What We Learned – Breakdown Classic – December 8, 2014

Much like his play in Colorado, Henry Ellenson wasn't sparing anyone from his wrath in Minnesota.  *Courtesy of USA Basketball

Much like his play in Colorado, essay on my teaching profession Henry Ellenson wasn’t sparing anyone from his wrath in Minnesota.
*Courtesy of USA Basketball

MINNEAPOLIS – For the second straight December, the Breakdown Tip-Off Classic showcased itself as possibly the nation’s premier single-day event featuring both boys and girls games in the country. Held inside the Hopkins Lindbergh Center, it featured multiple scholarship prospects. Here is our take on three of the premier seniors from the event:

 By: @BrandonClayPSB

Henry Ellenson (Rice Lake, Wisc.), Rice Lake HS – 2015

Ellenson is currently ranked as the does my essay need a cover page No. 8 prospect nationally in the ELITE 100. Our staff has seen the 6-foot-10 power forward in multiple settings (Nike EYBL, USA Basketball) since October 2013. That said, this was our first viewing of him with his Rice Lake school team. While there might not be another high profile prospect playing alongside him, Ellenson wasn’t fazed by the responsibility of being the main weapon. The five-star prep finished with a stellar 48 point, 15 rebound and five block performance that captivated the crowd. Without question, the english essay writing spm Marquette signee is a frontrunner for a McDonald’s All-American Game invite next spring.

Read Ellenson’s FULL Prospect Evaluation by CLICKING HERE.

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Michael Jacobson (Waukee, Iowa), Waukee HS – 2015

This was our third viewing of Jacobson this calendar year. Like the previous two, he showed that he a capable scorer from beyond the arc. He is a smooth secondary forward scorer who does most of his damage from long range in the half court. A three-star plus prospect per, Jacobson has already signed with essay on my role model is father Nebraska and will take his unique combination of size and skill to Lincoln next season.

Cortez Seales (Eldridge, Iowa), North Scott HS – 2015

Like Jacobson, Seales came from Iowa with his AGame ready for a marquee matchup with DeLaSalle. He was matched against Minnesota signee Jarvis Johnson. A three-star plus prospect per, Seales was more than ready for the test. He finished with 30 points and 12 rebounds leading his North Scott team to a victory. In the process, the North Dakota signee showed the doing my homework versatility to defend multiple positions on the perimeter.

Highlights of Ellenson compliments of Courtside Films:

Brandon Clay Brandon Clay is the Executive Camp Director of the Elite Basketball Academy and the owner of Brandon Clay Scouting. Clay is also the owner of Peach State Basketball, Inc., and He serves Director of Scouting for the National Scouting Report. Clay has been involved in the community since 2001 as an evaluator, event operator and trainer. You can reach him at [email protected]