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Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by Matherly87, Jul 25, 2019.

  1. Matherly87

    Matherly87 VIP Member

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    Yeah I get this kid is 4 years out but he's already 6-8 and scoring double doubles in U16 summer showcase games in Florida. You never know. Does anyone have any other info on this kid?

    Sticking with the Team Breakdown/PHS contest, it was difficult not to go slack-jawed every time that 6’8 Matthew Bewley grabbed a rebound, slammed one home at the rim, or connected on a perimeter jumper. That is because he has yet to play a high school game! He finished with 13 points and 11 rebounds, hitting two of three from beyond the arc as well as one just inside the three point line. For a player so young yet so tall, Bewley has excellent coordination and run/jump athleticism. He’s very good now so it is scary to think what he could be like in four years. Oh yeah; he has a twin brother, Ryan, that is also quite the player.
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  2. your_perfect_enemy

    your_perfect_enemy GC Hall of Fame

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    No info but if he's that good, I imagine he'll never sniff college once they do away with one and done in a couple of year.
     
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  3. Matherly87

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    Apparently Matthew has a twin brother named Ryan and is equally capable.

    Ryan Bewley, Team Breakdown: The 6’8 rising freshman doesn’t play like it. Like all youngsters who have had the early advantage of physical superiority early on in their athletic lives, Ryan can certainly use some skill improvement. That should come in the normal course of the next four years. Though playing up several levels on the 17U circuit, Ryan competes well thanks to his advanced coordination and athleticism. He’s quick off the floor to rebound and changes ends swiftly in transition. Ryan make the most of his opportunities around the basket and doesn’t shy away from playing physically on either end. He and twin brother Matthew (mentioned in an earlier post) have stellar futures.
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    6’9” 8th Grader #RyanBewley had 13 pts 11 rbs and 6 balks in a Win vs @sfkhoops 17u at the #SummerShowdown
     
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  4. channingcrowderhungry

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    Was about to say the same. The 2022 draft is supposed to be the first after the end of one and done. So it's going to be loaded! All the best college freshmen plus the high school seniors.
     
  5. Matherly87

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