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AYG Lakers Take Home 12U Championship
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (2:12 PM CT, Wed May 15, 2019)
AYG Lakers take home 12U Title at Dallas Battleground.
AYG Lakers take home 12U Title at Dallas Battleground.
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 fifth stop was Dallas, TX. The Dallas Battleground Event has been one of Future150’s top stops in its series due to all of the talent in the Dallas area. The 12U Boys division featured unknown young players from all over the South. The AYG Lakers won the championship in a 12U division with many talented players.

Let's take a look at some feature players throughout the weekend in the 12U Division below:

Cameron Davidson - 2025, CG of the AYG Lakers is a big time scoring guard who can flat fill it up. He displayed a nice handle, shooting ability, and his ability to score by getting to the basket. Davidson has a high basketball IQ, sees the floor to get teammates involved, and moves well without the ball. He can shoot very well from outside, has good enough instincts to pull up from midrange, and featured games where he had 17 points and 4 assists.

Cameron Lewis - 2025, C of the AYG Lakers is a big post player who sprints the floor rim to rim. He knows how to use his length on both ends of the court. Lewis has a great feel for rebounding the ball and crashes hard on the defensive and offensive ends. He's also a rim protector in the paint, creating rebounding opportunities for himself and his teammates. When he's given the ball in the paint, he is strong with his moves, finishes well, and has a soft touch on his shot.

Esteban Arambel - 2025, PG of the AYG Lakers is a lead guard who controls the tempo of the game. He's a shifty floor general who takes defenders off the dribble and finds open teammates for scoring opportunities. What makes Arambel so dangerous is his length and ability to score from anywhere on the court. He never takes a play off, giving 110% on both ends, and plays with a very high motor.

Michael Gatewood - 2025, CG of City 2 City is an athletic player who excels in transition. He pushes the ball up the court when he has the ball and sprints wide when is not the ball-handler on the floor. He showed off his ability to pull-up in a wide variety of ways and used plenty of shot fakes to create scoring opportunities. Gatewood not only was a strong offensive player, but he clamps down on defense, having forced plenty of turnovers this weekend with his active hands.

Keith Paige - 2025, CG of City 2 City is an extremely athletic, quick player with a scoring mentality. He plays an all-around game featuring assists and steals as he's active on the defensive end forcing transition opportunities. However, what stands out most about Paige is his scoring ability in which he had some 25+ point games throughout the weekend. One game, he tallied 25 points, 5 assists, and 6 steals which is quite the demonstration of how much he impacts the game for his team. 

Kason Brown - 2025, SF of Drive Nation  is a long, athletic, skilled wing who likes to score off the bounce. He is active and has a great feel for crashing the boards on both ends. He showed a quick first step getting to the basket and was able to score on all three levels. He shoots from outside, but showed more of shooting off the dribble in the midrange than anything. He plays with energy on the defensive end, forcing turnovers and creating transition opportunities.

Parker Viers - 2025, SG of Drive Nation is a big time player who can score, pass, and defend. He attacked the rim, hit the floater from the paint as one of his ways of scoring, and hit the outside shot. He has a high basketball IQ, attacking the kill spots and getting teammates involved with crisp passes. Viers plays with a lot of intensity and his team feeds off his energy.

Max Gressle - 2026, SG of the Texas Dynasty is a smart guard who sprints the floor, displays leadership, and is an overall solid player for his Texas Dynasty team. Gressle is a strong shooter who has the ability to score on all three levels. He showed his ability to get to the basket with a strong handle, pulled up from midrange when there were openings, and nailed the outside shot in many situations such as sprinting the floor in transition or spotting up in the half-court.


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