Four on The Floor: Four More Top Prospect Breakdowns
By Ray Meach
Luke Mansfield –The Woodlands Christian Academy
Mansfield is the definition of a glue guy. He is a teams first guy and makes all of the plays of a winner. Averaging nearly double digit rebounds, Mansfield also moves great without the ball to make a gap or find open spots. Mansfield had 26 points including six 3-pointers, in a win vs Concordia Lutheran and 25 points including seven 3-pointers, vs Huntsville. His ability to step up while the Warriors have been without senior guard Bakari LaStrap is a big reason why the team is still finding success.
Justin Hill – Travis
Hill is one of Texas' top unsigned senior guards. Hill has started his senior season out with a bang while averaging 25+ and leading his team to an 11-1 start. The explosive guards high level play helped the Tigers win the Lamar Consolidated ISD tournaments defeating the states #3 ranked North Shore Mustangs. Hill is a strong guard with a quick first step and can finish in traffic and through contact.
Jordan Henderson – The Village School
The long, lanky forward is back and playing strong. Henderson played very well in the Houston Christian Mustang Classic. He has a soft touch from the elbow, rebounds well and will put a defender in the rim. Averaging 17pts, 9rebs and 3blks in the early part of the season is why The Village School is off to a 14-2 start. Last week, they went on to knock off the TAPPS 4A No.1 Woodlands Christian Academy.
Johnathan Massie – St Thomas
Massie has taken on the role of playing point guard and is thriving at the position. He's a natural scorer that has play making capabilities. He uses his size to get by small defenders and his long frame to extend and finish up top. Massie is shooting the ball well and learning to be a more vocal leader. With his ceiling getting higher and higher, he's developing into one of Houston's hottest '21 prospects.