Big Shots Tourney Standouts: Class of 2019

Grassroots
North Carolina

Posted On: 04/15/18 8:40 PM

RDC Lakers 2019 Guard Noah Dinkins: His ability to score the ball is what has the colleges calling about him already at this point. He can shoot from deep and midrange as well as finishing in the paint while embracing contact.

Bull City Select Unsigned Senior Guard Xavier Young: Between his intensity on the defensive end of the floor and his quickness offensively that allowed him to get where he want on the court, this young man had a very good showing. Although he isn’t the tallest guard, he uses his speed and strength to finish plays and causes all types of problems for the opposition.

Bull City Select Junior Forward Julian Williams: He’s one of those players that gets it done in a quiet manner, you may not notice it during the game but afterward you will look and see that he had a very good night with double digit points and rebounds.

Juice All-Stars 2019 Guard Tynias Peace: You have to love the approach that he bring to the court, he’s all business and plays the game with a toughness that’s you need for the next level. He can score the ball at a solid rate as well defending, he’s what I would call a ‘’smart’’ defender due to the fact that he doesn’t gamble too often on plays.

Bull City Select Unsigned Senior Damon Sanders: Scoring wise he simply knows how to put the ball in the basket at a very high level. For the most part he doesn’t over dribble or make a ton of unnecessary movements to get to his spots, he uses ball fakes and jabs well, just a natural bucket getter.

Juice All-Stars Junior Wing Dillion Butler: Overall he still is finding his way but what is there not to like about a player who is 6’5 with a long wingspan that can shoot the ball well. Once he adds some more strength to his frame can possibly develop into a very intriguing prospect and a more consistent player.