– The Elite Basketball Circuit made its annual trip to Oregon where the young talent has shown improvement with each passing year. This year’s camp was no different as the crop of young players proved to be extremely skilled and talented once again. However, it was the playmaking guards that stood out above the rest.
Here are the top 10 players that stood out in Beaverton:
- Bogdan Chobu of PDX Elite showed that he’s a strong and explosive scoring point guard earning him the title of 8th grade MVP.
- 2024 Boden Howell of Salem Hoops embraced his talent as a combo guard earning him the title of 7th grade MVP.
- 2025 Boston Walker of Dynasty Elite displayed his versatility and physicality earning him the title of 6th grade MVP.
- Zamir Paschal of Seattle, Washington earned his way to receive the title of 5th grade MVP.
- 2024 Terrance Hill of Northwest Athletics is another talented combo guard noticed in Beaverton.
- 2023 point guard, Alejandro Gonzalez of All Around Players was by far the most improved player since we last saw him as a 7th grader.
- 2023 Trevor Yamin of Dynasty Elite was recognized as an all-around talented playmaker.
- 2023 Ryan Schleicher of Dynasty Elite showed his skills as an excellent playmaker and scoring guard.
- 2024 Becket Currie of Portland Supreme displayed his leading guard talents through his remarkable technical skills with the ball.
- 2025 Dallas Washington of Oakland Soldiers was noticed as an all-around guard a she turned heads in Beaverton.