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RW3 All-Starz Take Home 14U Championship
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (10:01 PM CT, Tue April 9, 2019)
RW3 All Stars take home 14U Championship
RW3 All Stars take home 14U 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 14-Under Championship featured the RW3 All- Starz and the powerhouse FOE 2024 team playing up.  RW3 was in control of the game from start to finish and won the 14U championship with a 38-17.

Carter May- 2023, CF of Nike Cy-Fair Elite showed versatility throughout the game scoring from both the high post and from beyond the three point line. He runs the floor well and was one of the better scoring forward we saw on the weekend. May averaged with 10.5 points and 7 rebounds for the tournament. 

Doryan Onwuchekwa- 2024, PF of FOE 2024 is a force in the paint at 6-foot-6. He makes a living on the offensive glass and showed good footwork around the basket when scoring. As his skill level grows and he stretches his shot to 15-feet, look out.  He averaged 13 points and 10 rebounds on the weekend and led his team to the championship game playing up a age division.

Akintola Akinniyi- 2023, SF of Nike Cy-Fair Elite had a huge game scoring inside the three point line.  He excells when he attacks the the paint and use his athleticism to finish over his defenders. Getting out on the fastbreak, filling lanes and being crafty around the rim are things he did well all weekend long.  He averaged 11 points per game on the weekend.

Sasha Pate- 2024, SG of the Texas Terps is long, wiry and athletic prospect who loves making plays on both ends of the floor. He has good ball skills and is aggressive when attacking the basket. He Averaged 11.5 points and 4 rebounds for the tournament.  Coaches love having this type of player on the floor due to his versatility. 

Tristen Kailey- 2023, SG of EAD is a big time scorer and fearless with the ball in his hands. Keeping his defender off balance, showing his first step burst and absobing contact are things that make him almost impossible to stop. He is the glue guy on the team and can score in bunches from all three levels.  He averaged 13 points and 3 assists on the weekend.

Finley Bizjack- 2023, SG of HEB Storm plays with a passion that fuels his game on both ends of the floor. His relentless style of play, scoring from beyond the arc and making plays for other are things that stand out when you watch him play.  He made play after play to bring his team from a 14 point deficit. He hit the game winning 3-pointer with 2.5 seconds to give his team a big win 65-64.

Adrian Banks- 2023, PG of Texas Tar Heels is a long, wiry and athletic prospect who leads by example. He is the engine for his team and can score in bunches. He played hard on both ends of the floor and helped his team this past weekend in many ways. His ability to push the ball and find players in transition and in the half court make him a dangerous floor general who can also score the ball when needed as well. He scored 19 points, 6 rebounds in a loss.

Oshamar Patterson- 2023, CF of the RW3 Stars had a solid all around performance tonight. Patterson is an athletic and aggressive wing prospect who can handle the ball in transition. He also has a decent mid-range jumper that he mixed up with his drives to make his defenders' lives miserable.He was flying around the basket finishing above the rim. His athleticism and attacking style of was too much for his defenders.

Deontrell Barrett- 2024, PG of FOE 2024 had a huge second half scoring 15 of his 21 points. This smooth lefty has done nothing but get better every time we see him. He loves punishing his defenders off the bounce. Once he gets his defender isolated look out.  No one stopped him off the dribble and he's one of the better finishers at the rim we saw.  He averaged 19 points and 7 assists on the weekend.

Josia Charles- 2023, PG of Venom Prime is a big time slasher who loves pushing the ball and forcing the issue when scoring.  Don't blink or you might miss him. His speed and ball handling skills helped him keep his defender off balance while he scored with ease. Stat Line: 10 points, 5 assists and 2 steals per game.

Das Sanders- 2024, G of United King Phenoms showed a good skill set which helped him score from all three levels.  Sanders is a solid on ball defender, loves making plays for the his teammates and never quits on a play.  If you leave him open, he proved he can make the open jumper with regularity.

Myles Smith- 2023, SG of United Kings is a big time scoring wing prospect who can do it all.  The more he has the ball in his hands them more he makes plays. Coaches love running sets for players like this.   He averaged 12 points per game on the weekend.


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