Posted On: 05/24/19 5:22 PM
The Havoc in the Heartland introduced the Prep Hoops Circuit to a load of playmakers that played their way onto the All Session 8 Team announced today.
Rolondo “Pee Wee” Brown of Peoria Area Elite. A 6-foot-2 guard that averaged 22 points and seven rebounds in the post season this year (17.6 points, 9.0 rebounds and 1.9 assists for the year) leading his team to state, Pee Wee Brown just led Peoria Area Elite to a 17s championship with 14 points in the title game. Brown is commonly that attacking guard that’s tough to stay in front of but in the title game he opened the floor with early jumpers.
Nate Johnson of Team Flyght 16s. Johnson was one of the most athletic players at the event. Nate’s first attacking step allowed him to the needed space and when you have an athlete like Johnson in space he can make just about anything happen. Finishes above contesting arms, short jumpers, and explosive finishes from Johnson helped Team Flyght bring home championship gold. Johnson is a 6-foot-2 guard from Lakota East in Ohio.
Marcus Skeete of H.I.T. Skeete is the Power Wing of the Midwest. With Marcus on the floor you have a three that can rebound like a big which allows a team to push pace quicker. And pushing the pace, Skeete does that hungry for big results. The Skeete basket attack forces players to get hurt taking a charge, forces them to foul, or forces the opposition to give up high percentage makes. He’s 6-foot-5 from Waubonsie Valley, Illinois.
Isaiah Stafford of Young & Reckless 16s. Two weekends ago Stafford put 30 spots in the book making headlines. This past weekend in Indy Stafford showed how those 30 points games were totaled: in every way possible. Beautiful stroke, separation to get to that jumper, and range that forces players out of their defensive comfort zone, Isaiah Stafford was last weekend’s top stock raiser.
Lason Walker JH1 Elite 15s. Linden-McKinley HS in Columbus, Ohio started Lason Walker as a freshman this year and watched him grow quickly as a scorer. Last weekend playing with talent his own age on the JH1 Elite 15s, Lason was the MVP of the division earning his team a weekend championship.