Thursday, February 16, 2017
Clash For The Cup 7th Grade Best Of The Best & Top 15 Player Performance Rankings
Basketball Spotlight Clash For The Cup 7th Grade had a variety of players perform at the highest level. Here’s our Best Of The Best and Top 15 Player Performance Rankings.
Clash For The Cup 7th Grade Best Of The Best
Best Performer: Antonio Sellers (NY Gauchos)
The highly ranked forward showed he was worth the ink as he had a dominating weekend. He takes control of the game in so many different ways. Most of all he led them to the championship and took home the banner.
Best Prospect: Jalen Duren (Team Final)
The lanky forward showed once again that he has a chance to be a special player. As his play making skills continue to develop he will be something real scary.
Best Scorer: CJ Riley (Riverside Hawks)
If you want a bucket I think you need to call on this kid. His quickness and athleticism allows him to finish over or around most shot blockers. His knack to score is was evident as he averaged more than 20 markers per game.
Best Shooter: Ben Roy (NJ Shore Shots)
Roy range was on full display at the Clash. He isn’t afraid to pull up in the heat of a big game. He has the confidence and swagger to pull the trigger against anyone.
Best Fresh Face: Willie Rivera (New World)
Rivera put in that work in his Spotlight debut. He can score the rock and set things up for teammates. He also has the physical attributes to be a nice prospect the next few years.
Best Playmaker: Issac Santiago (PSA Cardinals)
Whether he was scoring or running the show, Santiago once again led his squad to a deep run. His smoothness is something to see and his feel for the game is a good look. He’s putting together a great season.
Best Floor General: Devin Dinkins (Team Takeover)
The heady point guard takes good care of the rock and usually makes the right decision. I love his court vision and ability to score in the flow of the game.
Clash For The Cup 7th Grade Top 15 Player Performance Rankings
1. Antonio Sellers (NY Gauchos)
2. Willie Rivera (New World)
3. CJ Riley (Riverside Hawks)
4. Issac Santiago (PSA Cardinals)
5. Joe Medlin (NY Gauchos)
6. Christian Watson (Team Takeover)
7. Jalen Duren (Team Final)
8. Maleek McNeil (PSA Cardinals)
9. Kam Rodriquez (NY Gauchos)
10. Ben Roy (NJ Shore Shots)
11. Rodney Rice (New World)
12. Tyler Hawkins (PSA Cardinals)
13. Devin Dinkins (Team Takeover)
14. Francisco Mattei (NY Gauchos)
15. Henry Adissa (New World)