Alex Morton (NJ Shore Shots)
The 11U Bracket was serious all the way to the finals. Here’s Part 2 of how some of the top 5th Graders performed at the MDC.
MDC 11U Top Performers Part 2
Alex Morton Guard (NJ Shore Shots)- Morton showed tremendous confidence while shooting the ball from deep during the finals. He has a scoring mentality and demonstrates good range from behind the arc. His shooting kept things close for the Shore Shots.
Nazreon Reid Forward (NJ Shore Shots)- Reid is still in the developing stages but his length helps him rebound and alter shots in the paint. Once his offensive skills catch up with his potential size he might turn out to be a good prospect.
Trevor Covey Forward (NJ Shore Shots)- The strong forward is very light on his feet and possesses a feathery touch. His ability to create off the bounce makes him a constant matchup problem on this level.
Ryan Allender Guard (NJ Shore Shots)- Allender is a combo guard the scores from the wing and in transition. He has a good basketball IQ understands the importance of ball movement.
Alex Bajohr Guard (NJ Shore Shots)- The crafty point guard led his team to the Blue Division finals. He knows how to operate and run a team even when the pressure is own. He plays the game with a lot of swagger.
Jahir Holmes Forward (Philly Freedom)- Holmes does the dirty work inside that allows his guards to roam the perimeter. He hit the glass hard and scored on a couple of put backs. He’s an aggressive energy player.
Fatayar Wesley Guard (Philly Freedom)- Wesley teams with Holly to form one of the top backcourts around. He has an adequate handle and the ability to cut through the defense.
Elkana Hildago Guard (Team Final)- Hildalgo was very dominant in this age group. He has a lot of bounce to his game and can either score or drop a dime to one of his teammates.