Sunday, September 4, 2016

Ryan Conway Makes Major Statement in Quest for Top National Player Position



When it comes to scoring guards Ryan Conway has all the tools. First and foremost he plays with a great deal of confidence; you can see in his eyes he is fearless and ready to compete. Solidly built he has a great court presence; he no doubt he passes the eye test. His scoring mentality is evident every time he touches the ball as he looks to attack his defender.

An excellent athlete who plays hard, he's a big-time shooter in every since of the word possessing a quick release and is equally effective off the catch and bounce and given his high level of shooting this is quite amazing – is ability now to create space for his jumper make his close to impossible to stop. 

Ryan can score from anywhere on the floor at any time and has the ability to go on a 10-0 run by himslef. In transition he sprints the wing and is a threat to get all the way to the rim and finish through contact if a defender is present or shoot his jumper that could vary from a mid-range pull up in the lane or a deep 3 ball. He can shoot off the catch after receiving a screen or get his own shot by breaking his defender down off the dribble. He is great at creating space with his multiple crossovers and hesitation moves to escape from a defender and can always rely on using his strength with power drives to the basket with the ability to go right and left and change direction if either option is taken away.

Conway has moved from one of the nation’s best shooters, one of the nation’s best scorers, as it stands now he is simply put one of the nation’s best players – evident by his MVP Performance in the Middle School All-American game where he produced the unreal stat-line of 29-point (MSAAG Record), 10-rebounds, and 4-assist.  He then followed that up taking down the Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom MVP in a tough age group and division. 

We are easily looking at a National Top 5 player period dot; he simply does too much to be considered anything less and all accolades are deserving as he has and continues to put the work in to further develop his game.

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