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Alabama Celtics Take 15U Title
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (10:47 PM CT, Thu April 4, 2019)
Alabama Celtics take home 15U Title.
Alabama Celtics take home 15U Title.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Guntersville, AL (Future150) -- The 2019 Future150 Tournament Series was back for its 12th year and got started in Guntersville, AL at the Spring Grind Session.  The tournament featured players from all over the state of Alabama in 17U-12U Boys and 17U Girls.

The 15-Under boys division featured unknow young players from all regions of Alabama.  The Alabama Celtics took home the title beating an aspiring Carver Elite 2023 team playing up a division.  They handled business in an impressive win 68-40.

Jamarion Ryan- 2022, PG of the Alabama Celtics had a very productive game from the lead guard position. He plays hard on every play and makes everyone around him better. Scoring on all three levels, court vision and playing hard nose defense are attributes that stand out when you watch him play. He finished with 18 points and 10 assists in win.

Steven Jones- 2022, SG of SSBA had great game on both ends of the floor. Starting the fast break, making the correct pass and scoring in transition are things he does well.  He did most of his damage in the paint and on offensive rebound put backs. He averaged 11 points and 5 rebounds per game in the tourney.

Rashaad Frye- 2022, PF of Alabama Celtics is a power player who likes to do damage from 15-feet and in. His footwork, rebounding and ability to guard multiple position is what makes him stand out. He had a nice weekend in the paint averaging 8,5 points 6 rebs and 1 block per game. This long wiry prospect has a ton of upside to his game.

Tyson Sexton- 2022, of Carver Elite is a big time scorer who loves to fill it up from deep. His ability to move without the ball and finding open spots makes him hard to guard. Coaches love having this scoring demon on their team. He averaged 13.5 points and 3.5 assists on the weekend.

DeAngelo Davenport- 2022, CG of Bama Crush is big bodied guard who likes to punish his defenders off the dribble. He’s one of the better finishers at the rim we’ve seen so far. Guarding multiple positions on the floor, offensive rebounding and getting to the free throw line are attributes that stand out in his game.

Parker Bell- 2023, SG of Carver Elite can score in bunches especially when he gets out and finishes on the fast break. His ability to break down his defender off the dribble is whant make him a tough guard. If you leave him open, he proved he can make open jump shot from both long and in the mid range.

Isaiah Matthews- 2023, PG of Carver Elite is a lead guard who is like having a coach on the floor. Ball handling skills, court vision and being a leader are things that stand out in his game. He averaged 8.5 points and 5 assists on the weekend.

Cooper Davidson- 2022, SG of SSBA does everything on the floor well and makes his team better when he is in attack mode.  He scores in bunches and draws a ton of attention when he has the ball in his hands. Three point shooting and playing lock down defense are two things he does well.  He averaged 9.5 points per game for the weekend.

Brendan Bett- 2022, PF of SSBA is a force to be reckoned with due to how hard he plays on both ends. He had a solid performance on both ends rebounding and scoring. He averaged 10 rebounds per game in the tourney.

Damion McGlatherry- 2022, SF of Bama Crush had a nice all around tournament averaging 14 points 7 rebounds. This long, athletic and glue guy makes everyone around him better.  Coaches love having this type of player on their team due to the consistency in which they play with.  


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