Terrence Williams (Team Takeover)
The 11U Division had some more players that shined in the Atlantic City Showcase. Here’s Part 2 of our report.
AC Showcase 11U Top Performers Part 2
Terrence Williams Forward (Team Takeover)- The nimble big fella used his touch and moves to score inside while also hitting the glass. He had a couple of big scoring games including 14 points vs. CBC and 14 points in their pool play classic versus ECE-NJABC. He knows how to score in traffic and make it look easy.
Mark Bradshaw Guard (Team Nelson)- Bradshaw might be the purest scorer on the 11U level. The southpaw dropped a game high 20 markers against the Gauchos and 16 against KSK in their other win. He thrives in transition but also can knock down the trey ball from very deep. He’s definitely a scoring machine.
Charles Noonan Forward (New Heights)- Noonan saved his best game for their semifinal win against Team Nelson. He scored 16 points in the victory while helping New Heights reach their first Spotlight championship game of the year.
Justin Lykes Guard (DC Assault)- Lykes has range out of this world, during their game against ECE-NJABC he was pulling treys from the hash mark. His deep treys enabled him to score 16 points in their semifinal loss and hit a few buckets in their game against Team Nelson.
Dontae Scott Forward (Team Nelson)- The strong forward clogged the lane well and rebounded the rock. He doesn’t wait to receive to rock from his teammates but instead earns his living hammering the glass. He’s truly a blue collar player.
Justice Ellison Guard (Team Takeover)- The show time guard woke up during their final pool play game against ECE-NJABC. The southpaw scored 12 points including 2 treys while also controlling the tempo. His team ended up losing this highly contested game.
Mikeal Jones Forward (Team Nelson)- Jones has the potential to be a big time prospect down the road. He’s long, wiry and definitely has a nose for the ball. He blocks or alters shots regularly and jumps quickly off his feet. Watch out for him in a few years.
Mekhi Long Guard (DC Assault)- Long can score quickly especially during the fast breaks. He collected 14 points during KSK and 12 against ECE-NJABC to close out is weekend. Hopefully we get a chance to watch him in action again.