Collision In The Vile: 14U All-Tournament Teams
First Team Jordan Warren HEIGHT 6'3" POS N/A CLASS 2027 Jordan Warren School: Little Rock, AR Club: Buchanan’s Performance Academy 2027 6-foot-3 forward, Jordan Warren blocked every type of shot, whether they were high or low arcing shots, floaters and…
6-foot-3 forward, Jordan Warren blocked every type of shot, whether they were high or low arcing shots, floaters and layups out of his vicinity, and even mid-range pull-ups. Warren’s efforts on the defensive end propelled Buchanan’s Performance Academy into the championship round of play, producing 5 first half blocks that sent the ball either flying out of bounds or into the hands of a teammate. Warren utilized rim protection to set the tone for the game, he picked up so many blocks early-on in games that it forced the opposing team to think twice before coming inside. This Arkansas recruit has extremely long limbs and strides to cover an enormous amount ground in a split second.
Miles Jackson is one of those top-notch defensive prospects that finds a way to impact the game in one way or another. The 6-foot-4-inch forward took pride in his defensive abilities and it showed with the way he sprinted into the lane to protect the basket. Jackson’s fluid athleticism combined with his fantastic physical tools allowed this young man to be a fearless rim protector looking to challenge everything that came inside, displaying a phenomenal hand eye coordination by always getting his hand on the ball alongside an excellent first and second jump. On the perimeter, Miles Jackson showed off his lockdown defensive prowess, his wide wingspan and anticipation shut off driving angles and restricted his opponents space to handle the ball comfortably.
Marquell Robinson had a big time breakout weekend delivering points and wins to Team Griffin. The 6-foot-1 guard showcased another dimension to his game while proving to be more than just a bucket getter. As the primary ball-handler, Robinson carried the scoring load as he’s known to do with his variety of shot making but he also added some effective passing that led his teammates into an easy shot attempts. Good court vision and a strong zip on his throws, Marquell got the ball to his teammates as they were spotting up or on the move, providing a threatening passing and scoring capability out of the pick and roll.