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Tennessee State AAU: Top Performers
by Andrew Force, Future150 (12:39 PM CT, Tue May 19, 2015)
Kyree Elder seeking his first D1 offer
Kyree Elder seeking his first D1 offer
Andrew Force
Andrew Force:

Future150 National Analyst. Covering High and Middle School basketball.

Franklin, TN (Future150) -- Over the weekend Tennessee crowned AAU Champions.  Camron Johnson was spectacular.  The Class of 2018 point guard will eventually be able to choose between college football and college baskteball.  He probably could be a college baseball player or tennis or anything else he wanted to try.

Johnson is so quick with his feet.  Many defenders have tried to check him, but his dash consistently blows by guards.

Johnson was unable to lift his temporary team to the title.  A narrow defeat to a wonderful 15u Team Penny squad conveys how tremendous Johnson played all weekend.

17u Champions Tennessee Tigers

16u Champions 901 Elite

15u Champions Team Penny

These are some of the top performers:

Austin Douglas, 2016 G, Tennessee Panthers: Relentless.  Players like Douglas are easy to cheer for because they never quit.  Every loose rebound is his.  He will not pause or assume anything.  Douglas can shoot from the perimeter or dash to the tin.  Toughness is ingrained in Douglas.

Kyree Elder, 2016 PG, Tennessee Panthers: Elder is a powerful point guard.  His game translates well to college because of his poise, strength, and handle.  According to Elder he has interest from Idaho State, Liberty, Tennessee Tech, Chattanooga, Middle Tennessee, UAB, and Eastern Washington. 

Ross Cummings, 2016 SG, Tennessee Tigers: Because he plays basketball outside a major market, Cummings is only moderately known.  That a player with his explosive scoring ability is not being more heavily recruited is a shame.  Cummings can score off the catch or with one or two dribbles preceding a blindingly quick pull. 

Matthew Norl, 2016 SF, Tennessee Tigers: Norl's older brother plays for Eastern Kentucky University.  Matthew is kind of man between positions.  Exceedingly strong, Norl can rebound or defend high school pivots.  Unfortunately, Norl will be asked to hover around the arc after high school.  He might be able to play outside.  Regardless Norl competes for his teammates and doesn't ever demand touches. 

Jarrell Reeves, 2016 WG, Tennessee Tigers: Reeves was the breakout performer of the 17u division.  A fantastic leaper, Reeves might just grow into a potent slasher.  He also enjoys hunting the offensive rebounds.  Reeves is an interesting prospect with introductory interest from Tennessee Tech.

T.J. Moss, 2018 SG, Team Penny: Moss climbed to #50 in the latest rankings.  Moss is a fantastic shooter with thin, spry legs.  Down the road he will need to add muscle.  For now he is just a great basketball player.  No need to complain.

Alex Lomax, 2018 PG, Team Penny: Lomax is now a familiar face for Future150.  In fact, Lomax made his debut last week at #143 in the nation.  Sturdy and poised Lomax wins basketball games at an alarming rate.  Whether it be his high school team or his AAU team, Lomax can claim higher than an 85% winning percentage in 2014-2015.


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