Groundwork (infrastructure) is the basic, underlying framework or features of a system or successful organization. Our writing content has to take on the identity of the presenter. Our job at Unit 1 Hoop Source News is to identify players who fly under the radar.
From the West Coast to the East Coast, there are many who cover grassroots and high school basketball. Our greatest competitor is ourselves in youth athletics writing content.
2024 6’2” Aaron Claytor of Hawaii is a young player that the basketball community on the West Coast should become familiar with. There is no rocket scientist to identify players who have the potential to play at the next level.
Aaron comes from a competitive family. His older brother Rio Claytor plays for North Carolina A&T football program. Aaron’s sister, Maya Claytor led her high school basketball team and the state of Hawaii. (Radford) in three-point field goal percentage her junior season. She will attend Alcorn State University, as an incoming freshman on a basketball scholarship.
Aaron has good ball skills, he’s quick and agile with a tight handle. This young man is still developing as a player. You can see the skillset; it’s there! Aaron’s mid-range shot has the ability to be extremely effective. He has good hand-eye coordination and can see the floor well for his age.
Aaron is an unselfish point guard, who loves to share the ball in transition. I find him more effective on the defensive side of the ball. He can wreak havoc and his long arms create problems for guards at his age. Aaron has not reached his full potential. He is still growing mentally and physically.
At the current moment, Aaron has received interest from North Carolina A&T University. AAU Program: (San Francisco Rebels) We will continue to track Aaron’s progress over the next four years.