Here are the top 10 players that stood out at the EBC Colorado:
- Hardwood Elite’s Cole Records earned 8th Grade MVP and continues to show tremendous improvement and has potential to be an immediate impact player at the high school level. The 6’2” wing is a strong and a tremendous competitor and has improved his guard and playmaking skills.
- A-Game Athletes’ Trey Murray earned 7th Grade MVP as he went out and competed by choosing to guard his opponents full court. Murray has tremendous confidence and it shows as he performs outstanding poise on both ends.
- HookEm’s LaDavian King was a spotlight at this past weekend’s camp and rightfully earned the title of 6th grade MVP as one of the top players at his grade level on the G365 circuit.
- Jaylen Crittendon from San Antonio, Texas continues to prove that he is one of top guards at his grade level. Crittendon is another high IQ guard that can dish out dimes as well finishing at the basket earning him the title of 5th Grade MVP.
- Colorado Tundra Elite’s Seven Carter had a terrific showing playing up against 5th and 6th grade competitors. Carter is a leading guard who has a tight handle and excellent court vision earning him the title of 4th Grade MVP.
- 2023 wing from Colorado Elite Theron Coleman was one of the more athletic and high-flying players at the camp. Although a very smooth player, Coleman attacked the rim with a purpose and finished on most occasions.
- 2023 forward from CO Roughriders Jathan Alston did most of his damage in the paint. He has excellent rebounding skills on both ends is a high energy player.
- 2023 wing from Central KS Express TeJon McDaniel can shoot from the three, slash to the basket, and has an advance understanding of positioning himself to help on defense.
- 2024 from GIVE Doren Sacha showed his toughness by competing through an early injury. Offensively, Sacha is always an aggressive player and can easily score at all three levels.
- 2024 from GIVE Owen Foster is a tough competitor that attacks opponents on both ends of the floor. His offensive game might still be a bit raw, but it has improved, and it still gets the job well done.