Posted On: 05/29/19 1:04 PM

DALLAS — The third session of the EYBL brought elite production from the top talent in the state. After spending the weekend at Drive Nation, Brandon Jenkins highlights the players who stood out with a few of their performances on the circuit:

Jamal Shead | 6’1” | PG | Drive Nation | 2020


In his first spring of playing EYBL basketball, Shead has impressively established himself as one of the best facilitators on the circuit. He has no problem getting by his initial defender and exposing the defense with his ability to make the right find. The balanced lead guard has been extremely productive in his last two sessions and will be placed into top-five consideration for the next ranking update. After Session III concluded, Shead decided to end his recruitment and commit to the University of Houston.

Tramon Mark | 6’5” | SG | Houston Hoops | 2020

Shead's future college teammate was also productive for his squad throughout the weekend. Mark had a solid weekend doing what he does best,

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