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PrimeTime Nationals HS Recap: Saturday Standouts
by Corbin Osby, Future150 (10:51 PM CT, Sat July 30, 2016)
2019 Jason Joseph of Louisiana Knight Rydas Elite
2019 Jason Joseph of Louisiana Knight Rydas Elite
Corbin Osby
Corbin Osby:

Future150 Regional Analyst covering high and middle school basketball. GA, SC, FL

Dallas, TX (Future150) -- The 2016 PrimeTime National Championships rolled on Saturday, where bracket play meant "win or go home", and several players refused to fall victim.

Ramon McGrew, 2019 SF, Louisiana Night Rydas Elite: McGrew is a pure athlete. A kid 6’3" going up in the air and jamming the inbound alley oop into the hoop is always a beautiful sight. His mid-range game is solid; and his ability to get constant offensive rebounds helps him put his team in a position to win games, and adds to his stat sheet. 

Jeremiah Keys, 2019 SG, Dallas Northstars: Keys is a 6’1", smart, energetic guard, with an explosive first step. By the time he puts the ball on the floor, he is past his man and at the rim for a crispy lay-in. He plays defense with pride, unwilling to back down from any challenge. Keys’ competitive aggression is praise worthy and definitely noticeable. 

Keionte Cornelius, 2019 CG, KDC International: Cornelius put his foot on the offensive gas and drove his team to victory. Whenever he steps over the halfcourt line, he’s in range for a bucket. Cornelius can dish the rock with accuracy. He controls the tempo of the game with yo-yo handles and gear changing speed that allowed him to perform ankle breaking crossovers and step back jumpers that dropped straight through the net.

Jason Joseph, 2019 SG, Louisiana Night Rydas Elite: This guard is a playmaker. His basketball IQ is through the roof; and he can knock down the long-range trifecta without a problem, going for 18 points that were all 3-point shots. Joseph plays with a confidence and calmness that makes it hard to picture his team losing, even when they are down.

Timquorian Johnson, 2019 CG, Arkansas Pacers: He's a strong combo guard that leads his the with speed and skill. Johnson can be effective on and off the ball. He never seems to get frustrated; and dominates the opposing team’s defender with an arsenal of moves when they play up close, and makes shots when the defender plays off of him. Johnson really gets after the win, when the game clock starts.

Josh Johnson, 2019 SG, KDC International: He's a silky smooth, laid-back shooter that is dominant from the 3-point line. His shooting form was precise every time he shot the ball. His shooting ability caused double teams; in return, it provided opened opportunities for other players. 

Davion Graham, 2019 Forward, Arkansas Pacers: Graham is a high-energy forward with a lot of bounce. He’s extremely physical, can score the ball, and is willing to do whatever is needed of him to put his team in a winning position. He is a high character guy that has a lot of passion for the game.

Jerome Anthony, 2019 PG, Louisiana Night Rydas Elite: This kid was a blur on the court, sprinting past any obstacle in his way. When the opponent was on fast breaks, he would sprint down the court to steal the ball from the opposition, and then start his own fast break. Anthony’s dynamic speed will take him a long way. He needs to work on his jump shot, but can knock if you give him an open opportunity.


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