On Saturday night Toledo St. Francis traveled to Rogers of the City League for an out of conference game with plenty of talent. Below are evaluations from both teams; St. Francis would defeat Rogers 72-62:
2019 PG Jakiel Wells (Toledo St. Francis) – Showed to be one of the most vocal leaders you’ll come across from the lead guard position. Active, communicates, and leads by example. Tough and scrappy, quick, and intelligent, Wells gave a complete performance on Saturday night. Can score it at the rim on out to the perimeter, crafty when necessary, gets the ball up the floor, and gets teammates involved. Quality asset on the defensive end, willing to sit down and defend.
2020 PG Ketaan Wyatt (Rogers) – In one of his first games back after transferring to play for his father, Wyatt looked to set the tone on the offensive end from the jump. Confident and aggressive to score the ball, got to the paint and earned his way to the foul line on multiple occasions. High level ball handler, can beat virtually any defensive pressure thrown at him. Shot it well from the outside. Hustles, plays hard, and can be a difference maker on the defensive end.
2019 F Jackie Harris (Toledo St. Francis) – Known as one of the better bigs in Northwest Ohio, Harris proved to be that after a slow start on Saturday night. Physically gifted with a football kind of build, good footwork, runs the floor well. Uses his size and strength to control the glass on both ends. Stays out of foul trouble. Has multiple moves in the paint to score it at a high level, soft touch, finishes through contact.
2018 G Tayler McNeal (Toledo St. Francis) – McNeal is a talented guard with a smooth game. Has plenty of big game experience, plays within himself, and knows when to get his offensively. Can score it at all three levels, and shoots it at a very high clip from the perimeter. Gets out in transition and can attack the rim. Has a good frame, can defend, plays hard, brings it every possession.
2020 G/F Da’Sean Nelson (Rogers) – Nelson is a special talent who is just starting to break out onto the scene in Toledo. Long, strong, and athletic, Nelson has the looks of a future D1 talent. Good looking shot, active in the paint, and big time bounce. Will block and alter numerous shots on the defensive end. Runs the floor and doesn’t give up on plays. Very high ceiling moving forward.