Future Stars Classic: Three Level Scorers
Dion Lane | Powerhouse Lane was one of the most electrifying players competing over this weekend. His ability to catch fire from the perimeter was on full display. When defenders over-committed to the shots was a reliable playmaker when attacking…
Dion Lane | Powerhouse
Lane was one of the most electrifying players competing over this weekend. His ability to catch fire from the perimeter was on full display. When defenders over-committed to the shots was a reliable playmaker when attacking the basket. He has a next level ready skill set.
Logan Ramczyk| Next Level Grind
Is a versatile wing who checked a lot of boxes for the 14U tournament champs. Ramczyk was a reliable ball handler against full court pressure and beating his man to the rim. The point forward minded wing has a high IQ and feel for the game. He saw plays happen before they took place and found himself open for shots when the defense scrambled on drives.
Trace Damrow | CBA North
Damrow is a reliable playmaker with a wiry frame. He was able to put smaller guards on his hip and use his pivots and soft touch in the paint. When off of the ball, Damrow was able to knock down shots with great rhythm consistency. His understanding of the pick and roll was impressive.
Darnell Stitts | Pac Elite AAU
Stitts was a mismatch for teams all weekend. The Pac Elite AAU guard did most of his damage around the basket when matched up against smaller guards. The inside-out scoring guard has great touch when shooting over the top of defenders. The big guard made his mark knocking down jumpers in space.
Tayden Wilke | Next Level Grind
Wilke was a reliable option when the 14U champions tournament champs needed a basket. He did his job attacking his matchup and moving well off the ball. His ability to score in various ways made him hard to contain. What stood out the most was the pace he played with on both sides of the ball.
Kendall Newman | Wisconsin Playground Club
Newman is a poised combo guard that proved to have great instincts over the course for the weekend. His steady handle allowed him to see the floor and be relentless in his attack on the paint. Proved to have some range when teams decided to zone. Newman was at his best weaving through traffic and making plays for a stacked Wisconsin Playground Club.