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Tim Cluess; Iona College

Your transition offense isn’t about x’s and o’s, it’s about instilling a mindset in your players. More important than anything structurally you will do in terms of your fast break, you need to get your guys believing and understand the easy scoring opportunities available to them at the other end if they run. Coach Cluess builds his transition offense with a series of 1-on-1 drills that simulate the fast break opportunities a particular position will get during a game (a transition 1-on-1 drill in which players are running the “1 lane”, “2 lane”, etc.) Coach Cluess feels too many coaches restrict their players with too many set plays; teach your guys how to play and then give them freedom to make plays.

Jim Ferry; Long Island University

 Have a variety of attacks that teams need to guard you. When you play LIU, you need to guard their transition, their secondary, their half court offense, their end of clock offense, and their second shot (offensive rebounding). A coach cannot control the ball going in, the only thing he can control is the quality of shots his team gets and the offensive board coverage when those shots go up. Coach Ferry showed off a bevy of man-to-man sets as well as some zone plays. Along with the sets, Coach Ferry touched on a couple of key zone concepts including his belief that “the best zone offense is 4 guys going to the glass.”

Mike Maker; Williams College

 Maker proved why he is known as one of the most innovative offensive minds in the game by showcasing his hybrid Princeton/Beilein Offense. Predicated on the foundations of spacing, skill and intelligence, Maker’s offense is a dizzying array of back cuts, dribble handoffs, and 2-man games. Before getting into any x’s and o’s, Maker spent a good deal of time on fundamental drills focusing on footwork, passing and finishing around the rim. It’s conceivable that Maker coaches passing more in the first 20 minutes of practice than some coaches will for the entire season (“the reason why we’re a great shooting team is because we’re a great passing team.”) After laying out his intricate for the coaches in attendance, Maker left them with an important caveat: don’t be married to the system, it’s about the players!

Bob Hurley, Sr; St. Anthony’s

 Shooting drills, ball-handling work, a footwork station. The Manhattanville players demonstrating did it all under Hurley’s tutelage! Hurley began his clinic by showing the Steve Nash Drill, an exhausting 20-minute shooting drill a player does on his own. From there it was onto ball handling where Hurley even got into the act himself to prove that the 26-time state champion can still do some 2 ball drills. Hurley believes there’s not enough 3-on-3 being played by today’s youth and offered a full court version that makes everyone a ball handler by forcing the player getting the defensive rebound to dribble it over half court. Hurley’s last tip was a good one regarding a player attacking to his weak hand. If a righty were to put the ball down to his left, it is important that his left hand brings the ball to his right rather than his right hand reaching across his body to pick it up.

Steve Pikiell Stony Brook University: Pikeill shared with the coaches his simple defensive mantra that allows him to measure the success of a defensive possession: “No middle, no layup, good defense.” Coach Pikeill feels that coaches at times get too complicated with their defensive system and believes that his simple mantra allows him to hold his players accountable without getting them thinking too much. Next, Pikeill challenged the coaches to look at their own favorite plays and see if they could come up with a way they could run it out of a different formation (to negate opponents’ scouting). Pikeill showed off he can run his favorite OB action out of a box set, a 1-4 flat set or a stack set. The 3 plays look different at the start, but are really the same action.
Thank you to Zak Boisvert for the hard work.

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John Pigatti; South Suburban College:

Multi purpose drills can be very helpful when you are strapped for gym time.  Utilize drills that work on several areas on the game.  For example: Use a rebounding drill that will incorporate defensive positioning, offensive action, and rebounding technique.  Also the importance of rebounding is found in these statistics:  64% of all games are won by the team that win the rebounding war. 70% of all shots are rebounded defensively.  Turnovers are also a key in teams winning games. The team that turns the ball over less wins 69% of the time. 74% of all turnovers are unforced (ie. traveling, bad pass, bad catch).  So incorporate drills that work on pivoting, passing and catch fundamentals.

Greg Lansing; Indiana State University

The ball screen has taken over our game of basketball today.  You need to teach how to have your players utilize the ball screen.  You need to teach the screener how to set the screen and what to do after he screens (ie. pop back, roll to basket, re-screen).  You need to also teach your team how to defend the ball screen.  This defensive can be taught a your philosophy or by scouting report.  Some ways to guard ball screens: Press Up and slide ball defender under the screen. Have the defender of the screen jump out hard on the ball handler and have the ball defender fight over the screen.  Have the ball screen defender slide out with the dribbler until the ball defender gets back to the dribbler.  Understanding the ball screen is key in today’s game.

