Posted On: 01/2/19 5:00 PM

Bench production is huge for any program that wants to see success. The teams competing at the highest level often contain some of the best supporting roles. At the Tournament of Champions last weekend, these were the best players off-the-bench.

Shelby Sampleton 2019 Putnam City West G 

If you’ve kept up with anything over the past few days from the Tournament of Champions, then chances are you’ve probably heard Sampleton’s name tossed around a few times. That’s because the senior averaged 19 points a game for the fourth-place finishing Patriots, making him the fourth-leading scorer in the tournament and first for PC West. Sampleton’s shooting was remarkable and the energy he brought to the floor helped to give the Patriots an edge.

BJ Armstrong 2021 Tulsa Memorial PG

6-foot-even BJ Armstrong came off the bench for Tulsa Memorial and was a productive reliever for the Chargers' backcourt. Armstrong made an impact in ball movement and scoring. He got to the rack, drew fouls, and posted a perfect 100 percent free throw-shooting stretch over the weekend, helping the Chargers to not miss a beat.

Trevor Roberts 2019 Whitesboro G

Trevor Roberts came off the

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