Monday, July 9, 2018

Diary of A Baller: Lou Hutchinson (Upper Marlboro, MD) Entry #3.

Lou Hutchinson and Steph Curry

What’s up Basketball Spotlight World!!!! 

Welcome to my 3rd journal entry for Lou Hutchinson. 

My Basketball Background: Born 3/20/2004, 6’3” Point Guard/Shooting Guard for Team Durant. Attending the Maret School for high school and will be playing for Varsity Coach Chuck Driesell. 

Friday, July 6, 2018

F.A.M. OUTREACH 8TH GRADE ALL STAR GAME HIGHLIGHTS

Monday, July 2, 2018

Diary Of A Baller: Louis Hutchinson (Upper Marlboro, MD) Entry #2

Kobe Bryant and Lou Hutchinson 

What’s up Basketball Spotlight World!!!! 

Welcome to my 2nd journal entry for Lou Hutchinson. 

My Basketball Background: Born 3/20/2004, 6’3” Point Guard/Shooting Guard for Team Durant. Attending the Maret School for High school and will be playing for Varsity Coach Chuck Driesell. 

Sunday, July 1, 2018

F.A.M Outreach All Star Games Rising 8th Grade Top Performers

MVP's William Norman and Rashan Locke-Hicks

The F.A.M Outreach All Star Games took place in Lawnside, NJ and Basketball Spotlight was in the building for the action. The third contest was outstanding as the Red Team defeated the Black Team 111-108 in overtime. Here are the top performers from the event. 

F.A.M Outreach All Star Games Rising 7th Grade Top Performers

MVP's Jahaad Green and Deuce Ketner

The F.A.M Outreach All Star Games took place in Lawnside, NJ and Basketball Spotlight was in the building for the action. The second contest was the rising 7th Graders and the Black Team won 63-44 and here are the players that impressed us. 

Saturday, June 30, 2018

F.A.M Outreach All Star Games Rising 6th Grade Top Performers

MVP's Judah Hildago and Torrey Brooks 

The F.A.M Outreach All Star Games took place in Lawnside, NJ and Basketball Spotlight was in the building for the action. The first contest was the rising 6th Graders and the Red Team won 48-28 here are the players that impressed us. 


Trenton Youth Basketball League Top Performers

Joshua Moore

The Trenton Youth Basketball League kicked off today and Basketball Spotlight was on the blacktop. Here are some of the players that impressed us while we were there. 

Trenton Youth Basketball League Top Performers 

Joshua Moore Guard (PBA 187)- The point guard was a true floor general showing good court vision with this drive and kick game. When the game good crucial he nailed three treys to help his squad grab the victory. His poise in the final moments proved to be vital.

Jack Fromelt Guard (PBA 187)- The big guard came up huge for the winners. He was tall enough to score and pass over the defense. He also kept them honest by being able to knock down the trey ball. He has the skill set and confidence to be a good player down the road.
Jeffrey White Forward (Rukiya Blackwell)- This rising 7th Grader was a load to handle as he dominated early on. He got deep position and kissed several shots off the glass. He also knew how to use his body to get to the charity stripe. He also has good footwork for a player his size.
Yavae Yeager Guard (Rukiya Blackwell)- Yeager arrived after tip off and wen right to work. He showed some wiggle in his game and the knack to score. He proved to have a decent floater and body control near the cup. He already possesses the correct size for his position. I love this kid’s swagger on the floor.
Tushyne Johnson Guard (Rukiya Blackwell)- I remember Tushyne from last year and he’s grown a few more inches. You can see the potential oozing from his veins. The only thing that’s holding him back is his lack of strength right now. Once he keeps stronger and be able to finish through contact he could be curtains for opponents.

Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Moody Park Summer League Top Performers

Jeff Petrozzini

The Moody Park Summer League is underway and Basketball Spotlight was on hand for some of the middle school action. Here are some of the players that caught our eye this evening. 

Moody Park Summer League Top Performers 

Jeff Petrozzini Forward (Hopewell)- Petrozzini was too strong for TCA inside. He boxed out great when hitting the boards and powered up easily when receiving the rock on the blocks. He shot the rock at a high percentage while on his way to a game high 20 markers. He was a tough competitor all evening.

Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Emoni Bates Makes Case For #1