Kevin O’Neill;  USC

Ball movement from side to side makes shooting percentages go up.  When the ball stays on one side of the floor, shooting percentages are lower that when ball is moved around.  When running plays make sure you as a coach knows the play, especially in a time out situation.  You should have all of your plays written up on a card so that when you are looking to call a play during a timeout, you have a resource.  Special teams play in basketball games can win and lose games.  AT USC they try to score 8-10 points on special teams plays.  Special teams plays are: After time out sets, sideline and baseline out of bounds plays, jump ball plays.  When running set plays make sure everyone knows there role.   Let the guys with the good shooting percentages shoot, and the other screen.

Bill Donlon; Wright State University

He talked about how important individual skill development is.  Dribbling is a lost art in the game.  To be a good player you have to be able to handle the ball.  Develop drills that incorporate the different dribbles involved in the game.  Have your players go hard when they are in their drills.  Teach them how to dribble behind their back, thru their legs, cross over dribble, sprint dribble up the floor etc.  Utilize the entire floor when doing the drills.  Push them to be better at ball handling.  He never gets made when a player loses the ball in a drill as long as he is going his hardest.  He talked about the importance of utilizing the inside footy as your pivot foot when catching the ball.  By using your inside foot as the pivot foot you are attacking the defense.  So you must have drills that have your players pushing off on either foot.  Teach them proper foot work when dribbling.

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Most Promising Prospect Award Recipients Zach Randolph and Kevin Durant battle tonight for control of the Grizzlies -Thunder series.

Both Randoph and Durant were multi-session campers who starred at Five-Star Hampden-Sydney College camp as rising juniors capturing the Most Promising Prospect Award.

Five-Star’s Hampden-Sydney session has been a launching pad for numerous NBA stars.  This summer Five-Star returns to Virginia June 10-13 and June 13-16.

 
Zach Randolph

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GREAT AMERICAN SHOOTOUT

Carrollton, TX

April 9-10, 2011

 

While most of the attention was focused on the EYBL Tournament at Boo Williams and the Nike Hoop Summit, the Great American Shootout proved to have a lot of quality teams and emerging talent. Scouts had an opportunity to find some new names especially from San Antonio that is somewhat overlooked in the Texas recruiting scene.

 

The GASO is a regional tournament that launches reputations for a number of younger high school players that spend the year on the junior varsity in some of the top programs in the state.

 

The Great American Shootout is one of the best run events of the year and there is always a lot of anticipation for the always competitive July GASO that takes place July 8-11. This “live period” tournament is not only  a must stop for Texas and Midwest travel teams but college coaches flood the Dallas area to get a first look a recruits they have been following all spring.

 

There was a mix of very talented teams with high-level players and well coached teams that played exceptionally well together and made three-point shots. Texas PRO, IBF, Urban DFW, Showtime Elite, Triumph Gold, Mustang’s Davis, Team Texas O’Dell and Texas Select all reached the quarterfinals.

 

The semi-finals featured Triumph Select Gold against Texas Select and Texas PRO faced Dallas Showtime Elite with Texas Select and Texas PRO advancing to the final.

 

Texas PRO captured the championship by beating Texas Select in the final. Texas PRO head Marland Lowe did I nice job managing his team including surviving a playoff scare from a gritty and tough Islander Basketball Foundation from San Antonio that led most of the game.

 

Special thanks to Tournament Directors Mike Kunstadt and Sam Lowe for their Southern hospitality. I enjoyed collaborating with Blue Zertuche and Damon Sayles. These guys have the turf covered in Texas. Make sure to check out TexasHoops.com.

 

After watching two days of games, I pulled out the best 96 players in the tournament. It was a pleasure to evaluate this group without bias. I have never seen any of these teams play, am unaware of their reputations, rankings, high school or club team resumes. Players were selected based on their play during the weekend and I was not able to see every team play. Sometimes a prospect plays well that game and another is playing very well on a court that I didn’t get to see.

 

Special mention to the top prospects: Simon Goines, Myles Elgin, Bola Alade, Simi Socks, EJ Reed, Jelon Hornbeak, Chicken Knowles, Danuel House, Joel Bolomboy, Prince Ibeh and Jordan Mason.

