Saturday, April 11, 2015

AC Showcase 7th Grade Top Performers Part 2

Kieves Turner (RIP City)

The 7th Grade Division of the AC Showcase brought together some of the top teams in the country. It was truly a wealth of talent down there and here’s Part 2 of our Top Performers. 

AC Showcase 7th Grade Top Performers Part 2 

Kieves Turner Guard (RIP City)- “Deuce” can know change his name to trey, because he showed deep range at the AC Showcase. This youngster lit up eventual champion Team Durant in the semifinals for 27 points including 7 three pointers. He also operated off the bounce and finished well in transition. He has to be considered one of the top wing guards in America hands down. The only down side is that we usually only see him at the AC Showcase. Hopefully he will make his way down to the Spotlight Future Phenom Camp.

CJ Robinson Guard (Gauchos)- Their matchup against Team Durant was on the big stage and Robinson played like the best guard on the floor. His dime dropping was tremendous and his knifed through the defense at will. His arsenal is packed with power, skills, court vision and scoring ability. Some of the top coaches on the AU circuit were screaming his praises while they are watching him get down.
RJ Davis Guard (Gauchos)- Robinson’s backcourt partner also caught fire during the weekend. The pure shooter drilled KSK for 16 points and gave Team Durant a tough 15 markers. He’s been known to step and knock down a jumper in very hostile environments. His poise helps him excel against the top competition. 

Andrew King Forward (RIP City)- King has grown a few more but more impressive was his improved footwork and touch around the basket. He was able to gain good low post position, seal defenders and court in the paint. He’s a big target and possess the soft hands needed to catch and finish. He’s turning out to be an intriguing prospect.

Delonie Hunt Guard (DC Premier)- Hunt helped DCP reach the final four before running into a tough Rising Stars squad. The speedy guard came to play against the Indiana group by tickling the twine from the perimeter with 5 treys and finishing with 21 points. It seems like he performs well when he enters the Spotlight events. 

Zion Bethea Guard (KSK)- King Street reached the quarterfinals and Bethea showed good over the weekend. His big scoring game came in their loss to the Gauchos. The strong guard dropped a team high 15 points in the loss.