Posted On: 03/23/19 5:03 PM

LAKELAND - On Saturday afternoon, the annual FACA All-Star Game was put on by the Florida Athletic Coaches Association at the RP Funding Center.

The South clipped the North side, 103-102 in a back and forth game that was very competitive and hard played for an all-star game.

Booker guard Johnnie Williams led all scorers with 23 points on his way to being crowned MVP for the South group.

Here is a look at the top performances from the game.

Johnnie Williams (South - Booker)

From the jump, Williams made it clear that he wasn't going to just float through this senior all-star matchup with his 23 points. The 6'4" guard is super athletic and he was reliable with his jump shot, connecting 7-of-14 from the field, making 7-of-7 free throws and six rebounds. Williams hit back to back contested 3's in the second half as the South rallied back. His effort and aggression were superb all game long.

Unsigned take: Williams has always been known for his electric dunks and high flying blocks, but he has also gotten better as a long range shooter/decision maker and his athleticism is more than enough for a college to bring him on.


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