Thursday, November 12, 2009

Aztec's Future Legend League Recap

Sam Foreman Was Very Impressive Tonight

Basketball Spotlight took a trip to the City Of Brotherly Love for the Aztec’s Future Legend League. We got a chance see some new talent and some familiar faces with improved games. Here’s a breakdown of the players that impressed us tonight.

Top Performers At Aztec’s League

Sam Foreman Guard (Hood Enriched)- I saw Foreman’s name on a few ranking list so I was very curious to watch him rock. He explodes to the cup and throws laser no look passes to teammates. Sam also can take the scoring load himself by bullying his way pass defenders. I was truly impressed with this youngster.

Darnell Foreman Guard (Hood Enriched)- Darnell is a good finisher while being an all purpose guard. He can rebound, handle and score in transition. Foreman isn’t afraid to stick his head inside and do the dirty work to help his team out. He plays the game with great effort.

Levan Shawn Alston Guard (Hood Enriched)- I like some tools that Alston possess. He has good length and handles the pill with great confidence. I can see his scoring ability even though he was clicking on all cylinders. His stroke looks fine and he has an eye for the bucket.

Vince Jackson Guard (PYO)- Jackson’s team was outmanned but he did provide some offense. His outside shot is good but sometimes he settles for it a little too much. He has to get confidence in his ball handling and ability to attack.

Rashann London Guard (Team Answer)- What’s not to love about London’s game. This wing guard is very fluid and can flat out get buckets. He has the size and natural feel for his position and should be a player to watch for years to come.

Nazier Chew Guard (Team Nelson)- Chew showed why is regarded as one of the top playmakers. He split and danced around defenders while dishing to teammates or scoring himself. I love his aggression and willingness to create opportunities. I also must mention his improved outside shot.

Terell Sturdivant Forward (Team Nelson)- The lanky forward played with some spunk under the basket by hitting the glass and finishing off plays. His length caused problems on both ends of the floor. He must just keep this aggression going for the entire contest.

Kyle Coleman Guard (Team Nelson)- Coleman looked good especially coming off his injury. He showed little effects while driving in the lane and maneuvering for baskets. His strength is definitely one of his best attributes.