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SSBA Takes 12U Spring Grind Session Title
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (4:21 PM CT, Fri March 29, 2019)
SSBA takes home the 12U Title at Spring Grind Session.
SSBA takes home the 12U Title at Spring Grind Session.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Guntersville, AL (Future150) -- The 2019 Future150 Tournament Series was back for its 12th year and got started in Guntersville, AL at the Spring Grind Session.  The tournament featured players from all over the state of Alabama in 17U-12U Boys and 17U Girls.

The 12U Boys division featured unknow young players from all regions of Alabama.  SSBA out of the host facility Supreme Courts beat Carver Elite out of Huntsville in the championship game 53-48.  

Let's check out some of the top performers in the age group and see who the next college prospects might be in the years to come.

Julyon Jordan-2025, SG of SSBA is a glue guy who loves scoring on the fastbreak. He makes everyone around him better.  Jordan was one of the better scorers we saw on the weekend leading his team to vicotory in the championship. He averaged 12.5 points and 6 rebs on the weekend and takes home MVP honors. 

Eli Sampson- 2025, PG of SSBA is a lead guard who can do it all when he's on the court. He plays hard on ever possession, makes his teammates better and loves playing defense. His leadership and scoring is what every coach wants in a player. 

Joshua Scott- 2025 PF of Team Fearless had a nice all around tournament. His ability to shoot the three point shot and rebound at a high level made him almost impossible to stop. He averaged 15 points and 11 rebs per game for the tournament. 

Garrett Spain- 2026 SG of the Lions is a versitale roll player who played well on both ends of the floor.  He proved he can make open shots and rebounds well on the defensive end. Averaging 5 points 5 rebounds and 5 assists, makes spain one of the more consistent players we saw on the weekend.

Tucker Hyatt- 2026, CF of SSBA is a glue guy who plays really hard on both ends of the floor. Cleaning the offensive glass, blocking shots and scoring at the rim are things he does well.  His height, length and athleticism made it almost impossible to stop once he got the ball in his hands.  He averaged a double doubel in 12 points 10 rebounds for the tourney.

Ty Traffanstedt- 2026, G of the Lightning had a solid overall performance in this past weekends Spring Grind Session.  He averaged 6 points 3 rebounds and 1 steal per game.  His ball handling skills and ability to finish around the rim is what stood out when you watch him play.

Taliq Saint- 2027, SG of SSBA had a solid all around perfomance on the weekend. He was scoring from all three levels, getting steals and finishing on the fast break.  He averaged 8 points for the tourney and led the team in fast break points. He is a great on ball defender and makes everyone around him better.

Colby McCloud- 2026 PF of the Lions is a big bodied forward who uses his body well in the paint.  He did most of his damage on the offensive glass averaging 5 points and 8 rebounds for the tourney. The more he plays the better he will become and confidence is something thats only going to make him better.


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