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Georgia Bison Victorious in 14U Division at #MainEventATL
by Zachary Lyon, Future150 (11:06 AM CT, Thu April 12, 2018)
GA Bisons take home the title at Future150 Main Event ATL
GA Bisons take home the title at Future150 Main Event ATL
Zachary Lyon
Zachary Lyon:

Future150 Regional Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball: NC, SC & VA

Atlanta, GA (Future150) -- The Georgia Bison was really impressive throughout the weekend as they featured a very talented team full of potential stud 2022 prospects. PF Amien Hicks was always the focal point for the Bison, and ultimately he led the way for his team while G Jordan Emory also had some dominant performances on the weekend as well. 

Future150 Main Event Atlanta All Tournament Team: 
Amien HicksGeorgia Bison (GA)
Patrick Burke (MVP), Wolverine Basketball Club (AL)
Seth Hubbard, Georgia Achievers Academy (GA)
Kyle Jones, Georgia Blackhawks (GA)

Jordan Emory, Georgia Bison (GA)

Future150 Main Event Atlanta Honor Roll List: 

Amien Hicks, 2022 F, Georgia Bison (GA): Hicks dominated during pool play on Saturday, running the floor well, protecting the rim, and finishing around the basket. Standing around 6'1" he doesn't have the greatest size for a rising freshman in the post, but his long limbs indicate he may be in store for another growth spurt within the next year or so. 

Patrick Burke, 2022 SG, Wolverine Basketball Club (AL): Burke had one of the most impressive performances among the middle school prospects on Saturday. He was scoring at will in both the transition and half-court settings, and was also very active on the defensive end getting into the passing lanes and grabbing multiple steals for easy lay-up's. As if that wasn't impressive enough, he then proceeded to drop 40-points in a game on Sunday in bracket play to advance his team to the 14U championship game. 

Seth Hubbard, 2022 SG, Georgia Achievers Academy (GA): It was so easy to appreciate Hubbard's playing abilities while watching him throughout the weekend. Standing over 6'0", he was converting off the bounce and off the catch and was almost automatic when getting to the rim. Hubbard has very good basketball bloodlines as his mother played basketball at the collegiate level and his older sister is on full-scholarship at the University of Georgia. We are extremely excited to see how he continues to develop over the next year or so. 

Kyle Jones, 2022 G/F, Georgia Blackhawks (GA): Jones was a scoring machine and was very tough to keep off the glass. Standing nearly 6'1" he has really solid size for a wing at his age. He also impressed on the defensive end being able to guard multiple positions and blocked plenty of shots while using his length to his advantage. 

Jordan Emory, 2022 SG, Georgia Bison (GA): Emory can score at a high clip from anywhere on the floor, and had multiple games where is team would go on a 6-0 or 8-0 run, and he would do it all by himself. The duo of Emory and Hicks made for a deadly frontcourt/backcourt combo, and it was extremely hard for opposing defenders to guard. 

Christian Morgan, 2022 F/C, Georgia United (GA): Morgan was a load in the low-post during the weekend. Having great footwork and post-moves for a prospect his age, he manuevered his way to many easy buckets in the paint. He controlled the glass for his squad on both ends of the floor, and had streaks of dominance where it looked like no one was going to impose his will. 

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