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EAD 2024 Takes Home 13U Championship
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (2:28 PM CT, Sun April 7, 2019)
EAD 2024 takes home 13U Championship.
EAD 2024 takes home 13U Championship.
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 13-Under division featured some of the best young talent in the Dallas Metro area.  The championship game featured the EAD 2024 vs the Texas Tarheels 2024.  The game was close during the first half.  The second half was a different story with EAD pulling away for 46-33 win.

Isaiah McLemore- 2024, SG of Hoop Dawgs is a familiar face to Future150. He has stretched out some, scores on all three levels and played solid on ball defense. As he becomes more athletic look for his game to take the next step. He averaged 14 points and had 4 on the weekend.

Lukas Ramning-2024, PF of the Bulldogs has solid size for a post at his age standing around 5'11". He used his height and length to get plenty of easy buckets over the top of shorter defenders all weekend long. He was a good rebounder on both ends of the floor, and grabbed plenty of offensive rebounds that led to second chance buckets. He averaged 9 points and 6 rebounds in the tournament.

Mareese Graham- 2024, SG of the Bulldogs is a prospect  thatt proved to be an effective scorer throughout his weekend at Main Event Dallas. He was able to score the basketball on all three levels and picked his spots well on the offensive end. Defensively, he must continue to work on his foot speed but showed that he's solid when getting in passing lanes.

Jalen Webb- 2024, C of EA Ducks The 6'0" big man is the anchor to the powerful Ducks bunch, and there's a lot to like with him as he continues to develop. He's a relatively young prospect for his grade and already has excellent athleticism and footwork around the rim. With his current mobility, it's easy to see him playing on the wing in the future if he doesn't get quite tall enough to play in the low block in high school and beyond.  He averaged 15 points and 9 rebounds per game.

Nathan Davis- 2024, PG of EA Ducks The strong and fearless guard was most impressive as a slasher last weekend. He got to the rim with ease and had no problem finishing against much bigger defenders. Defensively, he stayed engaged and active, backing down from nobody in the process. Look for him to emerge as a vocal leader in the future.  He averaged 8.5 points and 4 assists on the weekend.

Landon Brown- 2024, PG of Texas Tarheels has a smoothness to his game seeming to always be in control. His quickness, ball-handling and court vision made him almost impossible to stop. In the semi-final game, he controlled the game from start to finish in a tough physical game. He's a coaches dream. He averaged 11.5 points and 3.5 assists on the weekend.


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