Saturday, January 5, 2019

Tip Off Classic 6th Grade Best Of The Best & All Tournament Team

The 6th Grade Division of the Tip Off Classic had some fierce battles. Here’s a look at the Best Of The Best and All Tournament Team. 
Tip Off Classic 6th Grade Best Of The Best 

Best Performer: Hao Chen (Black Ops)- Chen dominance in the finals was too much for the opposition to overcome. He’s a problem on both ends of the floor. 

Best Prospect: Chidi Nwigwe (Crusaders)- Chidi does so much at a great size and is no where near his ceiling. He can literally play all five positions on the floor. 

Best Playmaker: Nate Wilder (Black Ops)- The Black Ops feel very comfortable when Wilder has the rock in his hands. He usually makes the right decision and plays to win. 

Best Scorer: Karon Wilkins (Elm City Elite)- This bucket getter knew how to put his squad on his back. He had one of he biggest impacts of the weekend. 

Best Versatility: Judah Hildago (We R 1)- Hildago can do just about anything on the floor. He exemplifies the word versatile. 

Best Defender: Elijah Small (Black Ops)- I like how he was able to move his feet and play the passing lanes. He also was a capable rebounder. 

Best Inside Presence: Shareef Jackson (Team Jacko)- His soft hands and improved footwork set the tone for the weekend. This is just the beginning for this kid. 

Best Floor General: Warren Keel (Team New England)- Keel operates the controls with this squad. They go as he goes. When he’s clicking they are on another level. 

Best Fresh Face: AJ Dybryant (Team New England)- This versatile wing guard played the game with great passion while helping his team reach the finals. 

Tip Off Classic All Tournament Team 
Hao Chen (Black Ops) 
Nate Wilder (Black Ops) 
Elijah Smalls (Black Ops) 
David Gaymon (Black Ops) 
Warren Keel (Team New England) 
AJ DyBryant (Team New England) 
Jared Butle (Team New England) 
Judah Hildago (We R 1) 
Kevair Kennedy (We R 1) 
Jacob Mechem (We R 1) 
Brandon Stores (Gauchos) 
Peyton Miller (Gauchos) 
Tai Turnage (Gauchos) 
Tryvon Lewis (Gauchos)