Monday, January 16, 2017
FIVE Spotlight Alums Headed To McDonalds All American Game!
The 2017 McDonalds All American Game featured 5 Basketball Spotlight Alumni. Trevon Duval, Wendell Carter, Quade Green, Mohammad Bamba and Lonnie Walker all earned their stripes in Basketball Spotlight events. Basketball Spotlight would like to congratulate all the above players for this honorable selection.
Spotlight Alumni In McDonalds All American Game
Trevon Duval: Duval played on our circuit with several teams including DC Assault, Team Rebels, Team Final and Team IZOD. He then went on to become one of the best high school players in America. His college status is still uncertain but he has a serious list.
Quade Green: Green started on our circuit Philly Select but later went to Nike power Team Final. He was one of the best combo guards on our circuit period. In high school Green transformed into a complete point guard and shot up the charts. He eventually picked the University Of Kentucky and should be ready o once he reaches Lexington in the fall.
Wendell Carter: Carter played in the Basketball Spotlight CB Spider Classic with Atlantic Celtics. He was pegged back then as one of the best big me in the country. He had a dominant high school career and will be headed to Duke University. We are proud of this kid on and off the court.
Mohammad Bamba: Bamba got busy on the Spotlight circuit with Milbank. He was an offensive project then but had potential written all over him. In high school he joined PSA Cardinals and exploded on the national scene. Now some project him as the #1 player in the country. He hasn’t picked his college yet but it’s down to Kentucky and Duke.
Lonnie Walker: Walker entered the Spotlight circuit with MCB Elite before making an appearance with Metro Flyers. The wing showed good promise back then but really took his game to the next level in high school. He played with the Team Final crew on the Nike EYBL circuit. He just signed to play at the University of Miami.
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