Thursday, April 8, 2010

AC Showcase Recap: 11U Top Performers

Tyson Eitenne Pumped In 8 Treys In One Game!

The 11U Division at the AC Showcase had a wealth of talent. We got a chance to see some of the top ballers in the region. Here’s a breakdown of my some of the top players that we saw. Here are some of the top performers.

11U Top Performers

Tyson Etienne Guard (Team World Elite)- Tyson went to work as soon as he touched down in Atlantic City. In his game against Team NJ ABC he burned the net for 8 treys on his way to 33 points. His high arching shots are a joy to watch.


Chris Jones Guard (CT Elite)- Jones was one of the smoothest guards in the building. He danced through the pressure defense and scored when possible. He also runs the show for the CT Elite 12U squad. This kid has some special skills.

Jaecee Martin Guard (CBC)- Martin has the goods. He put up numbers last year at this event and came back to post similar results. His ball handling is through the roof and decision making is top notch. World get ready because he is coming.

Boubacar Kamissoko Guard (Playtime Panthers)- The kid with the unique name did is usual damage by finishing the tourney averring double digits. This smooth wing guard has a good rep that’s well earned.


Keonte Lucas Forward (CT Elite)- Young boy went for his in many of CT contest. He’s lanky and roams the baseline while also lashing to the cup. He tallied 18 points for CT Elite in their loss to Team Battle.

Ismail Charles Forward (CBC)- This big fella hit the glass hard and dominated on the post. He is still very young and raw but has a chance to be quite a player one day. Keep an eye on his play and growth.

Iyairi Parnell Guard (Team Nelson)- Parnell put up decent numbers for Team Nelson before going down with an injury. He posted double digits in scoring when he was able to take the floor.

Kyson Rawls Guard (Team Nelson)- Rawls also put in work before he got injured. He joins Parnell to form a good 1-2 punch for this Delaware based squad. Hopefully we will see him in action again at the MDC.

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