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Memorial Day Finished Strong at Super 60
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (10:59 PM CT, Fri July 27, 2012)
2016 Dunk Dog Elite Scoring Trio took home the championship
2016 Dunk Dog Elite Scoring Trio took home the championship
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

New Orleans, LA (Future150) -- The Primetime Super 60 in New Orleans came to a close on Memorial Day and teams were looking to take home the championship. In the 14U division, Dunk Dog Elite beat Team Penny 57-49 in a game that featured some of the top players in the country.  Thon Maker, Khalea Turner, Adrian Moore for Dunk Dog and Josh Langford for Team Penny, all of which put on a show.

The 13U division was headlined by Primetime Elite beating out the Memphis WarEagles 50-47 in a slug fest.  Tyler Harris, Blake Williams and Chase Hayden did work for the WarEagles while Romin Williams and DeShawn Wright held it down for the Primetime Elite.  These were clearly two of the top teams in the country and we look forward to seeing them play again at the AAU Nationals.

The 12U division championship featured the Rytes Warriors versus the CG Wolves with the Warriors squeaking out a victory 40-38 in a low scoring affair.  The Rytes Warriors were led by Tyler Rogers and Eden Holt while the Wolves were paced by their dominant big man in the paint, Courtney Douglas. This game was just a preview of what's ahead next month at AAU nationals.

Thon Maker-(2016-Dunk Dog Elite) The 7-foot center was pretty much the best player playing in the Super 60 tournament. His length on both ends of the floor pretty much controlled the game from start to finish. He showed a nice touch around the basket to go along with some elite ball-handling skills for a player his size.  Maker is the real deal and clearly the top player in the class.

Tyler Harris-(2017-Memphis WarEagles) The 5-foot-4 inch point guard is hell on wheels in the open court.  He scores with ease in transition and loves to guard the best player on the floor from the other team.  He showed a nice all-around game and has great court awareness. You can definitely tell he knows how to play the game the right way, a basketball coach, has taught him well.

Adrian Moore-(2016-Dunk Dog Elite) The 6-foot-4 inch shooting guard is an elite athlete who knows how to finish at the rim. He had some of the top dunks in the entire tournament.  He's a highlight waiting to happen. He showed that he can score on all 3 levels and is a solid defender as well.  Moore is already hearing from Kansas, Arkansas, Baylor, Florida and Arizona.

Courtney Douglas-(2018-CG Wolves) The 5-foot-11 inch power forward was a beast on both ends of the floor all weekend long.  He had a double-double in every game he played. He plays with a ton of energy and loves to crash the offensive glass.

Khalea Turner-(2016-Dunk Dog Elite) The 6-foot-8 inch power forward in some circles has been mentioned as the best player in the country, and now we see why. He is man among boys on both ends of the floor.  He can score with his back to basket as well face you up and shoot over you. He has a good motor and runs the floor extremely well for player his size.

Jalen Brooks-(2018-Sports U) The 5-foot point guard is a smooth lefty who can score in a variety of ways.  He has a nice floater he uses over taller players, shoots the 3-ball well and loves to get out in transition after a steal. You can tell he knows how to play the game, because he looks comfortable and calm at all times.

Josh Langford-(2016-Team Penny) The 6-foot-4 inch shooting guard has definitely proven he is one of the top five players in the country.  He continues to impress by getting to the rim and finishing through contact.  His 3-point shot has gotten a lot better and his overall aggression is making him pretty much unstoppable.

Noah Thomas-(2018-Rytes Warriors) The 5-foot-6 inch sharp- shooter showed a mid range jumper beyond his years.  He played with high motor and never gave up on a play. He might have been the most fundamental player we saw in his age group. As he gets stronger, the fundamental jump shot will get more deadly.

DeShawn Wright-(2017-Primetime Elite) The 5-foot-7 inch spark plug is the Primetime Elite engine, and boy does it fire bright.  He is a tenacious defender and plays with energy that was just unmatched all weekend long.  He can score on all 3 levels and makes all his teammates better, due to his play being infectious.



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abovedaariment / Guest

Malik Crowfield led all scorers in the 14u championship…. WOW

Posted: 1:58 PM UTC, Sat June 2, 2012
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abovedaariment / Guest

Well Langford wit wit 20pts.. Crowfield wit 17pts

Posted: 2:00 PM UTC, Sat June 2, 2012
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tru b ball fan / Guest

the south going to be off the chain for the class of 2016 and 2017 hopefully the s.e.c schools can lock them in so basketball can become a power like football and baseball

Posted: 3:45 AM UTC, Sat June 9, 2012

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