Posted On: 09/2/20 12:30 PM

Team EAT took home championship honors in the 16U Orange division this past weekend at Big Shots Rock the Rock. Take a look at the biggest takeaways.

Kheni BriggsKheniBriggs6'3" | CGA.L. Brown | 2022StateNC is on the rise

Kheni BriggsKheniBriggs6'3" | CGA.L. Brown | 2022StateNC and Team EAT showed off their dominance this past weekend in the 16U Orange Division as they took home the bracket title by weekend’s end. Briggs showed off his development as a three-level scorer, averaging 23.0 ppg while knocking down seven 3-pointers and finishing first in total points (92). He put up 36 points against Team Charlotte in an 88-84 victory.

Team EAT has a solid all-around performance

Team EAT took home MVP honors with a solid all-around effort from the guard play of Briggs, Khalil MarshallKhalilMarshall6'1" | PGWord of God | 2022StateNC and Aden HollowayAdenHolloway5'11" | PGCovenant Day | 2023#23NationNC. Marshall was another standout, especially from the 3-point line as he knocked down nine to lead the division. He put up  Aden HollowayAdenHolloway5'11" | PGCovenant Day | 2023#23NationNC, a member of the 2023 class, also made an appearance for Team EAT. He put up 13.8 ppg and finished fifth in the division in total points (55). Another prospect that turned heads was 6-foot-6 forward Graham WorlandGrahamWorland6'6" | PFHough | 2022NC. He’ll be

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