Thursday, February 18, 2016

Clash For The Cup 6th Grade Best Of The Best And All Tournament Team

The 6th Grade division of the Clash For The Cup was filled with explosive players and great games. Here’s a look the Best of The Best and All Tournament Team. 

Clash For The Cup 6th Grade Best Of The Best 

Best Performer: Andrew Rheubottom (Team Melo) 
Rheubottom is a nice looking prospect and gets it done on both ends of the floor. His size and versatility plays a big part in his game. He will be one to watch for years to come. 

Best Prospect: Antonio Sellers (NYC Gauchos) 
Sellers plays an all-around game and looks like he’s nowhere near done growing. His feel for the game and potential means he should a dangerous player down the road. 

Best Playmaker: Sammy Scott (Team Melo) 
There’s not many players that handle the rock and make plays like Scott. He’s a true showman and is worth the price of admission. He gives defenders fits when he has the rock. 

Best Floor General: Mason Piorkowski (Team Rio National) 
Mason plays the game with an old school flair. He paces himself well and knows how to keep his teammates involved. He’s a true leader. 

Best Fresh Face: Amaral Pierre-Jerome (Team Rio National) 
Remember this name because this kid could be something special down the road. His size alone causes problems and when he develops his offensive game he will be even tougher to deal with. 

Best Scorer: Zion Cruz (Team IZOD) 
Cruz gets buckets quickly and often. Physically he was just too much for the opposition. Once he got going he looked impossible to stop at times. 

Best Versaility: Jayden Lemond (60 Elite) 
Lemond showed he could play either guard spot while being able to score or run a team. He brings tremendous energy to floor each time he steps on it. 

Clash For The Cup 6th Grade All Tournament Team 
Andrew Rheubottom (Team Melo) 
Sammy Scott (Team Melo) 
Jamal Evans (Team Melo) 
Donovan Leak (Team Melo) 
Mason Piorkowski (Team Rio National) 
Amaral Pierre-Jerome (Team Rio National) 
Marcus Gaffney (Team Rio National) 
Brandon Klatsky (Team Rio National) 
Antonio Sellers (NYC Gauchos) 
Jayden Lemond (60 Elite) 
Dariq Whitehead (60 Elite) 
Matt Flipowski (60 Elite) 
Zion Cruz (Team IZOD)