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Congratulations to all the AWARD winners from Five Star Basketball Camp at Ramapo College in New Jersey

 

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Five-Star Orange/White Game All Star Roster

Camp Location Ramapo College      Date July 27-30    League NBA

 

Orange Team

 

Name   

Grd

Hgt

Pos

School

City, State

1.  Chris Cosgrove

11

5-10

G

Saddle River HS

Oradell, NJ

2.  Keith Braxton

10

6-2

G

Princeton HS

Canbury, NJ

3.  Tromain Dickens

12

6-3

F

Burlington TNP HS

Burlington, NJ

4.  Devon Owens

9

5-9

G

HS for Engineering and Science

Philadelphia, PA

5.  James Kelly

10

5-9

G

Monmouth Regional

Monmouth, NJ

1.  Elijah Brown

11

6-2

G

Elmont MEM

Long Island, NY

2.  Curtis Tavares

12

5-7

G

Kapolei HS

Kadolei, HI

3.  Michael Dickens

12

5-8

G

Burlington TNP HS

Burlington, NJ

4.  Christopher Dillard

12

6-2

F

Kapolei HS

Kadolei, HI

5.  Greg King

11

6-3

F

Saddle River Day

Saddle River, NJ

Alt. Tabansi Collins

10

5-11

G

Wayne Valley HS

Wayne, NJ

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coach Tony Jackson               School Peekskill High School, New York, NY

White Team

 

Name   

Grd

Hgt

Pos

School

City, State

1.  Thai Scott

11

5-9

G

Ramsey HS

Ramsey. NJ

2.  Ian Schupp

11

5-9

G

Goshen HS

Goshen, NY

3.  Danney Tam

9

5-4

G

Archbishop Molloy

Queens, NY

4.  Thomas Kelly

11

5-9

G

Monmouth Regional

Monmouth, NJ

5.  Josh Oliver

12

5-10

G

Peekskill HS

Peekskill, NY

1.  Brad Nielson

11

5-11

G

Minisink Valley HS

Minisink, NY

2.  Markel Gray

12

6-1

G

Washingtonville HS

Washingtonville, NY

3.  Jonathan Jeffreys

10

6-3

F

Fair Lawn HS

Fair Lawn, NJ

4.  Michael Gibney

12

6-2

F

Woodridge HS

Woodridge, NJ

5.  Zachary Reeves

12

6-3

F

Kapolei HS

Kadolei, HI

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Coach Dave Walsh                 School North Arlington HS, North Arlington, NJ

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Five-Star Orange/White Game All Star Roster

Camp Location Ramapo College      Date July 27-30    League NCAA 

Orange Team

 

Name    Grd Hgt Pos

School

City, State

1.  Cameron Jordan

8

6-0

F

Candlewood

Long Island, NY

2.  Steven Lai

8

5-9

G

Midland Park

Midland Park, NJ

3.  Maxx Imsho

8

5-4

G

Thompson

Middletown, NJ

4.  Neville Lee

8

5-8

G

Pearls

Yonkers, NY

5.  Sam Nadler

8

5-8

G

Moorestown

Moorestown, NJ

1.  David Farney

8

5-11

F

Thorn

Middletown, NJ

2.  Tommy Oates

8

5-0

G

Foresdale

Rumsho, NJ

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Coach Jason Mittelman                    School Glen Rock High School, Glen Rock, NJ

White Team

 

Name    Grd Hgt Pos

School

City, State

1.  Thornton Scott

8

5-11

G

LI Lutheran

Long Island, NY

2.  Brendan Allen

8

5-4

G

LI Lutheran

Long Island, NY

3.  Christopher Cheng

8

5-9

G

Randolph School

Randolph, NJ

4.  Luke Nathan

8

5-10

F

Randolph School

Randolph, NJ

5.  Kolbe Littlefield

8

5-10

G

Roland Hayes

Brooklyn, NY

1.  Austin Tchikatilov

8

5-10

F

Pearl R. Miller

Kinnelon, NJ

2.  Kevin Ranaghan

6

5-0

G

Pearl River School

Pearl River, NJ

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Coach Tarik Robinson            School New Jersey Playaz, New Jersey

