Chi-Town Tip Off: Grit Region 15u All Tournament Teams
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The Chi-Town Tip Off was loaded with both talent and youth. Following are the Grit Regional All Tournament teams from the youngest classification. First Team Navaeh Hawkins 6-6 St Laurence (IL) Highly projectable wing turned in a excellent weekend for…
The Chi-Town Tip Off was loaded with both talent and youth. Following are the Grit Regional All Tournament teams from the youngest classification.
Navaeh Hawkins 6-6 St Laurence (IL) Highly projectable wing turned in a excellent weekend for Chicago Hoops. Projectable due to his long athletic frame. Accordingly excels in transition opportunities.
6-4 Orchard Lake St Mary’s (MI) I covered this prospect rather extensively for my review of Michigan players. I encourage you to check it out. But in summation. One of the elite talents regardless of class in the deep field. Put on an absolute offensive display in two games on Saturday. Has a mature and versatile offensive game. Recently earned MaxPreps Second Team All American honors.
6-4 Kenwood (IL) An advanced wing who can score both inside and out. In addition to a seemingly innate scoring ability. Also sees the court very well and is a good passer. A 2025 prospect from the city of Chicago who could pop into the national recruiting conversation in the next few years.
6-2 Mount Carmel (IL) Used his game changing speed to author the comeback of the tournament on Saturday morning. Trailing Team Rose 3SSB by 20 at the half. Thomas found another gear and sparked the huge comeback for M 14 Adidas Gold. Composed and clutch play earned the overtime victory.
5-10 Bolingbrook (IL) Speedy lead guard had an excellent weekend playing up an age group for Team Rose 2024.
6-5 Whitney Young (IL) While McKenney was providing the offensive fireworks in the mid range. Munoz was making highlight reel plays at the rim. Explosive wing dunked with ease and needed very little runway for lift off. Length and instincts made him a huge factor on the defensive end as well.
6-2 Western (KY) Highly explosive and bouncy Bluegrass state guard playing with the Mac Irvin Fire. Already has elite speed and explosion to the rim.
6-2 New Trier (IL) Jack-of-all trades guard had a good weekend for Full Package. Good shooter and ball handler. Prospect status should rise as he gets bigger.
6-10 Niles Notre Dame (IL) Arguably the largest prospect in the entire field regardless of class. All around game is beginning to catch up with his massive frame. Has come a long way in a short period of time. Was able to dunk with two hands without the use of a power dribble. That was not possible when I watched him last summer with Team Ten Jabari Parker.
6-7 South Beloit (IL) Beefy post prospect did the dirty work down low for a talent laden Meanstreets squad. Strong upper body but also fairly mobile.
Justin Bowen 6-2 Lincoln Park/Team Rose (IL)
Makai Kvamme 5-10 DePaul Prep/Full Package (IL)
5-10 Grosse Pointe North/Michigan Goonies (MI)
Graham Braun 6-3 South Lyon/TC Elite (MI)
6-3 Hinsdale Central/Full Package (IL)