Monday, August 18, 2014

Basketball Spotlight J.E.M. All Star Classic South Team Top Performers

J.E.M. All Star Classic Class Of 2016

In the highest scoring J.E.M. All Star Classic ever the North Team defeated the South team 127-101. This game featured some of the best players in the country and was a huge success. Here are our top performers from the South squad. 

J.E.M. All Star Classic Top Performers

Cameron Reddish Guard (Norristown, PA)- “The Prince” finished off his Spotlight career in impressive fashion. The lanky guard showed he could play either back court spot with dribble drives and tough jump shots. He gets anywhere he wants on the floor and has one of the smoothest games to come through our circuit. Mark my words, this kid is going to be a star one day.

Shemar Robinson Guard (Trenton, NJ)- Robinson started out a little anxious but settled down and went to work. The Capital City product showed explosiveness when attacking the hole and really impressed us with his court vision. He plays every possession like it’s his last and will turn out to be a good prospect very soon.

Marcus Littles Forward (Cheltenham, PA)- Littles was a monster inside for the South team. He’s very light on his feet for a player his size and displays a feathery touch near the cup. I like how his post moves are developing and the explosiveness his shows when finishing off plays. On the high school level he will become one of the best post players in the region for sure.

Louis King Forward (Mount Holly, NJ)- King had a chance to play against some of his AAU teammates and stood out. His handle has reached another level and now he looks like a top tier wing player. He can create space off the bounce and knock down the jumper off the dribble. Don’t be surprised if he becomes one of the top prospects in the country down the road.

Corey Greer Guard (Middle Township, NJ)- South Jersey is rarely known for their toughness but Greer is a different breed. He led the South squad in scoring by nailing a few mid-range jumpers and tough finishes in traffic. He had a serious showdown with lockdown defender Luther Muhammad in which he showed he could get buckets against anyone. I love his grit and overall feel for the game.

Isaiah Mucius Forward (Brooklyn, NY)- Mucius is another forward oozing with potential. He stand about 6’6 now but projects to be about 6’9 when it’s all said and done. His first step off the dribble is very quick and he can hit the step back jumper if needed. The physical attributes and his improving game gives him a great shot to be a Top 100 player on the high school level.

Brandon Slater Forward (Centreville, MD)- Slater is a transition demon and shows most of his game finishing off plays. I love his athleticism as he plays above the rim whenever he gets a chance. He also isn’t afraid to pull the trey ball from behind when left opened.