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2013 Elite 32 Session Two: Sunday Recap
by Garrett Tucker, Future150 (11:44 AM CT, Tue July 23, 2013)
Durham, Harper & Huell lead Team Breakdown 16s this weekend.
Durham, Harper & Huell lead Team Breakdown 16s this weekend.
Garrett Tucker
Garrett Tucker:

Future150 Southeast Analyst. Covering high school basketball across the Southeast.

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- Sunday proved to be another big day for several prospects in attendance at the second session of the Elite 32. With tons of coaches in attendance, several young and under-the-radar players distanced themselves from the rest.

Here are the players that stood out on Sunday:

Dewan Huell, 2016 PF, Team Breakdown: Paired alongside teammate Juwan Durham, Team Breakdown has a formidable front line with Dewan Huell leading the way. The long, athletic shot-blocker does an outstanding job of protecting the rim on the defensive side of the ball. At 6-foot-9, 190-pound power forward runs very well from end to end, leading to easy dunks and baskets in transition. Huell has high-major written all over him, as South Carolina and Louisville watched him very closely over the weekend. Florida, Florida State, and Miami are among the other schools already interested.

Dwayne Bacon, 2015 SF, Showtime Ballers: With tons of high-major offers rolling in for Bacon, he was one of the must-watch players throughout the Elite 32. The 6-foot-6 forward is always known to produce, but he really made a point against the SC Raptors Elite on Sunday. With no one his size to matchup against, Bacon made a living at the rim. He finished throughout contact consistently, pacing Showtime with 18 points and a big win. Tennessee is one of the recent schools to offer Bacon after his strong performance over the weekend.

Tyler Yoder, 2014 SF, Tennessee Chosen Few: Yoder made a statement on Sunday with his impressive shooting performance from outside. The 6-foot-6 wing made shot after shot from behind the three-point line, leading his squad to a lopsided victory. The rising senior has great mechanics on what is a beautiful shot, as he was arguably the best pure shooter in attendance for the second session. He will be a solid Division II/NAIA player at the next level.

Hasan Abdullah, 2015 PG, Birmingham Ice: Abdullah proved he was one of the most dangerous point guards in the event, as he showcased an uncanny knack to pass the basketball. He thrived in transition with the ball in his hands, where he constantly found open teammates for easy buckets. Despite being 5-foot-10, Abdullah sees the floor extremely well and does a nice job of being on the same page with his teammates. He has no offers yet, but with the way he can pass the ball, they will come soon.

Devin Peterson, 2014 PG, Atlanta All-Stars: Another point guard that made a statement with his ability to get others involved was none other than Devin Peterson. He did a nice job of finding his teammates, whether it was in transition or in the half-court. He excelled at coming off of ball screens and hitting mid-range shots. The 6-foot-1 guard was also very active on defense, as he used his quickness and hands to make life difficult for opposing teams.

Jarvis Calhoun, 2014 SG, Birmingham Ice: It wasn’t the best weekend for the Birmingham Ice, but UAB-commit Jarvis Calhoun did his best to keep his team competitive, especially in an early matchup vs. Team Breakdown on Sunday. Calhoun used his shooting ability and creativity to make things happen against a bigger team, as he posted 22 points in a loss. The Birmingham native looks to be quite the player for Jerod Haase and the Blazers at UAB for the future. With his shooting ability, he should be one of the better three-point guys in Conference USA.

Cedric Harper, 2014 CF, TAB Spurs: Harper was one of the more athletic players that took the court on Sunday, as he impacted his team with his finesse game. He has a high motor and plays hard at all times, leading to easy baskets for himself. He is very active on the offensive glass, and he rebounds well and blocks shots on defense at 6-foot-5. He will need to work on some skill work if he wants to be successful at the next level, but he definitely has a chance as a solid Division II player.


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