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Texas Elite Dominant in 15U #DFWSpringShowase Title Run
by Eric Hampford, Future150 (11:49 AM CT, Wed March 28, 2018)
Future150 DFW Spring Showcase 15U Champs- Texas Elite
Future150 DFW Spring Showcase 15U Champs- Texas Elite
Eric Hampford
Eric Hampford:

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

Dallas, TX (Future150) -- Texas Elite put on a dominating performance over the weekend at the 2018 Future150 DFW Spring Showcase, going 5-0 and winning the tournament championship. Their average margin with each win was 33 points, and they ultimately beat the DC Kings-Waco 71-59 in the championship game, with 6'4" wing Donta Coady winning tournament MVP honors.

Future150 DFW Spring Showcase All-Tournament Team:

Donta Coady, Texas Elite
Jaylon Frazier-Collins, DC Kings-Waco
Jace Washington, Apex Elite
Trendon Stewart, K-Town Bulls

Jordan Roberts, Texas Elite
Calaway Dykes, Apex Elite

Future150 DFW Spring Showcase Honor Roll List:

Donta Coady, 2021 SF, Texas Elite: The MVP of the division, the 6'4" wing prospect continues to see his stock rise this spring. He was not only impressive several weeks ago at our Future150 Junior All-Southwest Camp, but he absolutely dominated our Spring Showcase. He's a bouncy athlete who knows how to score with the best of them. If he continues to improve his jumper and ball skills, watch out!

Jaylon Frazier-Collins, 2021 G, DC Kings-Waco: A 6-foot combo guard, he's as smooth a prospect that we found in the division. When he's asked to run the point guard spot, he's able to with ease. When you need baskets on offense, he can get it done from beyond the three-point line, or when getting to the rim. He's also a slick ball-handler who knows how to work in tight spaces.

Jordan Roberts, 2021 SG, Texas Elite: The 6'2" shooting guard was an impressive scorer during his time in the tournament, helping to lead his team to a title. He's particularly impressive off the bounce, showing that he can get to the rim whenever he wants. He gets to the foul line at a high rate, where he can convert opportunities and turn them into easy points. 

Jace Washington, 2021 SF, Apex Elite: A walking double-double at 6'3", he was the physical enforcer for his team in Dallas. Since viewing him last spring, he's added a perimeter jumper to his arsenal, which makes him more dangerous as a prospect. All in all, it was a very good weekend for the forward, who is going to be a very good high school player.

Trendon Stewart, 2021 SG, K-Town Bulls: When it comes to big time scorers in the division, the 5'10" guard is near the top of the list. His ability to get it done on all three levels is impressive. His most impressive game of the weekend was a 35 point explosion where he showed that he can take over a game when he's on top of his game. He's also a physical defender who rebounds well. 

Calaway Dykes, 2021 SG, Apex Elite: One of the best shooters in the entire tournament was the 5'11" guard prospect. Throughout the weekend, he filled the stat sheet, thanks to his long range bombs and crafty scoring ability around the rim. Highlighted point totals of his included 25, 20 and 17. 

Jackson Sabey, 2021 PG, BYG Elite: A shifty playmaker at 5'9", the point guard prospect has a very fun playing style. He knows how to navigate tight spaces in crowded defenses, and understands when he should take the shot or get his teammates touches. When he gets hot from the perimeter, he can be a very tough kid to stop on the offensive end. 

Jason Thirdkill Jr., 2021 SF, Peak Pacers: The best days of basketball are well ahead of this long and lanky 6'3" wing prospect. While he certainly needs to add strength to his frame, he showed flashes of scoring ability from multiple levels over the weekend. He's a talented kid who is just beginning to realize how much potential he has. 

Xavian Thomas, 2021 SF, New Era: An athletic high-motored 6'1" small forward, he was one of the most active prospects in the division over the weekend. He controlled the boards for his team, and showed nice scoring ability around the rim. While he isn't the most skilled prospect, he gives 110% every time he touches the floor. 

Elijah McBath, 2021 G, DC Kings: A 5'10" combo guard, he's an interesting prospect. His thick frame contradicts his open floor speed and quick first step. He's a talented scorer who can get hot from the perimeter but he's at his best when using his body to get to the rim, where he's talented when finishing against contact. 


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