 

Top Performers

2011

Tyler Friedel

6’5″

Victoria East

Islander Basketball Foundation

Barrington Stevens

5’9″

Allen HS

Southwest Elite Blue

Charles Buggs

6’8″

Arlington Martin

Triumph Select Red

2012

Connor McWilliams

6’6″

Plano West HS

Champions Select

Schuyler Ferris

6’6″

Keller Central

Dallas Heroes

Simon Goines

6’7″

Keller Central

Dallas Heroes

Tray Fountain

6’0″

Garland HS

Dallas Mustangs-Davis

Ray Dorsey

6’3″

Lewisville HS

Dallas Showtyme Elite

Brandon Pye

6’0″

Mansfield Timberview HS

Dallas Showtyme Elite

Zach LeDay

6’7″

Skyline HS

D-Wll Metro Elite

Antoine Burrell

6’7″

The Colony

D-Wll Metro Elite

Jordan Pratt

6’5″

MacArthur-San Antonio

Islander Basketball Foundation

Scott Mammell

6’1″

Churchill-San Antonio

Islander Basketball Foundation

Joseph Munoz

6’3″

Cy-Creek

Houston Preps

Marquos Barnes

6’5″

Bronwood HS

Southwest Elite

Andrew Poulter

6’11”

New Braunfels Canyon HS

Team Texas O’Dell

Myles Elgin

6’3″

Houston Bellaire

Texas Cagers 17

Jelon Hornbeck

6’2″

Arlington Grace Prep

Texas PRO

Danrad Knowles

6’10”

HYCA

Texas PRO

Danuel House

6’6″

Fort Bend Hightower HS

Texas PRO

Michael Simpson

6’5″

Klein Collins HS

Texas PRO

Jeremy King

6’10”

Houston St. Thomas

Texas PRO

Jordan Mason

6’2″

Ennis HS

Texas Select

Joel Bolomboy

6’7″

Keller Central

Texas Select

Prince Ibeh

6’10”

Garland Naaman Forest HS

Top Achievers Pistons

Eric Reed

6’6″

Mesquite HS

Triumph Select Gold

Grant Jolly

6’8″

Southlake Carroll HS

Triumph Select Gold

Xavier Thomas

5’10”

Richardson Berkner HS

Triumph Select Gold

2013

Darin Minnifield

6’1″

Houston Bellaire

Texas Cagers 17

Chris Saiz

5’11”

Katy Cinco Ranch HS

Texas Cagers 17

2014

Ben Mammel

5’11”

Churchill-San Antonio

Islander Basketball Foundation

Davonte Baily

6’1″

Team Texas O’Dell

Bola Alade

6’3″

Plano East HS

Texas Select 2014

Myles Turner

6’6″

Euless Trinity HS

Texas Select 2014

Simi Socks

6’5″

Grand Prarie HS

Texas Selct 2014

2015

Tony Lewis

6’7″

Team Texas O’Dell

 

NEXT BEST

2011

Marquel McKinney

6’3″

Cy Springs

Houston Preps

Taylor Williams

6’4″

Cole-San Antonio

San Antonio Bearcats

Jamar Goodwin

6’5″

Ennis HS

Texas Select

Zach Moer

6’8″

Coram Deo Academy

Texas Select

Tony Rhodes

6’8″

Arling Seguin HS

Texas Select-Marlon

Nick Victor

6’4″

Lovejoy HS

Triumph Select White

Philip Miller

6’2″

Dallas Carter HS

Triumph Select White

2012

James Lonergan

6’4″

Lake Highlands HS

Champions Select

Bryant Rucker

6’1″

Frisco centennial

Dallas Heroes

Courtney Hooper

6’5″

Dallas Lincoln

Dallas Heroes

Malik Fields

6’7″

Fayetteville, AR

Dallas Heroes

Cortland Tolbert

6’5″

Allen HS

Dallas Mustangs-Davis

Raheem Wilson

6’0″

DeSoto HS

Dallas Mustangs-Davis

Matt Temple

6’7″

Wichita Falls Rider

Dallas Mustangs-Davis

Brandon Dean

6’6″

Greenhill HS

Dallas Showtyme Elite

Deondre Ray

6’7″

Corley HS

Dallas Showtyme Elite

Deon Rogers

6’8″

Ft Worth Dunbar

Dallas Showtyme Elite

Tyler Holloway

6’8″

Tomball Concrodia Lutheran

Houston Preps

Adam Drexler

6’5″

Houston St. Thomas

Houston Preps

Valentine Izundu

6’10”

