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Big Time Talent Comes in Small Packages at Super 6
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (10:57 PM CT, Fri July 27, 2012)
Top Performers from the Primetime Super 60 in New Orleans
Top Performers from the Primetime Super 60 in New Orleans
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

New Orleans, LA (Future150) -- The Primetime Super 60 is in New Orleans, LA this weekend and some of the top teams in the 2016, 2017 and 2018 classes are on display. Teams from all over the Southeast and Texas have come to prove they are the best in the country.  These teams are here to find out where they stand nationally before they head to AAU Nationals next month.  Three of the defending AAU National Champions are here competing.  Lets take a look at some of the top performers from Saturday's play.

Jeffrey Prophete-(2017-Lauderhill Lions) is a 6-foot-2 inch shooting guard might just be the top overall player in the class period.  He can take you off the dribble or take you to the post.  He has great size and athleticism for a player to be only 13 years old.  His greatest asset is his mid range game where he scores at will.  All I can say is "WOW".

Jazmond Ferguson-(2015-LA Leaders) A 6-foot-5 inch power forward who was probably the hardest playing player we saw all day.  He never gave up on a play and was relentless when rebounding the basketball. He showed a fundamental shot and can score from all 3 levels on the floor.  He has excellent athleticism and was blocking shots while catching the dunk of the day on a back door alley-oop.  Ferguson said, "I try to pattern my game after Kevin Garnett because he is long and I love watching him play".

Spencer Mays-(2018-Red Storm Elite) is a 5-foot-9 inch lanky player who can wear you out on the inside as well as the outside.  He showed a high-level skill set which ranged from excellent ball handling to court vision which you just dont see in players at this age.  He has long arms which helps him when rebounding.  His older brother is Stan Mays who made a name for himself over the past 2 years.

Romin Williams-(2017-Primetime Elite) is a 5-foot-6 inch point guard who makes the game look too easy.  He has excellent quickness which make him a terror on defense when guarding the ball.  He shoots the 3-ball well to go along with great court vision when getting his teammates involved on the break. Williams said, " I love watching Chris Paul play and hope to be like him".

Tevin Brewer-(2017-Arkansas Hawks) is a 5-foot point guard who just has a presence about him when the ball is in his hands.  He never seems rattled no matter the situation up or down in the game. "Mr.Calm" pretty much kept his team in the game all by himself against a Top 5 team in the country before falling in OT.

Kameron Kelson-(2018-Ascension Jags) is 6-foot-2 inch rebounding machine on both ends of the floor.  With this being Kelson's first year playing basketball, Coach Turner said "Kelson is a hard worker, has a ton of upside and is only going to get better".

Garland Robertson Jr.-(2018-SE Louisiana Warriors) is a 5-foot point guard who knows how to score the rock.  He shot multiple 3-pointers to go along with multiple assists in leading his team to the win. You can tell by the way he plays that he can carry his team to win by not even scoring.  Robertson is a great on ball defender that just knows how to win.


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Garland Robertson Sr. / Guest

He got game,The kid is a awesome team player that puts the G in the game,He is a prime example of “Its Not The Size of The Player But The Heart Inside of Him”. Keep up the good work Lil-G.

Posted: 12:21 AM UTC, Mon May 28, 2012
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skillset / Guest

Kendrick Summerour PG is the real deal!

Posted: 11:45 AM UTC, Wed May 30, 2012

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