Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Class of 2019 Players Ready To Make Mark At Super Skillcase

Judah McIntyre (Brooklyn, NY) 

As we previously stated the Class of 2019 is loaded with talent and most of the top players on the East Coast will be traveling to the Super Skillcase. Here’s a little of preview of some of the top ballers heading to Atlantic City High School this weekend. 

Judah McIntyre (Brooklyn, NY): That’s right the ultimate floor general has reclassified in the Class of 2019. That means we get an extra year of watching him survey the floor like a surgeon. This past summer he quarterbacked New Rens to a #10 finish in the country. Can’t wait to see him this weekend. 
Tyler Brelsford (Ellicott City, MD)- Tyler Brelsford is a name that ring bells around the country. He not only helped his AAU squad achieve high levels of success but he also made his mark on the camp circuit. He has proven to be one of the top point guards in the USA. Certified Winner!
Terrence Williams (Clinton, MD)- The versatile forward has shown tremendous progress in developing his perimeter game. He demonstrated these new traits at the 3rd Annual J.E.M. All Star Classic. Now he should be up for the challenge of going against the best on the East Coast. The Super Skillcase should also only enhance those developing skills.
Joshua Pierre Louis (Plainfield, NJ)- Joshua is now prepared to come out of the shadows of his older brother Nate. He showed flashes in the past but I think this event will allow him to go full throttle. We are looking for a big weekend out of this youngster.
Jahmir Young (Upper Marlboro, MD)- Young returned to the Spotlight this past season with PV Select and made the MDC All Tournament Team. The southpaw was used to the bright lights as he starred in our tournament in the 4th Grade. Now he should be ready to test his skills against the national competition.
Mekhi Long (Bryans Road, MD)- Long showed his worth during the AC Showcase. He made the All Tournament Team by getting out into transition and converting buckets. He has the type of game that should adapt well to the Super Skillcase. We will be watching.