Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Basketball Spotlight Clash For The Cup 6th Grade Best Of The Best & Top 10 Player Performance Rankings
The Basketball Spotlight Clash For The Cup 6th Grade Division introduced us to some of the top ballers in the DMV area. Here’s our Best Of The Best and Top 10 Player Performance Rankings.
Basketball Spotlight Clash For The Cup 6th Grade Best Of The Best
Best Performer: Jaylen Hall (New World Unlimited)
Hall’s guard and scoring prowess powered New World to the championship. Once he got going he was difficult to slow down. He packs a mean scoring punch.
Best Prospect: Ariel Goddot (New World Unlimited)
Right now Goddot looked like the best prospect in the building. His wiry frame and developing skills gives the indication of what could be expected down the road. Hopefully he continues to sprout up in size.
Best Scorer: Savion Jackson (Annadale Bulldogs)
Jackson had to handle the scoring duties for this team. He’s very versatile while also being able to rebound inside. But when they need buckets his number will be called.
Best Defender: Julian Reese (Baltimore Finest)
Reese proved to be a shot blocking machine in the championship game. He spent most of the contest flying up from behind and blocking shots. He plays with big time energy.
Best New Face: Rayaan Lane (Baltimore Finest)
Every coach would wish to have a kid like lane suiting up. This kid gave his all on both ends of the floor and seemed to make winning plays. His all-around toughness rubs off on the team.
Best Floor General: Ray Freeman (New World Unlimited)
Freeman brings a calm to his squad when running the show. He takes good care of the rock when scoring or diming to teammates.
Clash For The Cup Top 10 Player Performance Rankings
1. Jaylen Hall (New World Unlimited)
2. Ariel Goddot (New World Unlimited)
3. Rayann Lane (Baltimore Finest)
4. Zion Harmon (Slam City Elite)
5. Ray Freeman (New World Unlimited)
6. Trevor Keels (Team Takeover)
7. Savion Jackson (6th Man Warriors)
8. Kino Lily (Team Takeover)
9. Julian Resse (Baltimore Finest)
10. Darius Johnson (Team Takeover)
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