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EAD 2022 And Eclipse Take Home 15U Titles
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (2:02 AM CT, Wed April 10, 2019)
EAD 2022 takes home the 15U Gold Title
EAD 2022 takes home the 15U Gold Title
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Dallas, TX (Future150) -- The 2019 Future150 Tournament Series was on the road again this past weekend and the second stop was Dallas, TX.  The Dallas Main Event has been one of Future150's top stops in its series due to all of the talent in the DFW Metro area..

The 15U Boys division featured teams from 3 different states including California.  EAD 2022 won the 15U Gold championship  with a 55- 36 win over Texas Dynasty. Eclipse 2023 won the Silver championship with a 58- 44 win over BYG Elite. 

Let's check out the top performers on the weekend in the 15U division.  

Tyus Parrish Tillman- 2022, PF of 24/7 Select was the surprise of the tournament.  Tillman is a big time prospect in the 2022 class. At 6-foot-7 inches tall and about 210 pounds, he can punish you with his offensive skill set both inside and out. His game kinda reminds us of Draymond Green.  Look for his name at the next national rankings update.  #Frosh/SophSummit

Grant Kostos- 2022, PF of EAD is 6-foot-6 inches tall, athletic and extremely fundamental. He does most of his damage in the paint and on the offensive glass. Never giving up on a play, guarding multiple positions and creating second chance points are all things that stand out when you watch him play. His 12 points 8 rebounds per game help his team to win the championhsip.

Makhi Dorsey- 2022, PG of EAD was one of my favorite players on weekend. He can put his team on his back and carry them to victories. This lead guards skill was on full display all weekend long. His scoring ability and court vision makes him one of the top PG’s in the class. He averaged 15 points and 5 assists as his team won the championship. #Elite24AllStar  #Frosh/SophSummit

Adrian Chevis- 2022, SG of EAD is a high scoring combo guard who can put points up on multiple levels. He can get to the rim or knock down the perimeter jumper. Chevis plays with a high IQ and made plays for his teammates throughout the weekend. He had a strong showing tonight scoring 22 points and 5 assists in a big win. This combo guard can do it all.

Jaylen Bell- 2022, PG of Nike CY Fair Elite plays with a good feel and showed excellent court vision. He makes good decisions and makes everyone around him better.  Not only can dish the rock he can score in bunches as well. He averaged 14 points and dishing out 6 assists on the weekend.

Orion Tomlnson- 2022, PG of 24/7 Select was one of the best scoring lead guards we saw on the weekend.  He has a great first step, showed excellent court vision and makes everyone around him better.  He can score in bunches and averaged 23 points, 5 assists and 4.5 rebounds.  Look for him take the next step in his game as he gets stronger. #Frosh/SophSummit

Spencer Hutchison- 2022, SF of Texas Dynasty is a high flyer and displayed super athletic ability bringing the crowd to their feet with several high flying dunks. He makes a living attacking the basket. Spencer averaged 14 points and grabbed 10 rebounds per game on the weekend.

Avery Jackson Jr.- 2022, CG of Texas Dynasty can best be described as a sharpshooter. Jackson's long range bombs kept his team in all of the games they played. In one game he went 5 of 6 from three point line who helped his team win. Stat Line: 14 points and  3 assists on the weekend.

Jotavious Morris- 2022, PG of Team Empire plays with a good feel and always seems to make the right play. He is a open court player and likes to get downhill on his defenders. His decision making and scoring prowis makes his game fun to watch. Stat line: 13 points and 5 assists on the weekend.. 

Brandon Hardison- 2022, PG of BYG Elite is a shifty and crafty lead guard who can flat out score the rock. Don’t get fool by his size, this player can do it all. Breaking down defenses, making quick decision and being a team leader are the skills that all coaches want.  He averaged 18 points and 5 assists on the weekend.

Ibrahima Diallo- 2022, PG of Hoop Dawgs is a super quick, shifty lead guard who can get any where on the court he chooses. He loves slashing to the rim to go along with his perimeter jumper game. He scored 21 points in a loss.

Cydd Ford- 2022, G of RTK Elite was one of the more impressive guards in the division.  He can play both guard positions and his ball handling skills allow him to score a will. Coaches love having a player like Ford due to you know what you get every time he steps onto the floor. Throughout the tournament, he average 11 points per game.

Clyde Cummings- 2023, PF of RTK Elite is a familiar face who has grown to 6’5”, matured and plays hard on both ends. His relentless effort on the offensive glass gave his team a ton of second chance points. Cummings did most of his damage in the paint. He averaged 14 points and 10 rebounds for the tournament.

Donte Davis- 2021, SF of Eclipse 2022 has a strong showing all tournament long.  He is a wiry, long and athletic prospect who does it all for his team. Playing mulitple positions, guarding multiple positions and rebounding on both ends are things that stand out. He had an average of 11 points per game during the tournament.

Joshua Pearre- 2022, G of Eclipse 2022 can score on all three levels, has a quick first step and loves playing defense.  Competitor, play maker and selfless are the attributes he displays when you watch his game. He had an impressive average of 12.5 points per game for the entire tourney.

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