost every touch. He used his size and strong frame to drive by defenders and flashed range out to the three point line. He made several plays above the rim and is an intriguing senior prospect in Virginia. 
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#143: James Prescott - '21 Woodrow Wilson (Portsmouth, VA) 

Prescott is a physical lead guard that controlled the game on both sides of the court. He played with great pace, defended at a high level and got into the paint to finish and find open teammates. Prescott set the tone with 94 feet ball pressure and plays with great intensity. James is one to follow in the Junior class in Virginia. 

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#199: Koby Brea ‘21 Monsignor Scanlan High School (Bronx, NY)
Brea asserted himself as one of the top prospects at NYC Friday. He showcased his versatility creating opportunities and scoring at 3 levels. Brea stroke the ball from 3 with range and was effective in the open floor off the dribble. He used his size to get in the lane and finished with authority. A young talent already turning heads. 
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#241: Khalil Brantley ‘21 Boys and Girls High School (Brooklyn, NY)
The quickest guard in the gym, Brantley utilized his speed to get a step on his opponents. With a shifty handle, he was effective in the paint and tight spaces allowing him to distribute and create offensive opportunities for himself and his team.
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#143: Travon Mack ‘20 Seward Park High School (New York City, NY)
Mack was on the attack this weekend. The South paw was constantly in the lane creating for himself and his teammates. 
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#111: Miles Carter ‘20 Hapeville Charter (Union City, GA) 
Carter took the trip up north to showcase his talents and it was worth it. Carter did a great job controlling the pace of the game and took a natural role as a leader. He used his athletic build to get to spots on the floor at will and played both sides of the ball defending at a high level.
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#209: Brian Burke ‘21 Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School (New York City, NY)
Burke was impressive this weekend, showing off both his guard skills and ability to play inside.  With his bullish style of play, he did a great job playing both ends of the floor and rebounding at a high level. Burke showcased his soft touch and jump shot.

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