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Method Academy Takes 17U Champions
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (4:10 PM CT, Fri April 12, 2019)
Method Academy takes home 17 Main Event Dallas Title.
Method Academy takes home 17 Main Event Dallas 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 second stop was Dallas, TX.  The Dallas Main Event has been one of Future150's top stops in its series due to all of the talent in the DFW Metro area.

The 17U Boys division featured unknown young players from all over the South. Method Academy and Texas Pride were battled throughout the first half. Through tough defense, Method Academy took off and won the 17U  championship with a 65- 47 win over Texas Pride. 

Jaylon Tyson- 2021, CG of Method Academy Elite had a nice all around game. His downhill attacking style makes him hard to stop. He plays at rim level and loves finishing through contact. He can shoot the ball off the dribble and off the catch. Has the ability to handle the ball very well and shows he is very much deserving of the offer from Oral Roberts. He also has interest from schools such as Pacific, Central Arkansas, & Arkansas Little Rock. He scored 19 points and 8 rebounds in a blowout win.  He takes home MVP.

Jaylon Terry- 2020, SG of the DFW Hornets showed that he has good range knocking down four 3 pointers leading the way with 18 points. Showed his ability to put the ball on the floor and make some things happen, especially getting teammates involved tallying 5 assists. 

Xavier Hall- 2020, PG of LA Hurricanes can take over a game at any point. His ability to hit shots from anywhere on the court and distributing the ball to his teammates makes him near impossbile to stop. He's every coach's dream as he runs the offense and leads defensively with the pressure he applies to opposing point guards.

DaKarai White- 2020, SF of LA Hurricanes has a high motor which goes along with his athletic ability to stand out. He has the poise and resliency to never give up on a play which aids his team to compete each time out. A long, wiry propect who can defend on all three levels and can score in a variety of ways.

Dexter Roper- 2020, Combo guard of Texas Pride can score the ball efficiently whether it be getting to the rim, pulling up midrange, or hitting the open 3. He switched roles from point guard to shooting guard comfortably all weekend. Led his team with 15 points and 7 assists in a close loss. 

Mardarius Scott- 2020, PF of Texas Pride dominated the game on both ends of the floor. He's a man amongts boys. Standing 6”6 Scott wowed the crowd with several rim rocking dunks. He is a strong scorer, rebounder, and rim protector. Runs rim-to-rim in transition and has a good strong body. His stat line was an impressive 18pts 12rebs 6 blocks.

Tyler McGhie- 2020, SG of Xpress Hoops had a strong game shooting the ball from all three levels. Attacking the rim left or right, he was hard to guard off the dribble. Give him a little space, he's pulling up off the dribble or shooting the 3 ball. He scored 19 points and 5 rebounds in a pool play win.

Janina Tot- 2020, PG of MA Elite had a nice game running the show. As all coaches love a floor general that can control the tempo of the game on both ends, Tot did just that. He is extremely dangerous in the open floor and loves getting to the rack when scoring. He scored 21 points in the win. This guard is a true leader with how he plays and he brings it every game.

Mike Prather- 2020, PG of X- Elite showed great promise in the tournament averaging 12 points per game. He showed the ability to score on all three levels, handle the ball, and finish around the rim. Being active on the glass, finishing on the fast break and making it tough for his opponent to score are the attributes that stand out when you watch him play. 

Kamperor Henderson- 2020, of Nike Cy Fair Elite had an average of 12.5 points per game during the tournament. Henderson was an all-around player this weekend, obviously showing his offensve ability, but also rebounding and defensively. He brings a level of toughness to Nike Cy Fair Elite every time they touch the floor.

Jaylyn Jourdan- 2020, of EAD showed true skill averaging 20 points per game throughout the tournament. Handling the ball left and right, Jourdan is hard to stay in front of. His midrange game was on point along with his outside shooting ability. This prospect is hard to stop when he decides to go to the rim.

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