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Future150 Final Four Championship Recap: 13U
by Brian Flinn, Future150 (11:54 AM CT, Fri July 29, 2016)
Super Stars Elite took home the 13U crown
Super Stars Elite took home the 13U crown
Brian Flinn
Brian Flinn:

Future150 National Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Houston, TX (Future150) -- The inaugural Future150 Final Four Weekend tournament kicked off this weekend, with a number of talented prospects playing their way onto the radar. 

The 13U division showcased a number of players who will be certainly be ones to keep an eye on moving forward, but one team in particular dominated the weekend. 

The final was a dramatic one. Super Stars Elite edged out the New Orleans Rising Stars, 38-37 on Sunday morning to capture the crown. No one performed better than big man Reuben "Deuce" Fatheree this weekend. At 6-foot-7, 260 pounds, the 2021 big man has a bright future as well. He helped lead his team this weekend thanks to his low post scoring and rebounding. 

Quite a few others played well this weekend and onto the nation radar. Here are a few that Future150 will be keeping tabs on after this weekend:

Dante Shepard, 2021 CF, Urban Kings: Shepard was counted on to play defense in the post, but projects as a wing. He rebounded the ball at a high rate and did a good job of slashing to the rim. His high motor allowed him to stand out. 

Jalen Duncan, 2021 CF, Elevation Sports-Red:  Duncan did a good job of scoring the ball, as well as create shots for both his teammates and himself. He can get to the rim and has a high basketball IQ as well.

Nehemiah Ratliff, 2021 PG, Texas Jazz: Terrell was a terror when he got into the lane all weekend. His speed and vision allowed him not only to score, but to create open opportunities for his teammates as well. 

Neamon Johnson, 2021 PG, Garland Dream Team: Johnson has a nose for the ball and got a ton of steals and deflections because of it. He also did a good job of running the offense and showed that he can create and has a good feel for the game.

Rhett Evans, 2021 SG, Texas Inferno: Evans put himself on the map with his three point shooting ability this weekend. He also got to the rim fairly consistently. 

Tyrin Goudeaux, 2021 PG, Elevation Sports-Gray:  Goudeaux is a speedy lead guard who looked to get his teammates involved before he looked for his own shot. He could also get to the rim at times, and handled the ball very well. 

Ernest Roberts, 2021 CF, Louisiana Rockets: Roberts is a strong bodied post player who is a great offensive rebounder. He can also pass pretty well for a big man and was able to finish through contact throughout the weekend. 

Alex May, 2021 SG, Total Package: May is a tanlented guard who is very good defensively and gets a lot of turnovers. He scored in transition a lot this past weekend and was able to get to the rim. 

Jordan Boston, 2021 SG, New Orleans Rising Stars: Boston has really improved his perimeter game over the past year and now tracks as shooting guard or small forward. He did a very good job of scoring the ball this weekend, without sacrificing any of his effort that first made him stand out. 


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