Posted On: 08/9/20 6:29 PM

The MAYB Nationals had some great talent, here are the top small and power forwards from the tournament.

Jevon PorterJevonPorter6'9" | PFFather Tolton | 2022StateMO 6’9- Savage Squad Hoops 2022

Jevon PorterJevonPorter6'9" | PFFather Tolton | 2022StateMO is a player who can play at the wing or the power forward position having great height at 6’9. Jevon impressed with his ability to hit shots over defenders from mid range and three point land. He is also quite quick on his feet and can hang with wings and guards on the defensive end. Jevon with the good height and athleticism he is able to protect the rim very well; he also uses the athleticism to get up and finish above the rim, he even had some highlight reel type dunks over the weekend. 

Mo Mbaye 6’9- SI Select 2021

Mo Mbaye was one of the best players in the whole tournament, he is unicorn who can do a bit of everything. Mo at 6’9 is very hard to guard, if you put a big man on him he can put the ball on the floor and put a wing on him he can post them up and score from high to low post. He also plays good

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