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UAA Finals: Jahvon Quinerly Makes His Case
by Zachary Lyon, Future150 (6:57 AM CT, Thu July 14, 2016)
2018 PG Jahvon Quinerly shined Wednesday night.
2018 PG Jahvon Quinerly shined Wednesday night.
Zachary Lyon
Zachary Lyon:

Future150 Regional Analyst. Covering high and middle school basketball: NC, SC & VA

Cartersville, GA (Future150) -- Wednesday night kicked off the Under Armour Association Finals, check out who started off the weekend on a strong note:

Jahvon Quinerly, 2018 PG (SportsU): Quinerly continues to prove his status as an elite floor general in his class. The rising junior was shooting and dishing the ball extremely well on Wednesday night during a big win over Earl Watson Elite. After the game he was rewarded with another high major offer to his list, this one coming from Ohio State.

Miles Norris, 2018 PF (Earl Watson Elite): One of the brightest spots for Earl Watson Elite, Norris dominated in the paint hammering down a handful of thunderous dunks. What was even more impressive was his ability to put the ball on the floor and knock down the mid-range jumper, he even showed off a few nice turn around jump shots. If he can get that shot to fall consistently at his height, he will be an even bigger nightmare to guard.

Josiah James, 2019 CG (TMP): James was showing off his smooth scoring and ball-handling abilities on Wednesday night. Already standing at 6’5 he has elite size and length for the guard position and college coaches have noticed this as he already holds offers from Charleston, Charleston Southern, and Tennessee.

Zack Scott, 2018 PG (Florida Vipers): Scott is easily one of the best prospects in the state of Florida, and does such a fantastic job of leading a team. His scoring is always timely and he rarely takes a bad shot. He has really improved upon finishing through contact and was making Team Charlotte pay for letting him in the lane.

Khavon Moore, 2018 WG (Atlanta Xpress): Moore was on fire Wednesday night, knocking down jumper after jumper. The Future150 alum has ridiculous size on the wing and is very hard to contest when he’s shooting the ball well. He continues to prove he belongs among the elite prospects in his class. Already holding offers from the likes of Auburn, Florida State, Georgia, LSU, Oklahoma, and Wake Forest among others, it wouldn’t be surprising to see some blue blood schools start to chase him sooner rather than later.

Luther Muhammad, 2018 SG (SportsU): Just a few weeks after getting back on the court after an injury, Muhammad is back to his usual ways. He was playing tough on-ball defense, slashing the lane, and finishing around the rim well on offense. Maryland, Ohio State, and Oregon State are the latest schools to show interest in Muhammad, and his list looks poised to expand over the last half of the summer. 

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