Posted On: 07/14/20 11:15 PM

Before we all went into basketball lockdown 4 months ago, Coach Jason Hayes and his Atlanta All-Stars were among the first teams I laid eyes on just after the playoffs ended as they worked out at Pinecrest Academy in Cumming. I could see the skill and developing talent on the roster, and after a choppy opening in their first tournament action of the season, they had several highlights over the opening 2 days of the event against both the ATL Celtics and Quiet Storm.

Here are standouts:

ATL All-Stars vs Celtics

Chance ThackerChanceThacker6'4" | SGProvidence Christian | 2022StateGA (SG, 6-4, Providence Christian) - At times the best player on the floor even with some of metro-Atlanta’s top talent opposing him, Thacker made a statement in my eyes, like so many kids I’m seeing again after the layoff he took the weight room, and it showed not just in how he moved but how it translated into an increased ability to blow by people with ease, he was terrific getting to the basket and off the break using that new frame and his already high IQ to find the right

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