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E.A.D. Elite Wins #DFWSpringShowcase 14U
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (12:53 PM CT, Wed March 28, 2018)
Future150 DFW Spring Showcase 14U Champs Team EAD Elite
Future150 DFW Spring Showcase 14U Champs Team EAD Elite
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Dallas, TX (Future150) -- Early on this AAU season it's looking like E.A.D. Elite will have one of the stronger 14U teams in the state of Texas, proving that in the Future150 DFW Spring Showcase last weekend. They breezed through the field of teams, coasting to a 61-47 title. Guards Dylan Glover and Nate Stafford scored 14 points and 11 points, respectively, to lead the team, which they did throughout the tournament. 

Future150 DFW Spring Showcase All-Tournament Team:

Nate Stafford, E.A.D. Elite (MVP)
Simar Singh, Texas Elite-Got Skills
Jason Thomason, Peak Pacers
Daeveon Scott, B.C. Running Rebels
Brandon Hardison, BYG Elite Black
D'Marion Collier, Dallas Showtyme
Dylan Glover, E.A.D. Elite

Future150 DFW Spring Showcase Honor Roll List:

Nate Stafford, 2022 PG, E.A.D. Elite: Though only 5'2", the electric point guard was named MVP of the tournament after putting together an entire weekend of sensational performances. Not only does he have fantastic court vision, but he is able to put up huge scoring outputs as well, using his speed and smarts to get to the rim at will, along with scoring from the perimeter.

D'Marion Collier, 2022 SF, Dallas Showtyme: The 5'11" wing prospect was one of the most dominant slashers and rebounders in the entire division. His athleticism is his calling card, and he uses it to his advantage every time he's on the floor. He routinely put up double-digit scoring games, and his game is developing nicely to this point.

Dylan Glover, 2022 SG, E.A.D. Elite: Playing with E.A.D. Elite for the weekend, the 6'2" scoring guard proved to be a piece worth holding onto for the talented squad. He's an unselfish guard who not only showed excellent vision and natural instincts, but he was able to score the basketball at will whenever he wanted to. His addition makes them a very dangerous team going forward. 

Justin Whitmore, 2022 Post, E.A.D. Elite: Arguably the best long term prospect in the division, the 6'5" forward showed some very nice moments at the Spring Showcase. While he's still growing into his body, there were several times that he made impressive moves on the low block, and played with a motor that ran hot at all times. We love what he can ultimately develop into. 

Jason Thomason, 2022 G, Peak Pacers: The 5'10" guard prospect showed off his natural scoring ability throughout the tournament, getting buckets on all three levels. The highlights of his tournament were matching 17 point performances, keeping his team in every game they played in. The next step in his development will be to add polish to his ball skills.

Daeveon Scott, 2022 PG, B.C. Running Rebels: A 5'8" point guard who keeps the ball on a string, he was one of the more fun prospects we evaluated in the division. He's lightning quick in the open floor, and plays with a flair on the court. He does a very good job of blending his scoring and distributing abilities. 

Brandon Hardison, 2022 PG, BYG Elite Black: One of the most explosive scorers in the field, he was the leader of his team, both verbally and statistically. Throughout the Future150 DFW Spring Showcase, he showed his ability, stringing together outputs of 26, 24, 17 and 11 point totals, giving him one of the most impressive averages in the gym. 

Elijah Pullen, 2022 G, DC Kings-Waco: A 5'10" guard prospect, he was solid throughout the weekend for his team. His versatility was a huge factor for him in standing out in front of staff. He could score, distribute, rebound and defend, which made us really like his overall ability on the court. 

Braeden Jordan, 2022 G, Texas Elite-Got Skills: A 5'10" point guard, he checks all the boxes in terms of a 'prospect' going forward. He already has nice size, a good feel for the game, and understands how to pick his spots between scoring and distributing the basketball. Overall, an impressive weekend from him. 

Cobye Baldwin, 2022 F, Apex Elite: Already 6'2" and athletic, the forward prospect has a bright future ahead of him. He shows excellent rebounding ability for a youngster, and had some nice moments when it came to scoring the ball as well. Expect him to continue to develop his offensive skills throughout the 2018 season. We're keeping an eye on him.


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