Posted On: 05/14/22 11:40 AM

Friday kicked off day one of the Memphis in May Invitational AAU Tournament. I was at St. Benedict for the final two games of the evening.

Here are the prospects that stood out.

Emerson Tenner, Team Thad 16U: Tenner did a great job of facilitating in his team’s 66-34 win over Tennessee Blazers 16U. The 5-foot-10 point guard was making the right reads from start to finish, communicating on both ends of the floor, and pushing the basketball up in transition. Tenner did have a stretch where he scored seven straight points, which included a deep 3 from the top of the key. The sophomore is one of the best point guards in the 2024 class, and it just seems like he’s getting better and better each time he steps onto the floor.

Jahvin Carter, Team Thad 16U: Carter plays in the backcourt with Tenner, and it’s a perfect pairing. Both are unselfish on the offensive end, and it’s recipe for disaster for the opposing team. On Friday night, Carter displayed his shooting ability and his ability to take his defender off the dribble. Leaving Carter open isn’t a good idea since he can make 50 percent of his shots

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