Sunday, April 10, 2022

J.E.M. Middle School Classic Top Performers Part 2

The J.E.M. Middle School Classic brought together the top talent in the Trenton, NJ area. Here’s our second look at our top performers. 

J.E.M. Middle School Classic Top Performers Part 2 

Noah Johnson Guard (Village Charter)- The Village vs TCPA matchup was buzzing and Johnson brought his game. The strong guard got anywhere he wanted on the floor. He scored with tough drives, mean floaters and a couple of long-range bombs. His crafty play and toughness stood out in a big way. He scored a team high 26 points and took home All-Tournament honors.

Isaiah Gore Guard (Village Charter)- Gore also went down firing in their loss to TCPA. Gore went for 19 markers by using smooth drives and crafty finishes. He has a unique way of knifing his way through the defense and using body control to finish. He also took home the J.E.M. Memorial Scholarship Award.

Eli Jackson Forward (Ewing Eagles)- The fresh face wing was oozing with potential as he was the most athletic prospect in the building. Jackson carried Ewing in their semifinal’s loss to Trenton. He used his quickness and leaping ability to tally 18 points. He took home All Tournament Team Honors.

Jaden Green Guard (Christina Seixx)- Green was impressive in the Showcase game. The lefty pushed the rock with ease and dropped several dimes to teammates. He also scored the rock while finishing with 19 markers and taking home MVP honors

Chase Whitman Guard (St. Raphaels)- Whitman lit up the net in the Showcase Game. He nailed 4 treys while keeping the defense honest. His high spirited play helped him grab the Sportsmanship Award.