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EYBL Recap: All-Peach-Jam Teams
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (10:35 AM CT, Tue July 12, 2016)
2017 PG Quade Green was voted a 1st team selection.
2017 PG Quade Green was voted a 1st team selection.
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

North Augusta, SC (Future150) -- The Peach Jam is always on of the top tournaments of the summer live periods, and this year's edition was no different. Most of the big names had good weeks, while a couple of players used Nike's biggest stage to prove their worth:

Ari Rosenfeld (@realA_rosenfeld) contributed to this article.


Quade Green, 2017 PG, PSA Cardinals: Green just refused to let his team lose in the semi-finals on Saturday night, as he took over down the stretch to help lead his team from down 18. He used this week to make the case that he is the best pure point guard of the bunch and closed the gap on Tre Duval. 

Trae Young, 2017 PG, MoKan Elite: If Green made the case for best pure point guard, Young made the same one as a scoring point guard. The MVP of the tournament, he saved the best performance for last, as he put up 28 points and handed out 11 assists in the final. 

Michael Porter, 2017 SF, MoKan Elite: Porter is an effortless scorer who is arguably the best potential NBA perimeter prospect in this class and made that clear this past week. He went for 30 points on multiple occasions and looked incredibly impressive doing it. 

DeAndre Ayton, 2017 PF, California Supreme: The best overall prospect in the class has silly potential and led his team to the semi-finals before bowing out to MoKan Elite. Ayton averaged over 20 points and 12 rebounds over the weekend and made his case for #1 at the next rankings update 

Gary Trent, 2017 SG, Howard Pulley: Trent is arguably the best scorer in the country and averaged 30 points a game while shooting 43% for the whole week. His ability to put points up on all three levels has intrigued a number of programs and it appears Kentucky is circling back around for him.  


Brian Bowen, 2017 SF, Meanstreets

Daron Russell, 2017 PG, Team Final

Mitchell Robinson, 2017 PF/C, ProSkills

Hamidou Diallo, 2017 SG, The Rens

Mohammed Bamba, 2017 PF/C: PSA Cardinals


Chaundee Brown, 2017 SG, Nike South Beach

Alex Lomax, 2018 PG, Team Penny

PJ Washington, 2017 PF, Team Penny

Anthony Gaines, 2017 SF, Albany City Rocks

Dhamir Cosby-Roundtree, 2017 C, Team Final


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