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Posted On: 06/19/18 8:44 AM
The Downriver Bad Boyz are a travel basketball program that’s here to stay. Players in the program can see their games develop and their skill sets grow. The Downriver Bad Boyz have rosters with a vast array of talents and skill levels. But it’s not all about basketball. Coaches in the program stress academics and help the players grow as athletes, students, and people.
The Downriver Bad Boyz 17u team has seen a great deal of success this spring. They were 21-5 over the course of the season. They’ve seen players receive attention and interest from college coaches. The Downriver Bad Boyz 17u will be a team that college coaches will want on their radar this summer.
2019, PG, Cornerstone
Black is an athletic guard. He’s quick and has solid fundamental ball skills.
2019, SG, Kennedy
Gray is an aggressive defender who is always looking to force a turnover. He has quick feet and a first step that gets him open mid range jumpers.
2019, G, Wyandotte
He’s a classic stat sheet filler. Dobessi has a nice looking jumper with good fundamentals.
2019, PG, Detroit Loyola
Hudson is a smart and composed point guard. He has a college ready physique right now.
2018, F, Flat Rock
He’s always a threat for a double-double. Henderson is a strong rebounder and post defender.
2019, G, Belleville
He’s a high level shooter with a quick release. He has quick feet and a smooth dribble.
2020, F, Henry Ford Academy
Allen has a nice combination of size and athleticism. He has a very high ceiling as a player and prospect.
2019, PG, Ecorse
Bonaparte can score from anywhere on the court. He finishes with both hands and can play on or off the ball.
2020, F, Belleville
Ruffin is a slasher that attacks the basket. He is a big time above the rim finisher and a solid defender as well.
2019, PG, Melvindale
Hernandez is a shifty point guard who plays well off contact. He has good court vision and a solid three point shot.