Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Basketball Spotlight Clash For The Cup 7th Grade Best Of The Best & Top 15 Player Performance Rankings
The Basketball Spotlight Clash For The Cup 7th Grade Division gave us a chance to see some new talent. Here’s our Best Of The Best and Top 15 Player Performance Rankings.
Basketball Spotlight Clash For The Cup 7th Grade Best Of The Best
Best Performer: Cameron Byers (Terror Squad)
Ever since the departure of Terrence Williams, Byers has stepped up in a big way. He did damage on the blocks in the semifinals and championship game.
Best Prospect: Woody Newton (DC Premier)
Newton caught our eye as one of the most promising prospects in the building. His long, slender type frame and feel for the game really stood out.
Best Scorer: Nate Tabor (I 10 Celtics)
Tabor did whatever he wanted once he got the rock on this level. He scored so easy at times he seemed to get bored with the competition. Then he moved up to the 8th Grade division and scored more buckets.
Best Fresh Face: Antonio Bridy (Dream Chasers)
Bridy made an immediate impact with his play in his Spotlight debut. He could move up or ranking list in a guard thin Class of 2020.
Best Defender: Canin Reynolds (Team Takeover)
Reynolds plays lock down defense for 94 feet. Few point guards really want to bring the rock up against him.
Clash For The Cup Top 15 Player Performance Rankings
1. Cameron Byers (Terror Squad)
2. Nate Tabor (I 10 Celtics)
3. Antonio Bridy (Dream Chasers)
4. AJ Hoggard (Terror Squad)
5. Mike Sumner (DC Premier)
6. Javon Peace (6th Man Warriros)
7. Montez McNeil (Terror Squad)
8. Jarel Brown (Dream Chasers)
9. Tejon Ford (DC Premier)
10. Woody Newton (DC Premier)
11. Canin Reynolds (Team Takeover)
12. Delonnie Hunt (DC Premier)
13. Isaiah Todd (Terror Squad)
14. Anton Harrison (DC Premier)
15. Zion Bethea (KSK)