Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Spotlight CB Spiders Baby Baller Report: Top Performers Class 2018

Khalil Robinson (SC Ravens)

The Spotlight CB Spiders Classic gave us a chance to check out some of the top baby ballers from the South. Now we will give you a look at some of the top players from the 11U Division.

Spotlight CB Spiders Classic Top Performers (Class 2018)

Khalil Robinson Guard (SC Ravens)- Robinson had a quiet championship game but his shooting during the semifinals propelled his squad into the finals. He catches and shoots the rock in good rhythm while knocking down most of his treys from the right side of the floor. His shooting definitely stretched the defense.

Effix Miller Forward (SC Ravens)- Miller is like the glue player for this team. He does all the little things to make them go. He helped out on the glass and even handled the ball against the pressure. He always seemed to be in the right place at the right time.

Grant Singleton Guard (SC Ravens)- This kid was a sparkplug off the bench. He had to be one of the quickest players in the age group. He didn’t give the defense time to set up before pushing the pill down their throat. He is very tenacious when the ball is in his hands.

Josh Caldwell Guard (TPA)- Caldwell is another nice point guard from this organization. What I like about Josh is that he understands his role and doesn’t try to force shots but instead looks to set up his teammates. He’s definitely a typical floor general.

Justice Hill Guard (TPA)- The stocky guard started things off with a deep trey. His strength allows him to bully his way into the lane and score the ball. Hill’s aggressive style also helps him draw a lot of contact.

Quincy Hill Forward (TPA)- Hill flourishes in the open floor as a finisher. He runs his lane very quickly and showed good hands when receiving passes from his teammates. He looks like he will definitely sprout up a few inches in the future.

Jaydon Brunson Guard (TPA)- Some kids can make difficult shots and Brunson seems to be one of those players. He led TPA’s comeback attempt by charging into the shot blockers and converting tough twisting baskets.

Jamil Hornesby Guard (Carolina Flight)- Jamil’s quickness and toughness stands out whenever he touches the floor. He isn’t afraid to drive down the teeth of the defense no matter the size of the shot blockers. Right now he’s a scoring point guard.

BJ Mack Forward (Carolina Flight)- The big fella is very nimble on his feet and can score close to the basket. On defense he cleans the glass and clogs the lane to help stop penetration. He posted some decent numbers this weekend.