You are not logged in:     Login
future150 facebook future150 twitter
Get Exposure  /  F150 Report  GET SOCIAL:
Primetime Sports Nationals 13U: Thursday Recap
by Jason Pratt, Future150 (12:33 AM CT, Fri July 25, 2014)
Primetime Sports Nationals 7th Grade Standouts.
Primetime Sports Nationals 7th Grade Standouts.
Jason Pratt
Jason Pratt:

Future150 Senior Recruiting Analyst. Covering high school basketball nationally.

Dallas, TX (Future150) -- Jr.Future150 was out in full force looking for some of the top young talent in the Southwest at the 2014 Primetime Sports Nationals in Dallas, Texas. We stopped by the 7th grade division and here is a list of the players that stood out:

Aidan Walsh-(2019- Houston Xtreme) is a combo guard who can play either position effectively. He knocked down threes, got out on the break and finished and also got his teammates involved. He has a quick release and once he gets it off, it has a good chance of going in.

Davion Harmon-(2019- TX Express) was a pleasant surprise. We heard a lot about him, and he was all that and more. He's a strong, athletic wing that finishes well in traffic with contact. Harmon uses his athleticism to be a reliable rebounder from the wing position as well. He's a glue guy, exactly the type of guy you need to win championships.

Delor Johnson-(2019-Cypress Mustangs) was a shining star on the team today. Even though they came up short, he showed the ability to get to the rim and finish time after time. He used his height, quickness to the rim, strength and athleticism to finish when he got there.

Stevie Young-(2019-Arkansas Wizards) All 6-foot-2, 200 pounds of him came to play today. He moves very well at that size and has a soft touch. He rebounded the ball well and used his frame to score with contact. 

Keshawn James-(2019-Louisiana Lightning) is an athletic guard who's very physical. He uses his quickness on defense and turns it into easy scoring opportunities. Keshawn also showed the ability to finish very well in traffic.

Kentrell Duncan-(2019-Louisiana Lightning) is a speedy guard who pesters opponents with his defense. Kentrell loves to get out in transition where he showed he can finish very well with contact. 

Thomas Gordon-(2019-TNBA) is a physical forward with a high basketball IQ. He rebounds the ball very well and uses a fundamental skill set to beat opponents on the block. Thomas also showed the ability to start the break and looked good pushing the ball in transition.

Timmy Obe-(2019-TNBA) was one of the more unique prospects we saw today. At 6-feet he has a nice handle and feel for the game.  He has a nice mid-range game that he uses to shoot over smaller defenders. Timmy doesn't waste any dribbles and is very good at finding teammates in transition.

Brennan Jackson-(2019-TNBA) is a very shifty guard who has elite handle and uses it to create space to get shots off. He can shoot the ball very well out to three point range and he has a very quick release.

Zay Shankle-(2020-Pack Elite) was one of the most exciting players we saw today. He scored in every way possible and did it all day long. He ended the game with 24 points and a number of assists. The 2020 guard played with the 2019 group and not only played, but he showed he belonged.


Be the first to post. Just use the form below.

Add a comment...

There are currently no Future150 Camps available.