Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Basketball Spotlight Tip Off Classic 7th Grade Top Performers Part 4

AJ Dynansta

The 7th Grade Division had a new teams and performers. We were excited to report on some fresh faces. Here is the final part of the top performers. 

Basketball Spotlight Tip Off Classic 7th Grade Top Performers Part 4

Anicet “AJ” Dynantsa Jr.- WF (Expression Elite)- Anicent is able to get to the rim and score when he wanted to. We like his motor and his ability to finish through contact. He has a great demeanor and never seems to be rushed by anyone.

Aaron Cote- PG (Expressions Elite)-Aaron is a tremendous lead guard that efficiently runs his team. He knows how to put his teammates in great positions to score the ball. He has a good jump shot that he knocks down of consistent bases.
Quwane Johnson Guard (Milbank)- Quwane has a very strong body that allows him to get anywhere on the floor. He utilizes his strong body to attack and finish through contact at the rim. He is a leader on the court that is constantly directing his teammates.
Jebron Harris- Forward (King Street Kings)-Jebron is considered the #1 player in the class of 2025. He has shown some growth by moving his game out more on the perimeter. He also showcasing his ball handling skills and knocking down the open three. We like his continued growth and the dominant effect he can have on the game.
Jordan Ghee- Guard (King Street Kings)- Jordan was probably the best shooter we saw all weekend. He can shoot from anywhere behind the three point line with consistency. His shots usually only touch the bottom of the net; he is not afraid to shoot from anywhere.
Jermel Thomas Guard (NY Gauchos)- Jermel is in the 2026 class and was playing up. He probably one of the best lead guards in the country at any age. He can affect the game without scoring a basket; His crisp and precise passes put his teammates in easy scoring positions. We like the fact that runs the show and is a true leader on the court.
Trey Lewis- Forward (NY Gauchos)-Trey is one of the toughest players we saw this weekend. He made plays all over the court for his team. Trey is a tremendous rebounder, scorer and defender. He seemed like he had an endless supply of energy that was a nightmare for anyone defended. We are expecting big things from Trey this season.
Hunter Heyek- Forward (SBA Elite)-Hunter is a raw big man that wears a size 17 shoes. He stands about 6’6 tall and is still growing. He has good footwork in the post and can finish around the basket with his strong body. We like his potential to become one of the better big men to come out of New Jersey.