Posted On: 06/23/21 10:08 AM

After year hiatus (for everyone) the Cadillac Summer Shootout returned. Featuring a deep field from primarily Northern Michigan with a smattering of teams from around the state, Here are five standouts from day 1. 

Nicholas Johnson 5-9 2022 Britton-Deerfield (pictured at top of article) The surprise of the day for me. In warm ups I thought he was in for a long day against a Lake Leelanau St Mary’s team that can really get up and down the court. He controlled the tempo of the game and kept it in the halfcourt. Excellent shooter both beyond the arc and in the mid range. Set up teammates well and showed good leadership. Not surprising that he has a good academic profile and is a member of the MHSAA Student Representative Council. Looking forward to catching more of this point guard throughout the week. 

Carson Bourdo 5-11 2022 Traverse City Central The reigning player of the year in the Big North Conference appeared to be very comfortable in his gym and lived up to his billing. If you were watching you wouldn’t need to be told he is also a standout on the gridiron. Played an aggressive and relentless style in back-to-back games and

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