Top 2019 Players to Watch in July

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July marks a pivotal month for players across the country playing in various tournaments for their respective summer teams looking to improve against top competition with the hopes of catching the eye of college scouts.

There are three open evaluation periods for Division I coaches in July–the 6th-10th, 13th-17th, and 20th-24th.

Here’s a look at where the top 2019 players in Topeka will be playing in July:

ZACH HARVEY| 6-4 Guard | KC Run GMC 15U

Zach Harvey is an impressive prospect who already holds offers from Kansas, Kansas State, and Creighton. A number of other Division I schools have been showing interest including Northwestern, Arizona, North Carolina, Maryland, Stanford, Notre Dame, Nebraska, Iowa, Wichita State, and Navy.

Date Tournament Location
July 6-8 UA All-America Camp Charlotte NC
July 8-10 Jerry Mullen's High Profile Tournament Overland Park KS
July 13-16 Under Armour Association Finals Atlanta GA
July 20-23 Jayhawk Summer Finale Overland Park KS

LEVI BRAUN | 6-2 Shooting Guard | SSA Elite 16U

Levi Braun is a very intriguing player and one to keep a very close eye on. Braun will be playing up an age group during July after an impressive spring playing at the 15U level

Date Tournament Location
July 7-10 Great American Shootout Midwest Bel Aire KS
July 14-17 Great American Shootout Duncanville TX
July 21-24 The Hardwood Classic Lawrence KS

JORDAN WHITE | 6-0 Point Guard | KC Run GMC 15U

Jordan White showed flashes as a freshman at Washburn Rural and will be looking to help contribute on a talented KC Run GMC team

Date Tournament Location
July 8-10 Jerry Mullen's High Profile Tournament Overland Park KS
July 13-16 Under Armour Association Finals Atlanta GA
July 20-23 Jayhawk Summer Finale Overland Park KS

OTHERS TO WATCH

Trey Duffey, 6-4, PF, SSA Elite 16U/15U — Post player who is having a very good summer

Tyce Brown, 5-11, PG, SSA Elite 15U — Athletic point guard who is a tough competitor

Armahn Downing, 5-10, PG, SSA Elite 15U — Comes from a long lineage of productive guards


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