Posted On: 10/16/18 7:09 PM

The Senior All Americans from the Top 250 Expo honors the top 2019 talents from around the nation that competed at the Prep Hoops Top 250 Expo

 

Top 250 Expo Senior All American First Team

Hunter Dean of Louisiana.   The Louisiana Expo MVP got the show off to a great start with an open floor Windmill dunk.   It was the first major highlight of any Expo event in the country and Hunter continued to go at the rim for production the rest of the day. Throw in some threes, high quality contesting of every shot he got near, and it was an All American performance.

Jeremiah Hernandez of Illinois. Hernandez came straight from the airport after visiting Drake and scored in a number of ways plus created for others. Jeremiah has since accepted a scholarship offer from Kent State over several quality options. A top ten level player in the Illinois senior class.

Robert Jones of Minnesota. Robert Jones spent a 48 hour trip at the University of Denver, committed to the school, landed in Minneapolis, and came right to the Expo. At the Expo Jones dominated the 2019 vs 2020 Expo All Star game earning event MVP.

Caleb Hodgson of Michigan. The Michigan Expo MVP was a two-way monster back in September. His low post defensive play controlled opponents and offensively he handled, hit threes, and most importantly dominated the paint. Recently committed to Central Michigan as well.

Kamar Robertson of Georgia. No D1 offered player at the 2018 Expos competed harder than Kamar Robertson. His relentless approach attacking the heart of the defense and taking the confidence away from opponents was quite memorable. Robertson’s distribution had the Prep Hoops Georgia staff very excited.

 

Top 250 Expo Senior All American Second Team

Damiree Burns of Louisiana. Burns posted up smaller defenders, blew by bigger defenders, and controlled the boards all event long. Burns is a double figure offered forward (schools like UAB and Tulane have extended).

Tujautae Williams of Illinois. One of the most explosive senior athletes at any of the Expo events, Williams finished in high percentage wise using those long strides and high level athletic ability. The last three offers have been Milwaukee, Detroit, and Texas Tech.

Harouna Sissoko of Iowa. What Sissoko did at the Iowa event will not soon be forgotten. There were several physical, highlight reel finishes and one of them was freeze the gym good it was so loud and nasty. Tulsa and Southern Miss have previously offered.

Lance Jones of Illinois.   A Southern Illinois committed combo guard that came down hill at opponents for four straight hours. There was nobody that could keep Jones in front and he did a great balancing job of finishing and creating for others. Also had a great defensive showing.

Joel Kabimba of Virginia. Joel Kabimba is a high level athlete who played like the top prospect at the Virginia event. Kabimba enjoyed running the floor to give the cameras something to captured, he blocked shots, rebounded everything and finished in a high percentage way.

 

Top 250 Expo Senior All American Third Team

Larry Canady of Wisconsin. Canady put together an all out assault on the rim. The type of player that loves a challenge and is relentless in his pursuit of production.

Collin Warren of Texas. Warren, who has an offer from Lamar, made the day miserable for opposing guards with his defense and quick first step.

Jordan Hairston of Virginia. All state guard that is attracting D1 low major attention for his continued shooting success and his leadership on the court.

Spencer Jones of Kansas. Spencer Jones was the best big man at the Kansas event in terms of seniors. High level rebounder and a skilled scorer playing both forward spots.

Elijah Carter of California. The Top 250 Expo was the perfect event for wing Elijah Carter to continue to show that he’s been overlooked and that he produce in a number of ways. Excellent showing.