Posted On: 09/3/19 4:28 PM
The 16U All American Team. The Best of the Best at the 16u level from across the nation.
The 16U All American First Team
Stevie Mitchell of Philly Pride. Mitchell was named the UAA 16u MVP after leading Philly Pride to the top spot in UAA and the number one ranking in the country.
KJ Adams of Team Griffin. Adams averaged 25 points a game in the Peach Jam and is a top 40 player on the second ranked team in the nation.
Jabari Smith Jr of Atlanta Celtics. A five star talent that pushed the Atlanta Celtics to an 11 game winning streak in July and a top five ranking in the nation.
Jakai Robinson of Team Takeover. Robinson is 84th ranked player in the nation and a key figure for Team Takeover, the third ranked team in 16u.
Daron Holmes of Powerhouse Hoops. Holmes was honored as a first team All UAA player and a five star talent for the outstanding 16u season he had.
The 16U All American Second Team
Bryce Hopkins of MoKan. The top player and the 82nd ranked talent in the 2021 class, Hopkins pushed MoKan to the 7th spot in the final Prep Hoops 16u team rankings.
Jaden Bradley of B Maze Elite. Braldy is the 5th ranked player in the 2022 class and was named first team All UAA.
Trey Alexander of Team Griffin. For Team Griffin their run to the Peach Jam title was a team effort, Alexander is a top 40 player in his class.
Chris Livingston of WACG. Livingston, the 2nd ranked player in the 2022 class, was a top performer for his team all over the country.
Jalen Duren of Team Final. Duren is the 3rd ranked player in 2022 and one of the top players in E16 competition this year.
The 16U All American Third Team
Chucky Hepburn of Team Factory. Led Team Factory to an undefeated mark on the Prep Hoops Circuit and he was a top player on the UA Rise tour.
Dametrious Crownover of Team Marcus Smart. Team Smart pushed their way to a top five spot in 16u rankings and Crownover, a top 100 football talent, was essential to the wins.
Zachary Clemence of Mudiay Elite. Clemence is a Top 100 player, a first team all UAA, and one of the top bigs in his class.
Jaxon Robinson of Team Griffin. Robinson is another Top 50 player on Team Griffin that helped push the team to a huge summer.
Jaelen McGlone of Philly Pride. McGlone played 16u leading Philly Pride to the top spot in the rankings and the UAA title, and has since committed and enrolled at Rider.
The 16U All American Fourth Team
AJ Burgin of Gamepoint. Burgin was the most consistent producer for his team, a top five Adidas suqad.
Rodney Rice of Team Durant. Rice was the most consistent producer for a Team Durant squad that finished 6th in the national rankings.
Kameron Jones of Team Thad. A first team member of the UAA circuit at the 16u level.Randy Brady of the Georgia Stars. Brady had played like a top 25 player in the nation for the Stars
Michael Trigg of Florida Vipers. First team all UAA player and Big Shots late July event MVP.
Randy Brady of the Georgia Stars. Brady played like a top 25 player in the nation for the Stars leading the team in several categories
The 16U All American Fifth Team
Bez Mbeng of DC Premier.
Jalen Warley of Team Durant.
Erik Reynolds of Team Takeover.
Camden Heide of D1 Minnesota.
Jared Billups of Team BBC.
Sean Pedulla of Team Buddy Buckets.
Peyton Watson of The Truth.