Friday, February 8, 2013

Clash For The Cup 6th Grade Top Performers: Part 3

Cole Anthony (New Rens)  

Here’s our final look at the Clash of The Cup 6th Grade Top Performers. 

Clash For The Cup 6th Grade Top Performers Part 3 

Cole Anthony Guard (New Rens)- Anthony was too much for the opposition in the Blue Division. He’s been a natural for a few years but now has added some size to his frame. In the finals Philly Pride tried to make a run but when Anthony reentered the game his play helped close the door on the boys from the Quaker State. 
Judah McIntyre Guard (New Rens)- The ultimate floor general once again put in a great performance. The way he sees the floor is beyond his years and he’s a top notch competitor. Right now he runs the squad for the 6th and 7th Grade levels. He’s going to be one to watch the next 3 seasons.
Hakeem Hart Jr. Guard (Philly Pride)- The coach’s son brought his game in the finals. He connected on 4 bombs (treys) on his way to dropping 20 points. He plays the game with tremendous heart and desire.
Shamar Florence Forward (MJ Mavericks)- The kid seems to get better each time he steps on the floor. His youth is evident with his lack of control of his body which also makes him a dangerous prospect down the road.

Jay Heath Guard (Team Takeover)- Heath carried most of the luggage for TT. He averaged 17 points a game including 19 markers outing against the Gauchos. He looked like a running back charging downhill when he pushing the pill in transition.
Justice Ellison Guard (Team Takeover)- This point with flair is always exciting the watch. His best game came against NY squad Gauchos. The southpaw finished with 16 points in their blowout victory. He's worth the price of admissions
Jahmir Young Guard (ETU Select)- Another southpaw guard that gets where he wants on the floor. His team lost in the quarterfinals to Team Nelson but he finished with a game high 16 points.
Tyrese Jenkins Forward (ET Select)- Jenkins got ETU off to a good start with a 18 point performance against MJ Mavs. His face up game continues to improve but his versatility is what makes him a problem on this level.