Cy-Lakes

Houston Preps

Jason Gentry

6’0″

Hondo HS

Islander Basketball Foundation

Drew Erskine

5’10”

Victoria West HS

Islander Basketball Foundation

Trey Watts

6’9″

Ft. Worth Paschel

Panthers

Jalen Odom

6’6″

Fort Bend Marshall

Saints Elite

Christopher Stephens

6’5″

Roosevelt HS

San Antonio Bearcats

Dewayne Bowman

6’7″

Holmes-San Antonio

San Antonio GATA IV

Connor Geisel

5’9″

Rockwell Heath HS

Southwest Elite

Brandon Dugan

Richardson HS

Southwest Elite

CJ Rodriguez

6’2″

Killeen Harker Heights HS

Southwest Elite

Kyle Hittle

6’4″

New Braunfels

Team Texas O’Dell

Eric Robinson

6’7″

Brandeis-San Antonio

Team Texas O’Dell

Austin Lewis

6’8″

Spring Westfield HS

Texas PRO

Mike King

6’0″

Mesquite Horn

Texas Select

Warren Sledge

6’0″

Keller Central HS

Texas Select

Lebradford Willis

6’0″

Ennis HS

Texas Select

Jay Ricketts

6’5″

Plano John Paul

Top Achievers Pistons

Peri James

6’0″

Justin Northwest

Triumph Select Gold

David Allen

6’2″

Dallas Highland Park

Triumph Select Gold

Jett Raines

6’7″

Coppell HS

Triumph Select Gold

Stephen Cooks

6’4″

The Colony HS

Triumph Select Gold

Andrew Vaughn

6’6″

Dallas Highland Park

Triumph Select White

2013

James Roberts

6’6″

Fort Worth Country Day

Crowley Starz

Devante Robinson

6’6″

Dallas Showtyme 16’s

JD Wallace

6’5″

Madison HS

Dallas Showtyme 16’s

Sheldon Yearwood

6’2″

Kimball?

Dallas Showtyme 16’s

Tory Henry

6’4″

Dallas Showtyme 16’s

Devante Woods

6’5″

O’Conner-San Antonio

San Antonio GATA IV

Michael Williams

6’1″

Reagan-San Antonio

South Texas Irish

Shaquille Burden

Haltom HS

Southwest Elite Blue

Justin Graham

6’1″

Brandeis-San Antonio

Team Texas O’Dell

Dylan Jones

6’6″

The Village

Texas Cagers 17

Alex Semwinger

6’8″

Fort Bend Marshall

Texas Cagers 17

Chase Fletcher

6’6″

Dallas Highland Park

Triumph Select Gold

Brandon Parish

6’3″

Urban DFW 16’s

Tavarius Shine

6’3″

Macarthur-Irving

Triumph Select Black

Brandon Suzzd

Urban DFW 16’s

Andrew Wallace

Urban DFW 16’s

Steven Speith

6’5″

Dallas Jesuit

Triumph Select Black

2014

Deangelo Allen

6’6″

Kimball HS

Dallas Showtyme Elite

Omar Sherman

6’8″

Duncanville HS

Texas Select-Marlon

Micah Searborn

6’4″

Home School

Texas Select-Marlon

 

 

 

 

 

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After 5 days of camp that featured 6 sets of station work, 7 games, a situation tournament, a no dribble tournament, a free throw contest, and 5 station 13’s, it was the consensus of the locals that the first ever Five Star Camp in Australia was a huge success.  For over an hour after camp parents and players alike met with coaches from the staff not only to thank the coaches, but to continue to pick the minds of a great staff that helped to make a great week of learning for each and every participant. 

