Tuesday, February 3, 2015

P2BBall.com Invitational Tournament 4th Grade All-Tournament Team

The P2BBall.com Invitational Tournament attracted many of the top players from across the country – their Prolific Performances impressed the many in attendance as well as our national scouts.  Its our pleasure to introduce you to our 2023 All-Tournament Team.

Tournament MVP - Samaritine "Fatman" Bogues


Samaritine “Fatman” Bogues (Bmore’s Finest) – The consummate point guard Bogues put up solid point and assist total all weekend long and made the players around him better.  His ability to knock down the outside shot has improved since we last seen and his mechanics look very solid as does the release point and release quickness.  This improvement has helped him and his team as it creates ample space for everyone to operate.  Always a problem to guard in space this weekend was no difference as he was impossible to contain.  Love seeing a top rated player not rest on the his laurels and continue to get in the gym and work on his game – “Fatman” is one of those special kids and talents who does that and more.



 
DeJuan Lane (Bmore Finest) – Lane played tough as nails and caused problems all over the court on the defensive end.  He easily transitioned from defense to offense and allowed his defense to dictate his offense on many occasions.  We liked his penetration and finishing ability and believe that Lane is ready for national consideration as he was a top performer on a very impressive team all weekend.

Derrick Queen (Bmore Finest) – The man in the middle dominated the paint all weekend long – he was shot blocker and cleaned the glass like a Windex Man.  He wasn’t only a presence he played big and moved well in the half court.  His presence allowed the guard to pressure the ball as just having him in the back made the team better.  Caught the ball and put the rock in the hole in the painted area made a difference for his team throughout.

Jamar Parker (General Highway Tigers) – The big combo forward whose team may have been the surprise of the weekend impressed with his versatility and interior scoring ability.  Took the ball off the glass and finished as well as taking it pushing it coast to coast.  Showed the ability to knockdown the open shot and put up double figures each time out leading his team to a 2nd place finish in the age group.

Amari Farr (RoRo Road Runners) – One of the smoothest jump shots in the age group, his ability in the mid-range was impressive.  Scored well throughout and played with confidence even when the defenses shifted to stop him.  Was able to handle against pressure and do a lot in the middle of the floor and the paint.

Jaylen Surreal (RoRo Road Runners) – Versatile guard who handled and showed the ability to score from the perimeter.    Used his length to go over defenders in the paint and to create havoc on defense – displayed a overall impressive skill set with lots of upside. 

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