Posted On: 01/7/19 7:34 PM
The 2nd annual Prep Hoops Sun Bash wrapped up on Saturday night at Carrollwood Day School with two championship games.
SUN Final: IMG 67, Miami Christian 58
BASH Final: Sickles 45, Santa Fe Catholic 41
Here is a look at the all-tournament team for the two brackets, the SUN and BASH.
Josh Green (IMG)
Part of the Big 3 for the 2019 IMG class, the Arizona signee had a ridiculous slam off the break in the waning minutes of the championship on Saturday night (VIDEO). Green averaged 18.3 PPG in three games with two 21 point outings.
Jeremiah Robinson-Earl (IMG)
The 2019 Villanova signee continues to be a true workhorse and a fundamental player. Robinson-Earl averaged 16.6 PPG and had 19 points in the championship against Miami Christian.
Josh Williams (Choctaw)
A flashy 2019 point guard, Josh Williams held his own against IMG on the second day of the tournament with 26 points. He also had 19 points versus SLAM and 13 against Booker to average 19.3 PPG.
Michael Eads (Edgewater)
It was quite a fun week for 2020 Edgewater guard Micheal Eads who dropped 22 points against IMG, 19 against SLAM and 17 against Superior Collegiate to average 19.3 PPG.
Tre Gilliam (Gibbs)
Scoring is always on Tre Gilliam’s mind, the 2020 Gibbs guard scored 32 points in a loss to SLAM Miami on the final day while also scoring 18 points against Booker and 15 against Superior Collegiate. Gilliam averaged 21.6 PPG.
Diante Smith (Choctaw)
Another key piece for a tough Choctaw squad this week was 2019 TCU signee Diante Smith. He was super consistent averaging 19 PPG with a 20 point performance against IMG on Thursday.
Issad Solano (SLAM Miami)
2019 guard Issad Solano was superb all week long for SLAM Miami averaging 20 PPG. He had 22 points against Choctaw and 21 points against Edgewater.
Algenis Quintana (Miami Christian)
Part of a fun and speedy Miami Christian unit, 2019 guard Algenis Quintana made things happen in each and every game, averaging 17 PPG. Fellow 2019 guard Diego Rivera was equally important to the cause, averaging 14.3 PPG.
Johnnie Williams (Booker)
Dunking and attacking, it was the usual effort from 2019 Booker guard Johnnie Williams, averaging 16.3 PPG with a 25-point game against Gibbs.
Eric Lee (Superior Collegiate)
Lee was the best thing from game to game on both ends of the floor with an average of 15.6 PPG and a high of 24 points versus Miami Christian.
Chris Noel (Booker T. Washington)
Playing on a very athletic Tornadoes squad, 2019 guard Chris Noel really worked hard all week long averaging 19.6 PPG.
IMG (Armando Bacot and Mikeal Brown-Jones)
Miami Christian (Gonzalo Gonzalvo and Diego Rivera)
Edgewater (Eddie Foster, Trevon Cason and Shakur Poteat)
Superior Collegiate (Miguel Miranda, Khalil Shaheed and Terrell Sanders)
Booker (Jordan Clark)
Gibbs (Deonnte Brooks)
SLAM Miami (Jordan Hamburger and Kaleb Figueroa)
Booker T. Washington (Ames Dixon and Edward Bailey)
Malcolm Whitlow (Carrollwood Day)
Whitlow was the only player all week to score 20 or more points in each and every game. The 2019 guard averaged 26.3 PPG with a 32-point game against Hallandale on Saturday.
Javohn Thomas (Sickles)
One of the most impressive freshmen in the state, Javohn Thomas did nearly everything with a 15 PPG with a triple double against Hallandale (11 points, 12 rebounds and 10 assists).
Joe Stubbs (Santa Fe Catholic)
It was a fun week for Santa Fe Catholic who played hard to get to the title game. 2020 guard Joe Stubbs was really tough to guard with two 19 point games.
Terrionce Blalock (Alonso)
The scrappy 2019 guard, Terrionce Blalock averaged 15.3 PPG and really was the best consistent threat for the Ravens all week.
Orien Adams (Nature Coast)
A true athlete and jumper, Orien Adams gave all he could in each game with a 25 point outing against Santa Fe Catholic and two 14-point games against Canterbury and Alonso. The 2020 forward averaged 17.6 PPG.
Quentin Alfieri (Palm Glades)
2019 forward Quentin Alfieri had gams of 18 and 15 points during the week for the well fit Eagles.
Rivers Lenholt (Canterbury)
Averaging 18.6 PPG, Canterbury goes through 2020 guard Rivers Lenholt and he certainly did his part. He scored 21 points in a loss to Nature Coast.
Sickles (Julian Canuelas and Gary Jones)
Santa Fe Catholic (Javon Bell, Ray Davis and Jaylon Smith)
Hallandale (Carrington Campbell and London Previlon)
Carrollwood Day (Edgar Ziegler and Tony Livingston)
Alonso (Kamalii Findlay and Sager Cavalier)
Nature Coast (Robert Gomez)
Palm Glades (Josh Acevedo)
Canterbury (Anthony Perkins)
The 2nd annual Sun Bash tournament was a success. Congrats to IMG and Sickles for winning the SUN and BASH brackets respectively. Look out for a bigger and better tournament each and every year. We appreciate all the support from you basketball fans and families. pic.twitter.com/TEDX911SvX
— Sun Bash (@sunbashtourney) January 7, 2019