Posted On: 09/4/20 6:07 PM

On Thursday, September 3rd, 20 talented ball players from the Columbus City League took the court for an outstanding workout session, competitive drills and some games of 5-on-5. Some players stood out during the drills and some really exploded during the games of 5-on-5. Overall, this is a list of players who either popped during drills, games or both and who also displayed a level of competitiveness that outshined the others. 

Daylen Fullen- Eastmoor Academy: Fullen was one of the best players during individual drills, executing the little details of what he was being taught and consistently knocking down jumpers after every move. When it came to the 5-on-5 game he played his position to perfection, being scrappy on defense and nailing timely shots when his team got stagnant. Fullen showed his increased passing ability numerous times during the evening as well. 

Javion Williams- Briggs: His head coach Tony Rice warned the city of this; if this monster can keep his grades right then he has a chance to be a game changer. Williams can guard most people on the court defensively because of his strength and speed and proved that opting to switch onto and guard

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