6'2 G c/o 2018
South Aiken High School
Tyler is an aggressive scoring guard with a knack of getting to the basket. He has a great motor that allows him to stay aggressive on both ends of the court. He is a great finisher at the rim, and even better with his midrange pull-up. He has the ability to hit the big shot when it counts, and does not shy away from taking it. He currently does not have any offers, but will be a player to watch in the near future.
5'3 G c/o 2017
Academy of Richmond ; Verbally commit to Troy University
Jasmine is an extremely quick guard with a great feel to the game. Scoring a tournament high 42 points, she is an exciting player to watch, excelling in all aspects of the game. She is a great defender as well, using her quickness to jump passing lanes and come up with steals. Look for her to continue her tear on the basketball circuit this summer.
5'9 G c/o 2018
Claxton High School
Brewton is one of the toughest competitors we saw this weekend. He excelled at using his aggressive play on the court to not only attack the basket efficiently, but also to lock-up on defense. With a consistent jumper, Brewton was able to lead his team to the championship game in the Varsity Division. He is currently in contact with a few schools, but expect to hear his name throughout the travel basketball circuit throughout the summer.
Anthony Bowen (left) and Ja'Heim Hudson:
5'5 PG, 6'0 C
Coastal Crew Rebels
Louis Frasier Middle School (7th grade)
These two young ballers were without a doubt the top PG/C duo in the entire middle school portion of the tournament. Their great chemistry they have playing with one another was able to lead their team to a victory in the championship game on Sunday. Hudson is a very skilled post player for his age, with the ability to score in the paint and hit the midrange shot. Bowen is a flashy PG with a gift for scoring, but also sees the floor very well. Both players averaged over 21 ppg in the semifinal and final games. If these two keep playing with each other, you can guarantee that they will have tremendous success for their high school team.
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