Wednesday, July 6, 2016

America Meet Your Middle School All-American Game Selections





Extensive scouting and resources have been extended to determine the best grouping of players in the country for the Middle School All-American Game.  Over the next several weeks we will introduce America to some of the top talents playing the game at its highest level.  These analyses are not finite and do not represent that any player named will translate continued work and development is essential to the long term future success - hence any player not mentioned therefore has equal opportunity to succeed in the near future or beyond with the requisite hard work.

With that said it is with great pleasure that we introduce class of 2021 Jalen Bradberry, 5'10, shooting guard from upstate New York.  Jalen Bradberry has excellent ball skills and deep shooting range off the catch or dribble. Jalen does a great job creating space off the dribble to get his shot off, and is also a very good passer when he draws a second defender.  He is one of the best natural shooter we have seen and he translates well in an era where a premium is place on this particular skill set.

His body makeup is at this juncture is that he has a big enough frame to be the main scoring option for a team and is tracking as a player you can construct your backcourt around. There's plenty he can improve upon but his overall demeanor and skill shooting the ball will take him places. A High character prospect who at the end of day can put the ball in the basket.  We evaluate him as a high major shooting guard with tremendous upside and we congratulate him on his selection to the Middle School All-American Game.





Ramel Lloyd Jr., 6'1,  joins the 2022 squad for the Middle School All-American Game hailing from California; Lloyd is unquestionable comfortable being a star. He has a very confident way about him but it's not cockiness. Over several years he has proven to be an excellent scorer in a variety of ways. He possesses an excellent mid-range game and can get to the rim against anyone where he is able to use his length to finish. He has a sneaky level of athleticism and is an unselfishly good passer with great vision.

Often Lloyd Jr. operates as a lead guard but possesses depending on growth trajectory a silk smooth wing game.  He will bring length, athletic ability and skill to the Middle School All-American Game as well as the next level where we believe he will be an excellent wing playmaker and create multiple match up problems from that position. A true star in the making, we congratulate him on his selection to the Middle School All-American Game.


All Middle School All-Americans will compete in the upcoming Basketball Spotlight Future Phenom Camp - if you are ready to Battle against the Best in the country click below to register!
http://www.bballspotlight.com/2016/04/the-3rd-annual-basketball-spotlight.html

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