16U SEC Division

Evan Dreux (Charlotte Court)
Lead his team to championship with his ability to shoot the ball, making numerous big shots in the semi-final and finals. Showed the ability to make plays and set up teammates for easy scoring opportunities. Also had a great assist to turnover ratio all weekend.

All Tournament Team:

Star Ifeacho (Charlotte Court)
Under size forward that battles and rebounds extremely well. He is the glue guy for Charlotte Court, loves to mix it up, and makes all the winning plays.

Deonte Edmonds (Charlotte Court)
A slashing wing that can score at all three levels and rebounds well from the guard position. One of the main reason Charlotte Court won the SCE division.

AJ McKee (Sports Group)
Athletic combo guard with a nice outside stroke. Probably the most competitive kid in the division and lock up type of defender.

Noah Allen (Sports Group)
A pure point guard who is crafty with the ball and a marksman from three point range. Once he learns to not gamble so often on defense, his game will elevate to the next level. The back court of Allen and McKee was the most promising in the division.

Jadakiss Wright (Aiken Select)
Flat out scorer. Let the division in scoring with 21 points per game and shoot the cover off the ball.

Ja’Quan Hemphill (EA Prep)
An excellent slashing wing who rebounds at a high-level and is a complete mismatch type of player. Bodies smaller guards down low while bigger forwards can’t keep up with him on the perimeter.

Ja’Quese Hemphill (EA Prep)
A pure point guard who does an excellent job getting teammates involved. Whether it’s draining threes or crafty finishes at the room, he can score the ball. Once he learns to be more vocal and more of a leader on the court, he will be a player that college coaches will need to start looking at.

Mike Collins (YKD Kings)
Probably the quickest player in the division, who scored the ball at a high-level. Although short, he has a nice frame and was an ox with the ball. Has a very tight handle. No disrespect, but I would like to see what he can do with some more talent around him. Really good ball player.

Sherod Sidbury (WBE Elite)
As a combo guard, he has a college ready frame and athleticism to go with it. With continued skilled development he has a chance to be special.

Rodjrick Alexander (EA Prep)
Can shoot the ball at a high level and his teams best defender. Very active on the defensive side of the ball, getting multiple steals and deflections. Probably the most coachable kid and takes constructive criticism well. He was receptive to coaching and never had bad body language. Needs to work on his ball handling as he got loose with the ball several times.