Endless Motor was on hand for the Adidas Uprising Championship and Fab 48. With tons of star power in the buildings, there were a few prospects that stood out among the crowd.

Landers Nolley (2018/6’7/Team Loaded NC)

Day 2 Wrap-Up:

Averaging 27 ppg 4 rpg 4.5 apg on a sensational 55 % from the field and 59 % from distance through 2 games, Nolley knocked down multiple catch and shoot 3s mixed in with straight line finishes at the rim while displaying flashes of vision with the occasional dump off or dish.

Anfernee Simons (2018/6’3/Team Breakdown)

Day 2 Wrap-Up:

Simons’ game revolve around his pull-up which goes past the 3 pt line and versus Expressions Elite, he had it working. Simons used hesitations and change of speeds to get defenders off balance before knocking what was several jumpers from all areas of the court.

Zion Williamson (2018/6’7/SC Supreme)

Day 2 Wrap-Up:

Another day, another insanely efficient game for Williamson. With the addition of elite guard Devin Dotson, SC Supreme and Williamson routed a Immanuel Quickley-led Team BBC behind Zion’s 29 points and 9 rebounds. He dominated around the basket on both sides of the floor as he continued to return to form after missing time with injury.

E.J. Montgomery (2018/6’10/Atlanta Celtics)

Day 2 Wrap-Up:

E.J. Montgomery’s embrace of the interior has lead to stellar play. Averaging 19.5 ppg on 67 percent shooting 11.5 rpg and 4 spg, Montgomery was a vacuum on the boards with multiple put backs. While still flashing the ball skills and grab n go ability that intrigues many with his potential as an inside-out threat, E.J. also displayed patience and good footwork in the post.

J’Raan Brooks (2018/6’7/Dream Vision)

Day 2 Wrap-Up:

Producing 11.5 ppg and 7.5 rpg through 2 games, Brooks lived in transition with multiple coast to coast finishes mixed in with buckets from the post. Brooks also made his presence felt on the boards and did a good job rebounding his area.