High school star Kwe Parker hammers one-handed 360 dunk (Video)


Kwe Parker throws down a casual 360 windmill slam. Casual. One hand. No big deal.

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The high school basketball player from North Carolina is listed at just 6-foot-2. It may have been warmups but for a sophomore — for anybody — this is absurd. He makes it look too easy, snatching the ball off the bounce mid-spin, then getting all the way around for the slam.

The Trinity Christian School prospect has an ESPN scout grade of 87 and is 51st among ESPN 60. He’s the 10th best player at shooting guard in the 2016 class. He is a described as a highlight reel player, so he certainly lives up to the billing.

However, if Parker can grow a few inches in the next few years, he can move in to the elite tier of guards. And again, he’s only a sophomore, so he should keep growing, which means he will only get better at slashing through defenses as bringing down the rim.

Parker is on the rise.

Parker’s insane athleticism has been rewarded. He has received offers from Clemson and Virginia Tech. Perhaps this video will help him in getting a few more. It would be surprising if it didn’t. With a little luck, we could be hearing Paker’s name a lot at the NCAA level.

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