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*****NBA & NCAA ORANGE & WHITE CLASSIC ALL-STARS*****

(Below)-Orange All-Stars

Coach- Marcellus Brown

Orange NCAA All-Stars-

#20-Luke Amen-G-5’8-2017-Northbrook School

#11-Christian Brookens-PG-5’7-2018-Homewood School

#10-Sowdanni Nalls-PG-5’5-2019-Chicago

#12-Dorian Robinson-SG-5’5-2018-Chicago

#32-Coadie Barnett-PF-5’7-2018-Indianapolis

Orange NBA All-Stars-

#34-Cody Williams-G-5’7-2013-Kellogg HS-Grand Rapids,MI

#44-Joseph Rencher-F-6’5-2013-Von Stuben HS-Chicago,IL

#33-John Daniels-G/F-6’0-2014-Homewood Flossmore HS-Flossmore,IL

#22-DeAndre Jackson-G/F-6’0-2016-Foreman HS-Chicago,IL

#23-Cameron Simmonds-G-5’8-2017-New Gusta MS-Indianapolis,IN

#21-Jakari Smith-F-6’2-2016-Foreman HS-Chicago,IL

(Below)-White All-Stars

Coach- George Leonard-Rich East HS

White NCAA All-Stars-

#22-Brandon Bayzaee-SF-5’8-2017-Northbrook

#10-Yeyelyon Bundredk-PG-5’3-2017-Chicago

#11-Frank Johnson-G-5’6-2017-Chicago

#12-Connor Mullins-G-5’6-2017-Glen Ellen

#21-Brian Phillips-SG-5’8-2017-Napierville,IL

White NBA All-Stars-

#20-Eric Gillespie-G-5’8-2014-Warren HS-Gurnee,IL

#32-Marcus McClendon-G/F-6’0-2016-Kentucky

#33-Justin Jackson-G-5’6-2016-De La Salle HS-Chicago,IL

#34-Robert Grant-G-6’0-2014-St Viator HS-Addison,IL

#23-Bryon Choice-G-5’10-2016-Foreman HS-Chicago,IL

#44-Diondre Winters-F-6’4-2015-Foreman HS-Chicago,IL

*****NCAA AWARD WINNERS*****

(Below)-League Champs-Duke-Coach-Marcellus Brown-Players-Luke Amen,Brandon Bayzaee,Mychale Hyland,Rhys Logan,Jimmy Hanson,Seth Collins,Connor Reid,Dorian Robinson,Justin Paul, Brady Collis

(Below)-3on3 Champs-Zeb Pliura, Coadie Barnett,Connor Mullins

(Below)-Best Playmaker-James Morris-7th-PG-Bloomington,IL

(Below)-Best Rebounder-Coadie Barnett-7th-PF-Indianpolis,IN

(Below)-Mr Hustle-Jason Hall-5th-PG-Indianapolis,IN

(Below)-Best Defender-Dorian Robinson-7th-G-Chicago,IL

(Below)-6th Man-Nick Baumel-8th-G-Western Springs,IL

(Below)-Mr Stations-Connor Mullins-8th-G-Glen Ellen,IL

(Below)-Most Improved-Andre Bell Jr-4th-PG-Chicago,IL

Orange & White Classic MVP-Christian Brookens-7th-SG-Homewood,IL

(Below)-No Dribble Champions-Illinois

(Below)-MOP & Mr Station 13-Luke Amen-8th-G-Northbrook,IL

(Below)-Playoff MVP-Brandon Bayzaee-8th-SF-Northbrook,IL (19pts,8 rebs,3 assts)

*****NBA AWARD WINNERS*****

(Below)-League Champs-Jazz-Coach-George Leonard-Players-Deandre Jackson,Marcus McClendon,Grant Koby,Jaquan Rush,Jake Anahri,David Naylor,Jhonte Blackwood,Tajj Hill,Alan Smith , Robert Grant

