I was at that game as wasn’t impressed. For being the #53 best recruit (or whatever he is in the class of 24) he should’ve dominated. And I know the box score says he had 30 points, but he was not dominating that game. He was not blowing by people. When I think top 50 prospect who is a pg, I think great speed, he didn’t really have that. He also took a many plays off and played poor defense.
I will say, he probably is at his worst on the Bloomington Jefferson team. They play him on the block for long stretches of the game. At the next level he will literally never post up, and I assume in AAU hall he also never posts up. That team is lacking many things and he is asked to play out of position. He’s essentially a PG at the next level, but he’s their biggest / strongest guy so they have him post up (doesn’t serve his long-term interest well).
One concern I’d have is that he is a man-child. Extremely built and strong. This serves him extremely well at the hs level, but he won’t be able to utilize this at the next level.
In order to evaluate him you have to see him in a top flight AAU competition where he is playing point, not when he is playing for Jefferson.