Jalen Brooks (Plainfield, NJ)
The Basketball Spotlight Baby Baller Super Showcase is slated for Saturday and Basketball Spotlight has recruited some of the top talent in the region. Here’s a look at the Class of 2018 top guards that will be in attendance.
Baby Baller Super Showcase (Class of 2018 Guards)
Jalen Brooks (Plainfield, NJ)- Brooks has several MVP trophies on his shelf and now he’s focused on showing his skills to the against the top competition. He doesn’t have a problem scoring the ball so we look for him to post big numbers. The southpaw is simply a scoring machine.
Markquis Nowell (Harlem, NY)- Nowell has showed his scoring prowess all season but most recently at the Summer Slam Final Four. The combo guard can fill it up from all three levels and does it in a hurry. Never count this kid out because he never quits.
Kenny Tyree (Landover, MD)- Tyree showed us his work at the Clash For The Cup and we know he will bring his game. He can stroke it from the cheap seats so it wouldn’t be hard for him to put up big numbers.
Rob Higgins (Middletown, NJ)- There’s not many that have the swagger or confidence as Higgins but his game backs it up. He doesn’t back down to the competition and enjoys putting on a show.
Judah McIntyre (Brooklyn, NY)- The pesky point guard quarterbacked his team to the 11U Division 2 National Championship Game. Now he has the opportunity to free lance a little on his own. I know he will bring his A game.
Antony Saccenti (Colora, MD)- The lefty can run the show for any team so we will be looking for those leadership skills this Saturday. It should be an up and down environment and he should fit right in.
Marque Maultsby (Raleigh, NC)- The big guard should be right at home in Burlington. He can handle the ball and score when he wants so this type of event is right up his alley.
Denelle Holly (Philadelphia, PA)- “Hollywood” Holly will have the City of Brotherly Love on his back and he should be okay. He knows how to dance around defenders so they need to lace them up tight.
Alexander Bajohr (Freehold, NJ)- Bajohr is one of the top showmen around. He definitely will excel in an all star camp typesetting and this is it. We look for him to score the rock but also show off his slick handle and throw some look away passes.
Kiyon Johnson (Wilmington, DE)- Johnson has the chance to be a special player. He combines size with skill and scoring ability. When he gets going he’s very difficult to contain.