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Team Carroll Premier HSV Takes Home 15U Gold Title.
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (5:16 PM CT, Thu May 10, 2018)
Team Carroll Premier North takes home 15U Gold Championship
Team Carroll Premier North takes home 15U Gold Championship
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Birmingham, AL (Future150) -- The Future150 Birmingham Main Event was back for the 11th straight year and took place at the new Finley Center in Hoover, Alabama. The overall atmosphere was charged with energy  and the competition was fierce as the 15U division squared off over the weekend.

Team Carroll Premier HSV faced JSI Select in the Gold Bracket Championship Game. Team Carroll pulled off a 55-42 win behind an impressive performance from Power Forward Trinity Bell who had 14 points and 9 Rebounds. Point Guard Damarcus Thompson who had 11 points & 7 assists lead Team Carroll to victory. JSI Select was paced by JoJo James who knocked down a number of threes in the loss. 

The Silver Bracket Championship Game was between LA Kings and Metro Storm. The hard fought contest went into overtime with the LA Kings winning 82-77. The Kings were lead by Ronnie Patten who scored 17 points while Maceo Clegett who also had an impressive score of 18 points in the loss.

In the Bronze Bracket Championship Game Team TNBC Elite fought for a victory of 62-49 over the Bama Sonics. Justin Borders was unstoppable leading his team to victory behind a 34 point outburst. Bama Sonics wing Russ Marr also had an impressive showing, scoring 18 in the loss.

15U Division MVP: PF Trinity Bell (Team Carroll Premier HSV)

First Team All Tournament:

C Tyler Peel (Tennessee Future)
SG Justin Borders (TNBC Elite)
PG Damarcus Thompson (Team Carroll Premier HSV)
SF Ceione Raeaves (Team Carroll Premier HSV)
SG Ronnie Patton (LA Kings)

Second Team All Tournament:

G Jack Brown (Tennessee Fury)
PF Tommy Sweat (Knoxville Free Agents)
F Marqueze Reeves (Wolverines Basketball)
SF Russ Marr (Bama Sonics)
PG Trent Brown (Metro Storm)

Here are the rest of our top performing atheletes in the 15U Division this weekend. 

Noah Young2021 SF, (JSI Elite) Young is a long and lanky wing with very good fundamentals. His feel for the game is advanced for a young wing and it's clear the he can be a scorer thanks to his textbook looking jumper. He plays hard on every possession and seems to make all the right plays. Fundamentals and attention to details will only help his game grow. The future is bright for him.

Cieone Reeves- 2021 SF, (Team Carroll Premier HSV) Reeves is an elite athlete who plays above the rim and guard multiple positions. A big time slasher, Reeves also doubled as a shoot blocker thanks to his explosiveness. When you watch him play its easy to see why he is considered one of the top prospects in the state of Alabama.

Russ Marr- 2021 SF, (Bama Sonics) Marr is long, lanky and a superb athlete at the wing position. He moves well withoutt the ball and understands how to use screens to get open. If left open he can knock down the mid-range as well as tthee pointers. Marr also showed he can slash to the rim and be an effective defender. AS he will get stronger, his stock will begin to take off. 

Justin Borders- 2021 PG (TNBC Elite) Borders might be an undersized pointguard but his speed, agility and quickness more than make up for that fact. He has a great first step and seemingly keeps the ball is on a string. His change of pace and lateral quickness makes him almost unguardable. In addition, he is a tremendous on ball defender and playmaker. Scoring 34 points in the silver championship game showed not only his abilities but also his love of competition. 

Josh Maston- 2021 F, (SOS Warriors) Maston is a high volume shooting guard who can get hot quickly if left open. He loves attacking from the wing and on the fast break. He was a crafty finisher and one of the best slashers this past weekend. If you are a coach you gotta love how hard he plays when he is on the floor.

Camryn Williams- 2021 SF, (Alabama Cavs) Williams is a 6'2" wing player with a ton of skill in his game.  He loves to slash in both the half and full court.  He showed good athleticism when finishing at the rim and was strong enough to take contact while doing so.  The one dribble and two dribble pull up was one of the things he did well. Coaches will take notice as this wing to takes the next step and continues to grow his game.

J'Quan Broxson- 2021 SF, (Wiregrass Elite) Broxson is an active player who reboundsl at a high level on both ends of the floor. He scored most of his points on put-backs. He isn't that vocal just yet, but has started to round into quite the competitior, as he had 18 points and 12 rebounds in a pool play game. 

Jack Brown- 2021 G, (Tennessee Fury) Brown is a fundamental player who showed good shot mechanics and a high basketball IQ. He did most of his scoring from behind the arc, where he knocked down 5 threes in a game. He has good ball handling, a feel for the game and showed superb half court vision. Getting stronger and working on his lateral quickness is only going to help his game improve over time.

