Posted On: 05/2/21 9:11 PM

With 31 top clubs from across the Midwest gathered to do battle, there were countless good performances deserving recognition. But over two days, a handful of players stood out.

Antwaun Massey Antwaun Massey 6'8" | PF Olathe East | 2021 State KS stood out physically as the most impressive player in the event. But he wasn’t necessarily the best player on his dominant KC Spurs team, and besides, he’s a 2021 grad who has reclassified for 2022. So we’ll leave him out of the consideration for tournament honors, as well as 2021 grads Joshua Symonette and Will Townsend Will Townsend 6'8" | PF Shawnee Mission East | 2021 State KS , who were very good in their own right.

Here is the Midwest Grind Session 17U All Star Team (in alphabetical order):

First Team:

Jameer Clemons Jameer Clemons 5'10" | CG Derby | 2022 State KS , 2022, 5-foot-10 guard, Midwest Magic – Hernandez, Derby HS:

The point guard for the Magic was incredibly competitive on breakaways to the rim. He met bigger, taller players at the hoop and thwarted numerous shots over the weekend. His leaping ability is matched by his compettive fire. He refuses to give up on a play, or a game. He led his club to a great weekend, which culminated in taking the dominant KC Spurs Black to the wire. Clemons scored 17 points

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