2017 Stinnett Basketball Services (SBS) Pro Workout Top 10 Players
Workouts held in Dallas April 1, Louisville April 22, Detroit May 6
This is based on evaluations by the SBS staff (Michael Stinnett and John Tinsley), and is based on which players had a really good day at the workout. We had 90 players total from the Dallas, Louisville and Detroit Workouts. However these guys played the best in our eyes, but several players were excellent pro prospects.
1. Demetrius McReynolds 6-2 Combo Guard (Eastern Illinois NCAA Division 1 2017) - McReynolds attended  SBS Louisville in his hometown. He has a pro body and can play the 1 or 2. He can flat stroke the 3, and also can get to the rim and score the ball with power or get fouled. He also is an excellent rebounder for a guard. He will be an excellent pro next season for somebody. I HIGHLY recommend this player. He averaged right at 15 points per game at EIU last season. *Great FT shooter!
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2. Jeril Taylor  6-4 195 2/3 can play 1 if needed University of Southern Indiana (NCAA Division 2 All American this season) -  He attended SBS Louisville in his hometown. Taylor is a versatile wing who can play multiple positions and guard several positions. However the one thing he can do is score the ball. He can score in a variety of ways on the floor. He has a special knack for putting the ball in the hole with the deep 3 point shot, pull up jumper, or smooth finishes in traffic around the basket. He is going to be an excellent pro player and I highly recommend.
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3. Erik Kinney  6-5 220 Small Forward 3/4 Campellsville University NAIA All American Honorable Mention -  Kinney attended SBS Louisville Workout. This kid is a big time athlete who has unlimited upside. He is an amazing rebounder who can guard any position on the floor. He also is a great driver from the perimeter who creates all kinds of mismatches. He also has an excellent pull up jumper and can knock down the 3. He is a guaranteed double double and if looking for import who can put fans in the seats he is your guy. Years ago I told people about Jeff Gibbs (Germany and Japan), this kid has that kind of athleticism and strength.
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4. Anton Waters Power Forward 6-7 245 Western Kentucky University (NCAA Division 1 2017) - Waters attended SBS Louisville Workout.  I really like this big man. He has a pro body and at the same time a nice touch around the basket, and out on the floor. He can be a dominate scorer and rebounder at the pro level in the right league. He also is athletic for his size and runs the floor well. He is going to be a solid pro.
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5. Faith Pope  3/4 6-8 UT Arlington (NCAA Div. 1 2017) - Pope attended the SBS Dallas Workout. He is a versatile forward who is very athletic (Major Upside). He can guard any position on the floor and does a great job defending ball screens. He gets up well on his jump shot and can make it from distance, as well as put the ball on the floor. I liked this guy from the get go. He has great character and plays hard. I think he can really help a team next season looking for a versatile player with size who can do a little bit of it all, and can also put people in the stands with his jumping ability.
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6. Jeremiah Davis 6-3 200 Combo Florida Southern (NCAA Div. 2 2017) - Davis attended the SBS Louisville Workout. He is a 2,3,1 position player who is very versatile. He has a good feel for the game and is very mature on the court for his age. He can shoot it, drive it, and run a team. He also has a pro body and can post up very well. He only had to do one session of the drill work at the workout but instead did all three workouts, this is the type of worker he is. He is going to be an excellent pro next season for somebody looking for a multi-purpose guard who can shoot it.
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7. Paul Stone 6-6 210 Small Forward (3/2/4) Union College (2017)*NAIA 2 National Champs and National Tournament MVP - Stone attended SBS Louisville Workout - Stone is a versatile wing who can score in a variety of ways (mid range, post up, 3pt). I really really like his ability to score the ball and size on the perimeter. I think he can be an impact player next season at the pro level. 
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8. Nate Taylor 6-6 200 Small Forward (3/4/2) Marygrove (NAIA 2017)  NAIA All American Honorable Mention - Taylor attended the SBS Detroit Workout - Nate Taylor is a big time athlete who can play multiple positions on the floor. He handles the ball well and can drive the ball very well. Taylor also can shoot the 3 very well from deep. He is a big time rebounder on both ends of the floor. A team that is looking for one import this is the guy because he can do a little bit of everything. He can also guard all positions with his quickness and strength. I think he has the potential to be an excellent pro player.
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9. JD Tisdale 6-5 3/2/1 Wing Rogers State University (2017) - Tisdale attended the SBS Dallas Workout. He is a very versatile wing who is very athletic and can guard several positions. He slashes well to the basket and finishes well at the rim. He also shot the ball extremely well in shooting drills. I think he is a solid pick up for a team needing a versatile wing player. 
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10. Angelo Griffis 6-5 Wing (2/3) Rochester College (2017) NAIA All American - Griffis attended SBS Detroit Workout. Angelo is a versatile wing who can shoot it and has great length. He was really impressive in the shooting portion of the workout in Detroit. He can play the 2,3, or 4 position. He has great length and can score in from all over the floor. I love his size, versatility, and feel for the game. He will be a good pro next year.
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