(Below)-Best Playmaker-Eric Gillespie-G-5’8-2014-Warren HS-Gurnee,IL

(Below)-Best Rebounder-Diondre Winters-F-6’4-2015-Foreman HS-Chicago,IL

(Below)-No Dribble Champions-Bulls-Coach-Alvin Boutte

(Below)-Mr Hustle-Ethan Fennell-5’10-2016-St Ritas HS-South Holland,IL

(Below)-Best Defender-Deandre Jackson-G-6’0-2016-Foreman HS-Chicago,IL

(Below)-6th Man-Treyvon Williams-G-2017-Springfield,IL

(Below)-Mr Stations-Jaquan Rush-5’10-2013-Ellison HS-Chicago,IL

(Below)-Most Improved-Meshach Oba-Fami-6’7-2016-Marest HS-Chicago,IL

(Below)-Orange & White Classic MVP-Joseph Rencher-6’5-2013-Von Stueben HS-Chicago,IL

(Below)-MOP-Cody Williams-G-5’7-2013-Kellogg HS-Grand Rapids,MI

(Below)- Mr Station 13 & Most Promising Prospect-Marcus McClendon-G-6’0-2016-Louisville,KY

(Below)-Playoff MVP-Robert Grant-6’0-2014-St Viator-Addison,IL

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This was our fourth session at UCF this summer, and third consecutive camp back-to-back.  There were some stay-over campers, but most were a new crop of kids using the summer months to work on, and improve their game.  

This session was mixed, it included both boys and girls from all across the globe. We had over 120 campers once again and the competition seemed to really be there.  We had kids from England, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, Panama, Germany and Canada; all trying to better there game, while attempting to show some US coaches their talent. 

Post Draft on Day 1 it seemed inevitable that Coach Scott Adubato was destined for another shot at the Five-Star NBA Title after a loss in the previous weeks Championship, whereas last weeks winning coach, Chris Michaels seemed to have a long road ahead of him. Week two’s winning coach, Han Desir, struggled throughout the week; he was never able to find a five that worked together and had trouble managing what seemed to be a star-studded team, led by 2-time camper, Anthony Roberson (rising freshman).  

After a grueling week of stations, drills, station 13 and station 14, led by Fabio Saviozzi of Italy, the playoffs gave us a rematch of the previous session, facing Coach Adabuto’s Thunder, against Coach Michael’s Celtics.  Both were ready to play and both had dominated the league as of this point.  The game was a great one, leaving it tied after regulation and an overtime period to play.  In the end, Coach Adabuto was able to get his revenge for UCF III’s loss, and was able to coach his team to a 1 point victory. Adabuto’s team consisted of 5 all-stars this session.

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UCF IV All-Star Teams

 

NBA Orange Team

Player Name             High School                        City                        Position           

Height                        Class

1. Davlin Johnson                  Keith HS                                    Valley Grand                  G                                    6’1                                    2016

2. Brennan Sullivan                  Bishop Kenny                                    Jacksonville                  SF                                    5’10                                    2013

3. Caleb Burks                                    Archbishop Rummel                  Destrehan                  G                                    6’2                                    2015

4. Jarrid Rhodes                  Palmetto HS                                    Bradenton                  F                                    6’5                                    2014

5. Kerry Jones                                    Bartow Senior HS                  Bartow                                    G                                    5’9                                    2013

6. Cedric Looks                                    John Essex HS                                    Demopolis                  G                                    6’0                                    2013

7. Dan Andrews                                    American Senior HS                  Miami Gardens                  G                                    6’0                                    2013

8. Tyler Sims                                    Parrish HS                                    Jasper                                    G                                    6’0                                    2014

9. Ocean Maddox                  Halifax Academy                  Daytona Beach                  F                                    6’3                                    2013                 