The final day saw a very tired and hard working group of players push through to get every little bit out their final day at the camp.  The morning began with the final set of stations with many players showing improvement in just 5 days of camp.  Stations were followed by tie breaker games in the NBA East as the Celtics beat the Bulls to advance to the Championship game against the Knicks.  After lunch both leagues played out their Championship games.  In the NBA West the Lakers at 5-2 faced off against the Suns at 6-1.  The game looked like a blowout as the Suns were up 17 with 5 minutes remaining when the Lakers went on a huge run.  With 25 seconds left the Lakers had a shot to cut the lead to 2 that rimmed out.  Playing huge for the Suns was Playoff MVP Ben Casey.  In the NBA East the game had a similar feel while the Celtics and Coach Jerry Reynolds had a good lead and the Knicks came back to make it a game.  The Celtics and Playoff MVP Simon Reed were to much as they walked away with the Championship. 

After the Championship games it was time for the first ever Australian Five Star Basketball Orange and White Classic All Star Game.  It was an exciting time as the teams were announced and the games proved to be just as exciting.  In the NBA West All-Star Game MVP Kieran Longmuir was to much as his team won a close hard fought game.  In the NBA East the game proved to be a little lopsided for 3 quarters as MVP Alistar Parker helped his team pull out a big win that turned into a close game in the final 4 minutes.

NBA West All Stars

Madison Stringer, Zac Taylor, Brendan Head, Kieran Longmuir, Zac Straker, Ben Casey, James Callus, Chris Latter, Brandon Clarke, Ryan McMahon, Kevin Nesvara, Josh Bull

 

NBA East Orange Team

Jamal Talo-Nunawading U18’s

Billy Dabonde-Dandenong U20’s

Ben Ayre-Sandringham U18’s

Nathan Griggs-Waverley U18’s

Tom Bottrell-Waverley U18’s

Luke Svensson-MorningtonU20’s

Jack Oeweija-McKinnon U20’s

Simon Reed-Dandenong U18’s

Nathaniel O’Hare-McKinnon Big V

Nodia Odigie-Dandenong U16’s

NBA East White Team

Igor Milos-Melbourne U20’s

Declan Soukup-Dandenong U18’s

Jamie Leclere-Cranbourne U20’s

Alistair Parker-Cranbourne U18’s

Latrell Talo-Dandenong U16’s

Josh Watt-Mornington U16’s

Daniel Tagi-Dandenong U16’s

Dylan Hogarty-Doyle-Knox U18’s

Bosko Kostur-Waverley U18’s

Nick Djordjevic-Melbourne Big V

Mitchell Kerr-Read-Dandenong U16’s

 

Camp was concluded by Leigh Klein distributing the following awards:

NBA East

6th Man Award-Nathan Signall-Dandenong U16’s

Most Improved-Timothy Molloy-Leigh-Warragle U16’s

Mr. Stations-Mitchell Kerr-Read-Dandenong U16’s

Mr. Station 13-Ben Ayre-Sandingham U18’s

Best Rebounder-Nathaniel O’Hara-McKinnon Big V

Best Playmaker-Josh Watt-Mornington U16’s

Best Defender-Nick Djordjevic-Melbourne Big V

Playoff MVP-Simon Reed-Dandenong U18’s

Most Promising Prospect-Bosko Kostur-Waverley U18’s

Orange and White All-Star Game MVP-Alistair Parker-Cranbourne U18’s

Team Champion-Celtics (Coach Jerry Reynolds)

 

NBA West

6th Man Award-Blake Taylor-Cranbourne U12’s

Most Improved-Jacob Evans-NarreWarren U14’s

Mr. Stations-James Callus Dandenong U12’s

Mr. Station 13-Brodie Turner-Cranbourne U16’s

Best Rebounder-Madison Stringer-Cranbourne U16’s

Best Playmaker-Zac Straker-Sandringham U14’s

Best Defender-Kalob Bayer-Hills Hornets U14’s

Playoff MVP-Ben Casey-Cranbourne U16’s

Most Promising Prospect-Jake Britbart-Oakleigh U14’s

Orange and White All-Star Game MVP-Kieran Longmuir-Corio Bay

Team Champion-Suns (Coach Tyson Harding)

 

 

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Cameron was All-Star Game MVP at Five-Star Camp at Robert Morris University in Pittsburgh, pictured here with Fordham Prep Head Coach Kevin Pigott.

He was selected by the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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What a summer, what a weekend. Another 5-Star summer has come and gone and concluded with a incredible Super Session here at the Brewster Sports Complex. Those who attended this weekends camp, came because they wanted to get better, wanted to work on thier weaknesses,and wanted to become a complete player.