Trent Brown- 2021 PG, (Metro Storm) Brown is a lead gaurd who is extremely quick, shifty and has elite ball handling skills. His change of pace allows him to create opportunities for his teammates. His passing is advanced for a young guard and while he likes to get his teammates involved rather than score, he can knock down shots when left open. 

Trinity Bell- 2021 PF, (Team Carroll Premiere HSV) Bell is currently ranked the #1 Player in the State of Alabama's 2021 Class and certainly backed that up this past weekend. He rebounds and scores at a high rate and continues to improve his face-up game as well. As he continues to expand his range, he will only become more dangerous. 

Tommy Sweat- 2021 PF, (Knoxvville Free Agents) Sweat is a fundamental player who plays not only with his body but also his mind, doing all the small things. He is a tenacious rebounder and does damage on the offensive class. Sweat is a physical power forward who outworked a number of opponents, while also serving as a leader for his teammates. 

Bobby Westbrooks- 2021 CG, (Memphis Jayhawks) Westbrooks is a good athlete and one of the better finishers we saw over the weekend. He had a good first step and not only loves to get to the rim. He can be a scorer, but he was truly at his best when getting his teammates involved and running the offense.

Alvin Hill2021 PG, (JSI Select) Hill is a lead guard who showed great court vision and may have been the best passer in any age group.. His ball handling skills, quickness and speed makes him almost impossible to stop off the dribble. His body control and craftiness around the rim allow him to absorb contact while still making a strong finish.

Ronnie Patten- 2021 G, (LA Kings) Patten showed great ball handing skills and a change of pace. He loves to get out in the open floor and downhill on his defender. He can score on all three levels and has a nice floater. As he addds strength to his frame look for his game to take the next step. He scored 17 points in the championship game leading his team to victory in the Silver Bracket.

Marqueze Reeves- 2021 F, (Wolverines Basketball) Reeves is a forward who does alot of his damage inside the paint. He makes his living off of offensive and defensive rebounds. Occasionally he can stretch the floor out past the three point line. Overall he was one of the best leaders this weekend and takes his game to another level when the offense runs through him.

Melique Hambrick- 2021 PG, (Chattanooga Elite Grey) Hambrick is the type of guard every coach wants on his team, not only is he a leader but is also a superb scorer. When the ball is in his hands he makes everyone around him better. His speed, agility and elite ball skills enables him to make plays for not only himself but for his teammates as well. Hambrick is also a more than capable shooter as well. 

Tolando McCoy- 2021 G, (Tuscaloosa Onyx) McCoy is a scoring guard who averaged double figures over tthe weekend. His ability to get to the rim and know down the mid-range jumper is what made him stand out. His speed and quickness allow him to be an excellent on-ball defender. As his strength increases and his Basketball IQ grows and matures, so will his game. 

Jeremiah McNail- 2021 PG (Gulf Coast All-Stars) McNail is a lead guard who plays with speed, finesse, and great court vision. He also likes to score on the fast break and got to the FT line a good amount. His speed allows him to break down defenders and create for others. His high motor and slashing ability plus his versatility allowed him to stand out in this tournament. As he adds strength to his frame look for him to take his game to the next level. He averaged 10 points and 4 assists per game this weekend.

Payton Allen2021 SG, (Auburn Raptors) Allen is one of the better shooters we saw during this weekend. He was one of the only players who made three 3's or more in every game he played in. Moving without the ball, understanding how to use screens, and his shot mechanics are three traits that will continue to make him tough to guard. He averaged 15 points over the weekend.

Tyler Peel- 2021 C, (Tennesse Future) Peel was a monster on the boards all weekend long on both ends of the floor. he does most of his scoring in the paint and occasionally can and will step out and knock down the mid-range jumper. at 6-foot-5, he has the body and the frame to absorb contact when attacking the basket. He averaged a double double over the weekend. His 32 point performance versus the LA Kings landed him on the 1st All Tournament Team.

Rashard Jones2021 CF, (Georgia Royals) Jones is a 6-foot-3 combo forward who can play both forward positions. He has a power game which allows him to score in the paint mainly off of offensive rebounds and attacks on the break. His athletiscism allows him to guard multiple positions on the defensive end. He averaged 15 points and 9 rebounds per game during tournament play this weekend.

Kylan Bradley- 2021 SG, (EAYO Lions) Bradley is an efficient guard who can score on multiple levels. He has good quickness, end-to-end speed, and showed a nice slashing ability to the rim. If left him open he can knock down the 3 ball with consistency. Bradley averaged 8 points for the tournement with 2 assists. He plays with heart and determination. 

Jordan Reed- 2021 SF, (Alabama Cavs) Reed is a wing player who likes to score in transition and plays with an attacking style. He moves well about the ball which allows him the ability to get open for the 3 point shot again and again. He is a big wing witha. high-motor and good athleticism who should be tracked moving forward. He averaged 11 points and 5 rebounds per game during this tournament. 


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