NCAA & WNBA Team

10. Wesley Oldham                  Dwyer HS                                    Jupiter                                                                        5’3                                    2017

11. Jensen Pickrell                  Jupiter HS                                    Jupiter                                                                        6’0                                    2017

12. Ricardo Nieves                  Cooper City HS                                    Cooper City                                                      5’3                                    2017

13. Gasquez Melvin                  Sagemont                                    Hollywood                                                      5’7                                    2017

14. Kyle Rochefort                                                                        Jupiter                                                                        5’9                                   

15. Yaire Rodriguez                  Nuestra Senorita de Carmen                  PR                                                      4’11                                    2018

16. Taziya Moody                  Georgetown                                    SC                                                                        5’2                                    2014

17. Ashley Holliday                  Monument                                    AZ                                                                        5’4                                    2013

18. Samantha Chambers Plantation HS                                                                                                            5’8                                    2012

19.Jade Madison                  New Buffalo HS                                    New Buffalo                                                      5’7                                    2014

Head Coach: Chris Michaels                                    Assistant Coach:

 

NBA White Team

Player Name             High School                        City                        Position            Height                        Class

1. Anthony Roberson                  Trinity Episcopal                  Richmond (VA)                  PF                                    6’2                                    2016

2. Jonathan Spicer                  American HS                                    Miami                                    SF                                    6’4                                    2014

3. Danny Wale                                    Park Vista HS                                    Lake Worth                  SG                                    6’0                                    2014

4. Thomas Wixted                  Oviedo HS                                    Oviedo                                    G                                    5’10                                    2013

5. Adonis Williams                  Waccamaw HS                                    Pawleys Island                  PG                                    5’10                                    2014

6. Tristain Pendergraph                  Dillard HS                                    Ft. Lauderdale                  G                                    6’0                                    2014

7. Stefan Brown                                    Tampa Catholic HS                  Tampa                                    G                                    6’3                                    2014                 

8. Artese Gatlin                                    Peachtree Ridge                  Duluth (GA)                  G                                    6’1                                    2015

NCAA & WNBA Team

9. Cameron Parker                  Niceviille HS                                    Crestview                                                      5’6                                    2017

10. Korey Steele                  Edgewood                                    Merritt Island                                                      5’9                                    2017

11. Mohan Brand                                                                        Kula Mawii                                                      5’7                                    2017                 

12. Carson Powell                  Cardinal Newman                  Jupiter                                                                        5’10                                    2017                 

13. Jose Felicano                  Colegio San Antonio                  Humacao                                                      5’4                                    2016

14. Lauren Perry                  Mandarin Senior HS                  Jacksonville                                                      5’2                                    2014                 

15. Kanesha Murray                  Ben-Hill MS                                    Tampa                                                                        5’5                                    2016

16. Jamia Porcher                  Georgetown HS                                    SC                                                                        5’2                                    2015

17. Kendall Venable                  Bayside HS                                    Palm Bay                                                      5’9                                    2014

18. Amiea Summers                  Muhlenberg County HS                  Conyers                                                      5’7                                    2013

Head Coach: Scott Adubato                  Assistant Coach: 

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Day 3- After breakfast both leagues started out with a morning stretch to get loose for stations, after an hour and a half it was time for the NBA to start their playoffs. The #4 seed knocked out the number #1 seed in a close game, while the 3 seed bounced the #2 out. It was the Cinderella #4 seed who took home the NBA league championship under Coach George Leonard. In the NCAA league championship game #2 seed UCLA who lead the entire game couldn’t hold on to the lead against # 1 seed Duke in the final moments.It was an exciting finish and Duke won by 3 points.

(Below)- Random pics from the day-

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Greetings from Romeoville Illinois home of  Lewis University and during the summer Five-Star Basketball Camp…

Lots going on as usual at Five Star, here’s a taste of what camp has to offer..first lets start with what makes Five Star the best in the business when it comes to basketball instruction…stations

(Below)- Station pics

(Below)- NBA & NCAA game pics

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