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Method Academy Takes 16U Championship
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (4:16 PM CT, Fri April 12, 2019)
Method Academy take home 16U tile
Method Academy take home 16U tile
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 unknown young players from all south. Method Academy won the 16U  championship.

Lezeric Bailey- 2021, SF of X-Elite was the most athletic player in the gym tonight. Handled the ball well, and was a problem for defenders when going downhill. He was a high flyer attacking the rim, featuring two highlight dunks that shut down the gym an off-the- backboard alley-oop brought the fans to their feet

Michael Prather- 2021, PG of X Elite showed unselfish play a true characteristic of a lead Guard. Handling the ball well, controlling the tempo of the game, Prather handed out 8 assists in his teams tough game. Shifty guard who raises the level of his teammates very efficiently. 

Landon Condiff- 2021, SG of Nike Cy-Fair Elite is a downhill attacker who used his quickness to get to the rim. He's a nightmare for defenders as he's able to score on all three levels efficiently. Crafty around the rim, handles the ball like a PG, and can flat out shoot the rock. He puts the ball on floor for the pull-up, lets it fly from behind the arc, and slashes to the rim. 

Emile Davis- 2021, SF of DFW Hornets displayed a soft touch around the basket. Having scored 12 points and 8 rebounds, Davis was a problem for the opposing team as he scored on all three levels. Used his strength and size to play with his back to the basket and finishing around the rim comfortably. 

Cameron Brown- 2021, PG of EAD White showed his ability to lead and be a floor general orchestrating the offense. Extremely fundamental, makes good decisions and is rare to turn the ball over. Every coach in the country wants a player like Brown leading their program. 

Joshua Kirkland- 2021, PG of EAD White is a bruising point guard who is extremely efficient initiating contact going to the rim. Kirkland led his team, creating high percentage opportunities for his teammates. His knack for rebounding the ball and creating second chances for his team at his position are unmatched. If this prospect gets in the open court, look out because he was one of the better finishers last weekend. 

Bradley Russell- 2021, SF of EAD is a smooth lefty who can flat out stroke the ball from the three point line. A shifty guard who gave problems all weekend to defenders. He scored 16 in a big win in bracket play Saturday night.

Rhino Hernandez- 2021, PG of Method Academy had another strong performance on the weekend leading his team to victory. Hernandez brought the midrange game back in fashion this past weekend  with the 1-2 dribble pull-ups. This prospect averaged 12.5 points and 5 assists per game as he created opportunities for his teammates as well.

Deuce Hardison- 2021, SG of BYG Elite is a familiar face to the Future150 staff. His overall leadership skills were on full display this past weekend.  Don't let his size full you, he can flat out score the rock and he does it effortlessly. He carried his team to a exciting double overtime win in bracket play. Deuce made several timely shots finishing the game. He averaged 13 points and 5 assists per game

Landon Clark- 2021, SG of BYG Elite is a super aggressive attacker who loves contact the rim in both transition and the half court. He uses his handles, quick first step and craftiness to score at will. Clark is the kind of player you want the ball in his hands as much as possible. He finished the tournament averaging 11 points and 3 assists on the weekend.

Jaydon Nava- 2021, SG of BYG Elite had a strong performance on Saturday afternoon scoring 13 points and 6 rebounds in a big win. He was able to attack the rim, pull-up mid-range, and shoot from behind the arc. Nava is a strong prospect at the shooting guard position as he is a also a strong rebounder at his position.

Donte Davis-2021, SF of Eclipse is a long, wiry prospect. His long, lanky frame and athleticism allows him to defend on all three levels. He was an efficient scorer each game as he averaged 10 points on the weekend. Davis brings the whole package being able to score the ball, defend, and rebound having averaged 5 rebounds .

Jerand Bradley- 2021, CF of MA Elite is an aggressive power player who loved scoring at the rim all weekend. He averaged 13 points a game. Bradley was a beast down low as he made a living in the paint. Crashes the boards hard having averaged 8 rebounds throughout the weekend. 

Harris Yaksick- 2021, SG of Xpress Hoops is a sold wing player who never gives up on a play. His relentlessness kept his team competitive all weekend. He knocks down almost every open jumper, sprints the floor, and finds his spots on the floor efficiently. He averaged 11 points and 3 assists throughout the weekend.

Roytavious Morris- 2021, of Team Empire showed great promise averaging 18 points per game during the tournament. His ability to score the ball consistenly quite noticeable all weekend long. He scored on all three levels, created opportunities for others, and showed his abilty to defend. Watch out for this prospect as he's going to fill it up wherever he goes.


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