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Dallas Main Event 12U Champions OKC EAD 2025.
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (1:10 AM CT, Sun April 7, 2019)
EAD OKC 2025 takes home 12u Dallas Main Event Title
EAD OKC 2025 takes home 12u Dallas Main Event 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 12-Under division featured a lot of new faces and some old. Teams from all over the Dallas and Oklahoma were on hand to compete and looking for exposure.  The OKC EAD 2025 won the 12U championship in impressive fashion with a 52-35 win over EAD 2025.

Zyhir Fisher- 2025, PG of EAD OKC showed true lead guard skills averaging 13.5 pts and handing out 5.5 assists over the course of the weekend.  He is a good athlete with exceptional ball handling skills.  Speed, team leader and play maker are what make this young prospect special when he steps on the court.

Quinn Jones- 2025, SG of EAD OKC was locked in from the perimeter throughout the weekend, but was especially impressive during one game when he dropped 20 points, including four 3-pointers. At this stage, he's showing signs of being a solid scoring guard as his sixth grade year winds down. He showed great skill averaging 9 points and 3 assists per game during the tournament. 

Kaliq Lockett- 2025, CF of EAD is a presence in the paint blocking shots and scoring. He has good size at 5’8” and can defend multiplayer positions on the floor. He was very impressive protecting the rim and running the floor, getting easy buckets in transition. Once he develops better footwork down low, he could be a nice threat in the frontcourt heading forward. Lockett is definitely a young prospect to keep an eye on in the EAD program. Lockett averaged 12.5 points and 6 rebounds for the tourney.

Johnny Carter- 2025, SF of Hoop Dawgs showed extreme toughness converting on two three point plays . He was very impressive protecting the rim and running the floor, getting easy buckets in transition. Once he develops better footwork down low, he could be a nice threat in the frontcourt heading forward. Mitchell is definitely a young prospect to keep an eye on in the Monroe Select Elite program. Carter finished with 10 pts and grabbed 7 rebounds.

Jared Jordan- 2025, G of the Texas Tarheels is a smooth guard with an effortless stroke, he was unstoppable all weekend long. He can get baskets anywhere he wants, and when necessary, he's able to run the offense as well. Right now, he tracks to become a very good prospect in the DFW area.  He averaged 8 points and 2 rebounds on the weekend.

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