WINDSOR, ON–As we search for Canada’s elite basketball talent around the country, each NPH showcase welcomes a break out player to the national radar. In the city of Windsor, this title belongs to Tyler Storie, a 2013 6’3 Guard out of Herman Secondary.
Storie possesses an assassin’s mentality, and wasted no time getting busy. In the first game of the showcase, we watched him throw down multiple dunks in traffic with no regard for defenders. He is an exciting player to watch as he can score the ball from anywhere on the floor, and more importantly, do it with consistency.
Following a strong AAU season with Team Boltt, he looks to carry over his momentum to the high school season, aiming for a major senior year.
Regarded by some as Windsor’s top 2013 talent, Storie is without a doubt flying under the radar, and it definitely looks like he is playing with a chip on his shoulder, going at players to prove a point.
Expect Storie to make a major splash into the NPH National Rankings in the near future. In the meantime, he still has work to do and a lot to prove as he approaches day three of the NPH Windsor showcase.
The combo guard also has the ability to create for his teammates, displaying the fact that he is a willing passer who can get his team involved, while also taking over in the clutch.
He has secured his spot in the ”Top Prospect Game” where we will more than likely match him up against the #10-ranked prospect in the nation, Mychal Mulder.
To add drama, Storie and Mulder attend rival high schools (Herman & Catholic Central) therefore you can expect an intense battle! Catholic central is currently NPH #5-ranked team in the nation, while Herman is certainly a program in the mix.
Yet as it stands, based off the first two days of the Windsor Showcase, it’s Storie Time.