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Cleaning Out the Notebook: #EYBL Dallas Roundup
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (7:54 PM CT, Tue May 13, 2014)
Athletes First SG Curran Scott had a big weekend.
Athletes First SG Curran Scott had a big weekend.
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

Future150 GM / Senior National Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball.

Dallas, TX (Future150) -- With the second session of the EYBL in the books, Future150 wraps up our coverage of the event by combing through our notebooks and picking out some of the prospects who had productive weekends. Here are some kids worthy of ink after their play last weekend.

Luke Maye, 2015 PF, Team United: The 6-foot-7 power forward has been a model of consistency for his team. In Dallas, he absolutely dominated, averaging 17.5 points and 9.3 rebounds, including a huge game against The Family, where he scored 25 points and grabbed 16 rebounds. Notre Dame, St. Joe's and Rhode Island are the latest schools to pull the trigger on offers for the Hough (NC) post. 

Curran Scott, 2015 SG, Athletes First: While all the buzz has been around Allonzo Trier, it has been the play of Scott that has helped keep the team winning. He came on strong in Dallas, stringing together games of 16, 21, 16 & 15 points. He is also averaging 2.0 assists per game and has been a steady decision maker for his team. 

Tyrique Jones, 2016 PF, Expressions Elite: An impressive looking forward at 6'7", 240-pounds, Jones is having a big circuit playing for Expressions. In Dallas, he averaged 11.3 points and 6.0 rebounds per game, showing the ability to be a strong finisher around the rim and a big time rebounder on both ends of the floor. After his big weekend, Kansas State offered. Expect more high majors to come calling soon.

Darion King, 2015 PF, Wisconsin Playground Elite: Another bruising forward suiting up in the EYBL is the 6-foot-6 post. While battling against much bigger players, King uses rebound positioning and brute strength to get results on the floor. He capped off his weekend in impressive fashion, scoring 19 points and grabbing 6 rebounds in a loss to a powerful Team Penny squad. Low major schools should be tracking the Racine Case (WI) prospect.

Khalea Turner, 2016 PF, Jackson Tigers: The 6-foot-9 sophomore ended the weekend on a high note, scoring 12 points and grabbing eight rebounds in a loss to Team Final. He has soft touch around the basket and is very skilled for such a young kid. Some basketball minds have already written off Turner as a young phenom who hasn't panned out, but don't be so quick to do the same. He has a very high ceiling and is putting up solid numbers in the EYBL circuit. 

Bruce Stevens, 2015 PF, Nike Team Louisiana: The Bay Springs (MS) forward is another strong post prospect who is seeing his stock rise on the circuit. While he looks more like a football prospect at 6'7", 265-pounds, his overall skill set is helping him produce for NTL. The physical post had his best game of the weekend against the Georgia Stars, where he scored 12 points and grabbed 6 rebounds.

Sacar Anim, 2015 SG, Howard Pulley: An explosive 6-foot-4 wing, Anim is carving himself out a nice niche as a big time slasher and finisher around the rim. He has the size and explosiveness to excel at the mid-major level, and he is becoming a big target in the Midwest. His highlight game in Dallas came against Athletes First, where he recorded 25 points and 5 rebounds.

Simeon Carter, 2015 PF, Team United: The explosive 6-foot-8 power forward falls under the radar playing behind Luke Maye, but he created quite a stir this past weekend in limited minutes. He showed the ability to be a big time shot-blocker and rebounded the ball well. He runs the floor with ease and was scoring well around the rim. Against Baltimore Elite, he had a highlight game of 10 points and 8 rebounds. 


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