The National MS Elite Showdown is early in the day as we got games running until 10:30 tonight at the PSA2 in Plano, Texas. Lets take a look at some more stars of Saturday, these players had standout performances in the early afternoon games.
PARKER MCDANIEL (2027)
Tulsa Most Talented guard Parker McDaniel was unbelievable in their first pool play game. McDaniel scored from all over the court, three pointers, mid range, layups and free throws. His IQ and skill set is very advanced for this age. McDaniel scored 27 points in their 50-19 win over the Diamond State Hoyas.
DREW STEFFE (2023)
Steffe has always been one of the best shooters in the 2023 class nationally if not the best. Steffe showed today he can bring the ball length of the court, hit the pull up or find the open teammate. Steffe still had a sweet stroke from three hitting four threes in their 55-51 win over Texas Takeover.
TYRAN MASON (2024)
Mason of Drive Nation scored 16 points in their 56-48 win over MEB. Mason and Drive Nation are now 2-0 heading to Sunday. Mason can score but is also a great defender, long arms and quick feet.
TY COX (2023)
Cox is regarded as one of the top 20-50 prospects nationally for 2023. Cox has hit a major growth spurt since we seen him last. Always highly skilled but the added size has now made him stronger and he uses his body aggressive at the rim and finishing inside. Cox had 15 points and 18 rebounds in the Team F.O.E. 55-51 win over Texas Takeover.
GAVIN MONROE (2025)
The Texas Chaos guard is a sharp shooter. Monroe netted four triples en route to a 21 point performance in the Chaos 48-34 win. If the feet are set, it is money, great catch and shoot player.
LANDON BROWN (2024)
Brown got hot early knocking down a pair of triples in the first half. Second half Brown got to the rim and scored some off defense. Brown had 15 points in the 64-42 win over MBA Hoops from Mississippi.
CARTER MULLINS (2024)
Mullins and MBA may have loss to Team F.O.E. but Mullins made a nice name for himself. Strong and athletic he was able to use his dribble to score as well as dominate the offensive glass. Easily Mullins had a double - double in the loss, he scored 23 in a losing effort.
DYLAN STEFFE (2028)
Steffe, younger brother of 2023 standout Drew Steffe had a monster game in Team F.O.E. 2028 win over the North Texas Heat. Steffe scored 17 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, numerous of those resulting in 2nd chance points for Steffe. Good size and athleticism.
Parker McDaniel (2027) Tulsa Most Talented
Drew Steffe (2023) Team F.O.E.
Tyran Mason (2024) Drive Nation
Ty Cox (2023) Team F.O.E.
Gavin Monroe (2025) Texas Chaos
Landon Brown (2024) Team F.O.E.
Carter Mullins (2024) MBA Hoops
Dylan Steffe (2028) Team F.O.E.