Here are the All-Stars and Award Winners

ORANGE-WHITE CLASSIC

NBA-SUPER SESSION

ORANGE ALL-STARS

NO. NAME HT YR SCHOOL, CITY, STATE

13 DEANGELO HARRISON 6’3” SO DULLES HIGH SCHOOL, HOUSTON, TX
11 DANNY LAWHORN 6’0” SR ROBINSON HS, HARTFORD, CT
25 SHAQUILLE THOMAS 6’5” SR NIA HIGH SCHOOL, NEWARK NJ
23 MYLES DAVIS 6’3” SR NOTRE DAME PREP, FITCHBURG, MA 12 JABARIE HINDS 6’0” SR MOUNT VERNON HS, MOUNT VERNON, NY
33 TYLER HARRIS 6’8” SR ST BENEDICT’S PREP, DIX HILLS, NY
32 MIKE YOUNG 6’8” SO ST BENEDICT’S PREP, NEWARK, NJ
22 STEVEN GRIFFIN 6’0” SO FATHER JUDGE HS, PHILADELPHIA, PA
21 KEVIN PEREZ 6’0” SR RICE HS, NEW YORK, NY
10 SHAQUILLE STOKES 5’10” SR LINCOLN HS, BROOKLYN, NY
34 RODNEY BULLOCK 6’7” SO KECOUGHTON HS, HAMPTON, VA
10 ANDRE KING 6’0” PG SUFFIELD ACADEMY, SPRINGFIELD, MA

32 ALT: JOSH HUNSAKER 6’7” SR STAR VALLEY HS, AFTON WYOMING
21 ALT: REUBEN KING 6’4” SR LINCOLN HS, BROOKLYN, NY

COACH: PAT CLAREY, BROOKFIELD ACADEMY, BROOKFIELD, WI

Below: Orange All-Stars

WHITE ALL-STARS

NO. NAME HT YR SCHOOL, CITY, STATE

23 BJ YOUNG 6’4” SR MCLUER NORTH HIGH SCHOOL, ST LOUIS, MO
34 JARRELL MARSHALL 6’6” JR MOUNT VERNON HS, MOUNT VERNON, NY
13 JUSTIN BAILEY 6’2” SR ST MARY’S HS, MANHASSET, NY
21 JOHN DAVIS 6’4” SO STS NEUMANN & GORETTI, PHILADELPHIA, PA
13 NATE BRITT 6’1” SO GONZAGA HS, WASHINGTON D.C.
32 VAUGHN GRAY 6’5” SR ST BENEDICT’S PREP, NEWARK, NJ
12 ELI CARTER 6’1” PG BREWSTER ACADEMY, WOLFEBORO, NH
10 JOSH DOUTY 5’9” SO MOUNT VERNON HS, MOUNT VERNON, NY
25 ACHRAF YACOUBOU 6’5” SR LI LUTHERAN HS, GLEN HEAD, NY
11 JAMAL LEWIS 6’0” JR SIDWELL FRIENDS, WASHINGTON D.C.
22 BRENDAN KELLY 6’4” SR CHAMINADE HS, ST LOUIS, MO
33 CONROY BALTIMORE 6’6” SR ARCHBISHOP STEPINAC, WHITE PLAINS, NY

32 ALT: TOM WHALEN 6’6” SR FORDHAM PREP, BRONX, NY
25 ALT: RICHARD COUNCIL 6’6” SR RICE HS, NEW YORK NY
COACH: TIM PHILP, ARCHBISHOP STEPINAC HS, WHITE PLAINS, NY

Below: White All-Stars

Award Winners:

CO-MOP- BJ Young and Elijah Carter

Below left to right: BJ Young, Tom Konchalski, Eli Carter

Below: Most Promising Prospect: Rodney Bullock, Nate Britt, Mike Young

Below: Best Playmaker- Danny Lawhorn, Jabari Hinds

Below: Best Defender Achraf Yacoubou

Below: Best Rebounders- Mike Young, Tyler Harris, Shaq Thomas

Below: Most Improved Tom Whelan Fordham Prep, Bronx NY

Below: Mr Stations BJ Young, Achraf Yacoubou

Below: All-Star MVP Jabari Hinds ( 29pts,5rebs,3ast?) with 5-Stars Shay Berry

Below: Random layup lines and All-Star game pics…

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