6’1, 2019, Demetrius Martin (Sharpshooters Elite)

Martin joined the Sharpshooters from the Upward Stars program and the high flyer has added consistency from behind the arc.

In the final game on court two Martin exploded for a tough 16 points to lead his side, which included four field goals from beyond the arc. Martin looked comfortable shooting off the dribble, his pull up is smooth and fluid, in the open floor Martin gave defenders problems with his lateral quickness, the kid is a blur with the rock and Martin will absorb contact. Martin utilizes his athletic ability on the boards as well, there is an unselfish demeanor about Martin’s game he will get his, but Martin also wants to create for others.

Currently Martin is insanely under recruited he holds interest from Randolph Macon and Lander University.

6’5, 2018, Jeremiah Keith (Sharpshooters Elite)

Strong forward with a game as physical as he’s built, Keith gets to the cup with absolute ease and is capable of finishing with either hand.

Keith is a new addition to the Sharpshooters as well and it didn’t take long for the 6’5 wing to get adjusted. Keith impressed with the versatility, the Sharpshooters staff moved him around a lot, Keith played down low for a thin front court when needed, he was strong on the block and competed for boards routinely. Keith is somewhat of a mismatch problem because he can muscle through smaller wings, and he blows by bigger slower defenders on the wing. Keith is long and when fully extended he gives rim protectors trouble.

6’0, 2019, Collin Lewis (Team Stacked)

Lewis was a major bright spot for Team Stacked he had the shooting stroke on full display from all over the floor.

Lewis got started lighting up the defense from deep, the quick trigger lefty doesn’t need much room, and Lewis only needs to see one go in. Lewis has a tight handle and he thrives with the rock in his hands, Lewis kept defenders off balance and converted some tough looks into big buckets. Lewis has the type of jumper that looks like a make every time down, he plays with confidence and has a short memory two things a shooter must have. Lewis won’t shy from penetrating the lane either, if the D is smothering the ball Lewis will get to the cup.

6’3, 2019, Tate Johnson (Pro Skills- Wade)

Johnson had a quite the guard duel with Lewis and PSB Wade took the win in impressive fashion.

Johnson was truly a difference maker; his scoring provided a spark plug that eventually changed the momentum of this game. Johnson is a sniper from deep and he understands floor spacing so well, he’s never stagnant and Johnson will run his man ragged on the perimeter, Johnson is also a sneaky slasher he caught the defensive sleeping on several backdoor cuts. Defensively Johnson is smart he’s a scrappy defender and he won’t take gambles or blow assignments.