Brentley Kalata proved a versatile offense threat for The Woodlands squad throughout their tremendous 2015 season. Whether finishing inside, dialing it in from distance, or creating his own shot from his quick change of direction; Kalata worked his way into the scoring column repeatedly for the Highlanders in 2015. He also plays quarterback in football and possesses the vision and skill set to successfully distribute the ball after beating the initial man. He possesses a great work ethic in the weight room and is dedicated to being an athlete.
Jon Robbins is honestly one of the most skilled players in the entire 2017 class. Brandishing absurd handles, a virtual hoover on GBs, and unmatched, on-ball tenacity, Robbins is the complete package. Robbins hails from Plano and is certainly a difference maker on any field he steps on. A lefty by nature, Robbins matches up on rightys with ease. His footwork puts him in position; thus, he is able to put the ball on the ground with relative consistency. Once the ball hits the ground, it is not down there for long as it’s normally up and out. He’s a player that jumps off the page, one whose continued development we look forward to watching!
Keaton Jones is one of the fastest 2018's in the state. Jones has the athleticism that affords him the opportunity to play great defense, win tough ground balls, and then spark his own transition by separating with his speed. Jones shoots the ball hard and accurately both from the righty alley and with time and room. He also possesses the vision and decision making ability to find the open man when he beats a defender with his first step. Jones had a tremendous freshman campaign on Westlake's D2 Varsity team. If he continues to round-out his offensive game, he will be a seriously dominant two-way middle for Westlake's D1 Varsity team in the near future.
Coston Pendleton gets buckets. As a freshman, Pendleton was dominant on varsity with 46g,13a or 6.5 ppg. Coston is a cerebral attack man that understands dodging angles very well. His explosive first step allows him to beat his man on impact whether he is getting topside to turn the corner or setting up a dodge to get underneath. Once he beats his man, Pendleton has the patience to make a goalie move or beat him with his deceptive shot from a variety of release points. The kid is a physical dodger that thrives under contact and pressure with the ball in his stick. He carries with his head up and routinely distributes the ball with guys all over him.