Posted On: 07/1/18 7:31 AM
Prep Hoops attended 3 of the 4 days of the Carvers Bay Summer League this month hosted by Head Coach Jeff Mezzatesta. The event featured several teams though out the Low Country. Lets take a look at some of the best performances on the last day of the event.
Kassius “Jay” Williams (2019) – Socastee HS (pictured on front)
Williams is the leader of this Braves team this season for Head Coach Derrick Hilton. Williams a point guard plays with some savvy and craftiness to the game. Williams at times needs to just keep things simple and when he does that he can be very efficient. Williams is back in Myrtle Beach at Socastee HS after being on the move for the most part of his high school career. Williams play AAU with Team Wall Southeast Marion 2019.
Darius “JuJu” Williams (2019) – Hemingway HS
Williams recently committed to play football at East Carolina University after high school. Williams is back to play in the post for the defending back to back state champions Tigers.
Ryan Dupree (2020) – Marlboro County HS (Bennettsville)
Dupree wasn’t with the team during the first few days of the summer league since he was working a summer job. Dupree a undersized post player was a junk yard dog today on the floor and the boards. Dupree finished everything around the cup on put-backs. Dupree was consistent with his play around the cup from 4 feet in.
Wesley Brown (2020) – Marlboro County HS (Bennettsville)
Brown likes to play on the perimeter for the Bulldogs. Brown and Dupree were the Bulldogs leaders last season and look for that to be the same this season. Brown a rangy small forward likes to put the ball on the deck as point guard and shoot perimeter jumpers.
James “JJ” Jones (2021) – Socastee HS
Jones was all over the floor today for the Braves. Jones 6’2 plays with a ton of energy and passion on the floor. Jones will constantly just outwork players on the floor with complete all-out effort. Jones plays with Big Shots South Carolina 2021.
Kieran Leviner (2022) – Marlboro County HS (Bennettsville)
Leviner attended nearby Wallace M.S. last year. Leviner plays very poised for his age of 14 years old. Leviner spotted up in the corners and knocked down 3 pointers all day long for the Bulldogs. Leviner will be a name for down the road in the Palmetto State and expect him to see some solid minutes this season for the Bulldogs.