Indiana Basketball Source watched Collin O'Connor's 2020 Grand Park Premier practice Wednesday night. Many of the prospects showed potential during the workout.
It was Indiana Basketball Source's first look at many of the prospects. Carson Burtron stood out early with his leadership and mature game. Burtron played a significant role for Lebanon as a freshman. He was best as a slasher in practice. Refining this outside shooting will be a major key for Burtron's game and potential.
Center Grove's Justin DeGraff became more intriguing as the workout developed. DeGraff is a solid 6-foot-4 with pretty good athleticism and the ability to do a little bit of everything on the offensive end. He has the potential to be a good college player, especially if he grows a few more inches like he could.
Danville's Dillon Ware displayed many flashes of his talent and potential. At 6-foot-5 and sporting a Kyle Guy man-bun, Ware play on the wing or score inside. If he plays with a high motor, Ware could make some noise over the next few years.
Here's a deeper dive into the Grand Park Premier-O'Connor players.