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Lee Green Basketball Takes Home 14U Championship
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (2:28 PM CT, Wed May 15, 2019)
Lee Green Basketball takes home 14U Title.
Lee Green Basketball takes home 14U Title.
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 14U Boys division featured unknown young players from all over the South. Team Lee Green Basketball won the championship in a 14U division with many talented players.

Let's take a look at some feature players throughout the weekend in the 14U Division below:

Jeremiah Green - 2024, PG of Lee Green Basketball is a scoring lead guard with a ton of upside. He has the ball on a string to show case his excellent ball handling skills. He is able to score on all three levels, shoots the midrange well, gets to the rim, and makes everyone around him better.

Jalen Shelley - 2024, SF of Lee Green Basketball is a long, wiry wing player who can score the ball very well from all three levels. He gets to the rim at will, can score from midrange, shoot the outside shot, and he has a high basketball IQ which he uses to get teammates scoring efficiently as well. He plays intense defense and is a great transition player.

Jeremiah Rougley - 2023, F of the Longview Pack is a strong-bodied post who plays with a high motor and runs the floor very well. He's active on both ends of the floor, crashes the boards relentlessly, and is an efficient scorer in the paint. He leads by example, battles in the post, dives for loose balls, and is just a great example of a blue collared worker on the hardwood.

Jaylen Washington - 2024, PG of Team BeGreat Warriors is a shifty guard that keeps defenders on their heels. He can score on all three levels, driving to the rim, hitting shots from midrange, and also knocking down shots from outside. Washington is a lead guard who sees the floor very well, plays unselfishly, and creates one second opportunities for his teammates. He also had a great feel as a defensive player, playing aggressively in the passing lanes to force turnovers.

Cyrus Shaw - 2023, PG of EAD is a pass first floor general who sees the floor very well. He is long, athletic, and plays his role as the lead guard efficiently. His strong, tight handle allows him to get where he wants on the floor to be a playmaker, which he makes the right play all the time. As the team leader, he has the ability to get to the rim and score, hit outside shots, and also defends aggressively.

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