Four on the Floor Vol. 3: Four More H-Town Prospects
By Ray Meach
BB Knight - Katy Tompkins
Knight is the future of KATY ISD basketball. Though only a sophomore, the 6'3 shooting guard has seen the target on his back grow brighter and brighter. Knight has a nice shot from behind the arch, knows how to use is wiry frame to finish in traffic and has star explosiveness to put defenders in the rim. Earning all tournament team in both the Texas Invitational and the VYPE-Aldine Holiday Hoops Classic shows the consistency of his high level play against quality competition.
Trey South - Klein Collins
Trey has taken the responsibility of playing point toward for the Klein Collins Tigers. After the Tigers suffered a mid season hiccup and lost three starters, the senior guard didn't complain about it but instead picked his team up and challenged them to compete. Trey is a 6'3 guard that can get downhill and put pressure on the defense because he has the scoring ability to finish strong, but he also has the IQ to make the right basketball plays.
Jackson Peakes - St. John's
Peakes has been a big part of why the St. John's Mavericks have been rolling so far in the 19-20 season. The 6'4 shooter can fill it up from deep but also has a deceptive first step that will blow right by you. A natural competitor that makes small winning plays like following his shots and battling for extra possessions. If Jackson continues this level of play, he could see his stock continuing to rise and eventually catching the eyes of college coaches.
Reyce Allen - Summer Creek
Summer Creek has what most do not have in Reyce Allen and that's a true inside presence. Reyce takes pride in throwing his body around and fighting for every ball. He recognizes and embrace his job and is good at it. Allen has a soft touch around the rim going left or right, but it's his wide physical frame that allows him to finish almost anything in traffic. Summer Creek has the ability to make a lot of shots but when the balls aren't falling they can rely on Reyce to hold things down until the 3-ball starts to fall again.