Posted On: 08/11/15 4:30 PM

In a city like Richmond, there's so many AAU teams that it's sometimes difficult to compete on a large scale, despite the amount of talent the area has to offer. Still, Team Richmond year-in and year-out competes at a high level by following their method of gathering underrated, coachable talent and having them buy in to a team first system. Here's a recap of their summer.

All quotes and pictures courtesy of Head Coach Del Harris.

 

Overall Record: 23-10

 

Top Tournament Finishes: Big Shots Richmond champions; Big Shots Myrtle Beach runner-up; VA State Championship runner-up; Top 16 Finish at AAU Nationals.

 

Notable Wins: Squires Richmond, West Virginia Wildcats B, Minnesota Elite

MVP: Georgie Pacheco. “From my college and AAU coaching experience, I think he could, pound-for-pound, be the best player in the greater Richmond area this season. He’s that good. He’s the best unknown player in Richmond.”

Defensive MVP: Carion Eaton. “He’s only 5’8, but he’s got a lot of D2 interest with his toughness. He’s a guy that picks up 94 feet and can guard you the whole way. On ball screens, he can’t really be screened. He fights over top and runs down his defender

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