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Pitt JamFest Day 3 Recap: Sports U and Team Loaded Shine
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (3:51 PM CT, Tue April 24, 2012)
2013 Kris Jenkins put on a show at Pitt JamFest
2013 Kris Jenkins put on a show at Pitt JamFest
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Pittsburgh, PA (Future150) -- The final day of the Pitt Jamfest was filled with exciting quarter and semi-finals, as well as a fantastic championship game in the 16's bracket. In the end it was Sports U (17's) Team Loaded (16's) and The City (15's) that walked away triumphant. Here are a few players who stood out:

Wade Baldwin, 2014 SG, Sports U 16's: In the semi-final game Quadri Moore was ejected and Karl Towns Jr. was in foul trouble throughout the contest. Luckily for Sports U, Wade Baldwin stepped up and carried the scoring load for his team to the tune of 18 points. Baldwin also came up with a couple of key steals at the end of the game in order to ice the victory.

Hallice Cooke, 2013 SG, Sports U 17's: Cooke might of had the biggest weekend out of anyone as he carried Sports U all the way to the championship behind a string of brilliant performances. In the championship game he continued his big weekend of scoring and was a nightmare in transition. He showed off his range yet again and was able to get into the lane with ease. He was a major reason why Sports U rolled in the championship game.

Kris Jenkins, 2013 SF/PF, DC Assault:  Jenkins continued to prove that high gigantic high school season was for real. His ability to hit perimeter jumpers is a new strength of his and makes him a matchup nightmare. He plays with a high motor at all times and is a decent rebounder. While his recruitment has already begun to take off, it might jump to the elite category if he plays well this summer and continues to work on his ball skills.

Cody & Caleb Martin, 2014 SFs, Team Loaded: The Martin twins were fantastic yet again, causing all sorts of problems for the opposing defenses. Both Martins were able to put the ball on the floor and get into the lane, often finishing or kicking the ball out to each other for the open three. Their games are amazingly versatile and whatever program can land then both will be very happy

Quadri Moore, 2014 C, Sports U 16's: Moore has a major reason why Sports U was able to get out on a 16-0 lead on Team Loaded in the championship game. Moore showed off his improved stroke, as he shot 4-6 from three, which is impressive for a player of his size. He also blocked a bunch of shots and controlled the boards. If Moore plays like he did this weekend all summer he will undoubtedly be due for a major rise in our rankings. 



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