This past weekend was the Zero Gravity NERR tournament. Here is 5 standout performers from the event. Justin Allen 5'11" | PG | 2023 Franklin | Take Charge Justin had one of the best performances of the entire tournament. He…
This past weekend was the Zero Gravity NERR tournament. Here is 5 standout performers from the event.
Justin had one of the best performances of the entire tournament. He had a huge game with 38 points, to go along with 9 three pointers made. He was a force and could not be stopped. He didn’t just make 9 threes pointer, he did it at a high percentage. He is a skilled playmaking guard, with long range. Justin is a player to watch this coming high school season.
Derek is a tough gritty player. He was diving on the floor for loose balls, and out working everyone on the court this past weekend. He does many things that show up on the stat sheet to impact the game and many things that don’t show up on the stat sheet but are still very important. He has very long range, and is always a threat from the outside. He has a consistent floater, that helps him score on bigger defenders. He cuts hard and sets good screens to free up his teammates. He is a smart player, with the game to be an impact player at the college level.
Barret had a standout tournament for the Magic. I think Barrett has the potential to be a scholarship player. He is a high level playmaker, and made plays throughout the weekend. He can score at all the three levels, and he showed that this weekend. He has a variety of finishing moves and can play above the rim. He played with high intensity all weekend and showed his upside to his game.
Raul was key down the stretch in a couple of close games for his Expressions team. He plays a grade up, and that doesn’t faze him. He is one of the tougher players you will find. He made a huge put back off an offensive rebound at the buzzer in one game to give his team this win. He is only in the class of 2027, so he has plenty of time to keep proving his potential
Brian had a standout weekend for Mass Elite. He can create his own shot, has long range, and is a constant playmaker. Brain and the Mass Elite team proved they can play with the best of the best, beating a high level talented EYBL team. Brain has a good feel for the game and is also a good ball on ball defender. Brain has gone a bit under the radar, but should start to get the attention he deserves.