Posted On: 07/16/21 8:55 AM

Elite talent has traveled to North Augusta, South Carolina and has been packing the Riverview Park Activities Center for the Peach Jam. There has been elite talent nationwide putting their talent on display. Even with the vast amount of star players from across the country, there have been some Michigan players that have seen their skills shine at the event. 

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MeanStreets 78, Mokan Elite 64

RJ Taylor RJ Taylor 5'11" | PG Grand Blanc | 2023 State #108 Nation MI  (MeanStreets) - Taylor felt like engine that pushes the train along. He’s was more than solid on the defensive end, which is evidenced by the fact that he’s currently 3rd in the event in steals per game. Taylor had 8 points, 4 steals, and 0 turnovers in this contest.

Kareem Rozier Kareem Rozier 5'9" | PG Orchard Lake St. Mary's | 2022 State MI  (MeanStreets) - If toughness was measurable, Rozier would lead the nation. He had a classic Kareem Rozier Kareem Rozier 5'9" | PG Orchard Lake St. Mary's | 2022 State MI game, shining as a perimeter stopper, all while scoring 10 points, grabbing 8 boards, and dishing out 5 assists.

All Ohio Red 64, Bates Fundamentals 62

DeCorion Temple (Bates Fundamentals) - Temple was really impressive in this game, showing how far he has come offensively. He had his usual

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