Posted On: 12/15/17 2:33 PM
Jack Britt HS Junior Forward Calvin Washington: Without a doubt, he’s the go to guy for Britt, he has nice height and length as well as good athletic ability. He scored earlier on at a decent rate and blocked a good amount of shots.
Jack Britt HS Junior Forward Zac Hill: Plays the game in a physical manner and with a chip on his shoulder. He has a fairly solid frame and did a good job of finishing in the paint around the basket, very high motor.
Jack Britt HS Sophomore Guard Langston Davis: He had some momentum changing games for his team as he came up with a big time block, as well as three point play in the second half. At a young age, he’s getting a good amount of minutes which will only help his overall progression.
Jack Britt HS Junior Guard Eli O’Neal: He’s an unselfish player that plays within the flow of the offense. He facilitated in the first half and turned it up scoring wise in the second half to help his team go on a big time run.
Richmond County Junior Guard Rod Newton: Rod got it going early with a trey ball in the first half and was responsible for PG duties throughout the night. He doesn’t get sped up easily and showed nice patience throughout the night, getting his team into their sets.
Richmond County Junior Forward Xavier Pettigrew: He brings the attributes that many would call junkyard dog duties. Whether it was setting a hard screen or getting physical inside of the paint for rebounds, he was active and played his role.
Richmond County Sophomore Forward/Center Jarvis Tillman: Very intriguing player here, he’s young but already has nice height at 6’7. He seems like a coachable player and one that could make some noise over the years if he continues to work.
Richmond County Senior Wing Da’shaun Wallace: Da’shaun carried a good amount of the scoring load for his squad. He’s a slasher type of player and found success in the first half getting to the basket without much resistance.