Four on the Floor Vol. 5: Four More H-Town Prospects
* By VYPE Hoops Insider Ray Meach*
Trey Miller - Concordia Lutheran
Trey is a 6' point guard that has both shot making and play making ability. Trey's contribution has played a big role in Concordia's success this season. As just a sophomore, he plays with a chip on his shoulder and with a lot of maturity. One of the most impressive things that we like about Miller is that he has the competitive edge that many feel is missing in today's basketball community. He wants to win every match up, every game!
Drew Calderon - College Park
Last season the 6'4 shooting guard found himself as more of a perimeter player and settling for jump shots versus the new and improved Calderon that is a threat off the ball as well. Drew has been a consistent piece for the Cavaliers leading them in statistical categories of scoring and rebounding. The Cavs are currently second in district and are on set for a playoff appearance, but the play of Drew will be a big factor of how far they go.
Hudson Boyd - Lake Creek
One of the most intriguing upperclassmen/underclassman duos is at Lake Creek. The sophomore guard shares a lot of the senior Pierce Spencer's qualities. Boyd does a good job of knowing and finding his spots on the floor. Averaging just under 15 points and 6 rebounds a game, his presence on the floor is to be respected at all times. His last three games he posted 21pts vs Willis, 17pts vs Porter and 22pts vs New Caney.
Jadyn Chaney - Westfield
Chaney is the lead guard for the Mustangs and has helped lead the way to an undefeated district run thus far. The pass first PG has a savviness about his game that if you aren't a basketball enthusiast, you'd probably miss it. Chaney impact the game in a major way with his passing ability. When in the open court he does a good job of passing ahead to get easy transition points and while in the half court he can penetrate in either direction as well as pass with both hands. It sounds simple but is underestimated by many.