2021 Joshua Mosley

There’s a lot to be said for consistency. Especially when you have a point guard that doesn’t turn the ball over consistently, that doesn’t make mental mistakes consistently, and leads by example consistent with his play and his attitude. Well if you’re looking for one look no farther than Juice All-Stars, #1 Joshua Mosley, the 5’7, class of 2021 had 10 points and 10 assists today at Landrum High School against LMR Basketball Academy. He did not lead his team to victory. But as a floor general, his poise and consistency is unmatched. We often watch a basketball game. And somehow, we don’t see it played. What the bot scores won’t show you is hustle team and game management. The things every coach looks for in a point guard. Joshua is a quick on-ball defender who can keep the ball in front of him. Joshua has good lateral movement and fast hands. He gets the 50-50 balls. And does a lot of other things that you want to see in the box scores. For that, he makes Coach Mills prime time performance list.

2021 Jamais Werts/ Corie Addo

VA Havoc 16u opened up with down to the wire win last night. 56-54 Over Florence international basketball 16U. A back-and-forth defensive struggle with no team able to put a stamp on the game or even obtain a double-digit lead. In the end, it was Co-MVP’s #8 Jamais Werts 6’5 class of 2021. West’s had 15 points, 10 rebounds, and 2 stills. He was joined by teammate #3 Corie Addo. The 5’11 playmaker also had A double-double with 15 points, 10 assists and 5 rebounds. The two combined with 30 of the teams 56 points. And made a play whenever they needed a play on both ends defensively and offensively. Going forward this combination is one to keep an eye on. As they played outstanding off one another. In pick and roll situations, and in transition finding each other on the move. A combination that just may take them to the championship game on Sunday.

Athletes, I say that again athletes!! That is what Team Fly’s 16U consist of. They are reminiscing of the University of Arkansas teams coached by Nolan Richardson; 40 minutes of hell. Led by a game MVP # 35 Fred Brown a 5’10 Power forward. With the ability to create his own shot score in traffic tremendous upper and lower body strength, deceptively quick and amazingly strong. 14 points and 14 rebounds.  Brown has a good type handle for his position. See the floor extremely well. And he is the lead wolf and a pack of wolves who smell blood and eat.  Team fly brings consistent pressure with an array of different presses. A team full of extremely talented and athletic basketball players they are long fast and aggressive!!

#23 Macari Allison, #11 Nick Colson, #6 Javon Smith, and a multitude of talent make this team a contender in every game.  Swarming defense aggressive rebounding. And a never quit attitude, makes this team is someone you just don’t want to see morning, afternoon or night.  Coaches who are recruiting and looking for players who love to play and know how to play up-tempo pressure trap and run Basketball. Take a look at this team.

Will Heyward 6’ 0 swingman. 10th grade/ Cuthbertson Highschool Union County, NC.

Led his team to a. 67- 62 victory over the upward stars with 10 points, 6 assists, and 5 rebounds.

Jamarien Dalton 6’2 10th-grade point guard/ North Davidson

Lead his team to a 71 – 38 victory.  Jamarien had 13 points, 7 assists, and two rebounds.

#50 Hayden Humphreys 6’ 5 Center class of 2022 JH Rose High School.

Hayden our powered the opposing team. 19 point, 20 rebounds, and 5 block shots.  A big man with good hands.  Very quick feet and even quicker second keep that kept him on the boards outrebounding his opponents.  Hayden Run the four well and is a good outlet passer. One of the most impressive big men we have seen in this tournament.