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NTX Hawks Bring Home Gold in 16U at #DFWSpringShowcase
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (11:50 AM CT, Wed March 28, 2018)
Future150 DFW Spring Showcase 16U Champs - NTX Hawks
Future150 DFW Spring Showcase 16U Champs - NTX Hawks
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Dallas, TX (Future150) -- The NTX Hawks (TX) capped off a 4-0 weekend by winning the 16U division at the Future150 DFW Spring Showcase, beating Texas Elite 64-52 in the championship game. Cinque Stephens was sensational, scoring 22 points, and winning tournament MVP honors after his big weekend. 

Future150 DFW Spring Showcase All-Tournament Team:

Cinque Stephens, NTX Hawks (TX)
Reginal Adams, Team E.A.D. Elite (TX)
Chandler Dickinson, Peak Elite (TX)
JaKobi Greenleaf, Texas Elite (TX)
Travis Massey, NTX Hawks (TX)

Future150 DFW Spring Showcase Honor Roll List:


Cinque Stephens, 2019 PG, NTX Hawks: The 6'2" guard prospect and tournament MVP had as good of open court speed as any prospect in the division, and he used it to his advantage all weekend long. He's a bouncy athlete who loves to get out in the open floor, but he's also a sniper from the outside, making him a very tough prospect to guard. 

Reginal Adams, 2020 SF, Team E.A.D. Elite: An enforcer from the wing, the 6'3" small forward was a monster throughout the weekend. He gobbled up rebounds on both ends with ease, and was one of the standout defenders in the division. Offensively, he was also a very tough prospect to stop when he was playing downhill going to the rim. 

Travis Massey, 2020 SF, NTX Hawks: An agile 6'6" forward prospect, he's been on our radar for well over a year now. He shined at our Dallas tournament last year, and was named a camp all-star at our Future150 Summit Camp in the summer. Not much has changed, as he continues to put together solid performance after solid performance on the AAU trail. 

JaKobi Greenleaf, 2020 SF, Texas Elite: A bruising 6'2" wing prospect, he was nearly impossible to stop when he was attacking the rim over the weekend. He's a bouncy prospect who has excellent two-way ability. On the defensive end, when he's focused, he can shut down anyone on the opposing team, using his length and athleticism. 

Jalen Guinn, 2021 G, Texas Elite: Playing up an age group in the 16U division, the 6-footer impressed with his natural scoring ability in Dallas. He's a knockdown shooter from the perimeter, which we were able to see weeks ago at our Future150 Junior All-Southwest Camp. He's also developing nicely as a slashing guard as well. 

Chandler Dickinson, 2021 F, Peak Elite: The 6'3" forward prospect is a tough guard. Thickly built but highly skilled, he moves seamlessly between the post and perimeter, catching defenses off-guard however they try to defend him. He's able to score around the rim with nice footwork and post moves, but is also good at extending defenses with his perimeter shooting. 

Daegee Page, 2020 PG, B.C. Running Rebels (TX): The speedy 5'10" guard guard consistently put up high point totals throughout the weekend. He's a fearless driver who loves to attack the rim, which leads to him getting plenty of opportunities at the foul line. As he develops his three-point shooting, he's going to become a very tough cover. 

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